Art lovers look at the work of David Baird at the Sooke Fine Arts Show on now at SEAPARC Leisure Complex in Sooke.

Sooke Fine Arts Show is a crowd pleaser

Annual juried art show in Sooke draws in art lovers from across the province

The 27th annual Sooke Fine Arts Show was opened on Thursday, July 26 with a Buyers’ Preview Night and it was gratifying to see many red dots signifying work had been sold. There are many events for adults and kids going on at the show. Music and demonstrations, a youth art show, tea room and a art gallery shop where one can purchase smaller works produced by artists included in the show.

The juried show runs until August 5 at SEAPARC Leisure Complex on Phillips Road. For information on the upcoming events at the SFA Show go to: www.sookefinearts.com

 

 

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