Grab a coffee and see some fresh local art

The Reading Room Cafe is featuring art of four local artists for the month of December.

The Reading Room Cafe is featuring art of four local artists for the month of December.

More than 40 pieces are on display, including Linda Gordon’s “fotoraffia” (the art of painting on photographs.)

Also something new is her Endless Diptych, or set of two images to make a full scene. These can go  left or right to make to different images.

Marylin Montag has her abstract art featuring a dynamic flow of colours and Malinda McCullough Leahy has a Black on Black piece where the image is done in texture. This also highlights the iron sculpture of Sooke artist Jan Johnson.

The art show runs until Dec. 30.

 

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