Yvonne Acheson’s paintings are inspired by beaches and bright colours. (Emily Vance photo)

Nanoose Bay Art in the Garden celebrates 10th year

Photos from the two-day show which featured 100 artists, more than ever before

A garden setting provided the venue for an art show in Nanoose Bay this weekend.

Nanoose Bay Art in the Garden was held June 22-23 on Northwest Bay Road and featured a host of artists and artisans with a range of different styles. Textiles, photography, jewelry, sculptures, paintings, and more were all on display for the event’s 10th year.

For a gallery of photos, see below.

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