Art sale continues

Gallery 223 hosts an exhibition and sale of works by artists under the age of 31

Gallery 223 hosts an exhibition and sale of works by artists under the age of 31.

Until Thursday (Dec. 15), a group of 14 artists will have their work on display at the Commercial Street gallery.

The artists work in a variety of mediums, from photography and mixed media to watercolour and acrylic paint.

The gallery’s website also features a selection of artwork, some starting at less than $20. For more information, please visit www.gallery223.ca.

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