Artworks priced under $500 at gallery

Red Art Gallery hosts sale of pieces priced under $500

Art is the gift that doesn’t break, wilt, expire, go out of fashion or require batteries, say the folks at Red Art Gallery.

Until Dec. 24 you can check out the gallery’s 500 Show. More than 75 works of art priced at $500 or less are available during the event. Works from local artists Carolyn Kowalyk, Glen Melville, Catherine Fields, Elizabeth Litton, Genevieve Pfeiffer, Eleanor Lowden Pidgeon, Lorraine Thorarinson Betts, Carollyne Yardley, Galen Davison, Lucy Schappy, Dennis Shields, Leonard Butt and Marion Evamy are included.

For more information go to www.redartgallery.ca or call 250-881-0462. The gallery is at 2033 Oak Bay Ave.

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