Suport Sandcut

Well known artist Sue Coleman produces print to be used for fundraising

Sue Coleman's Sandcut Beach print will be a fundraiser for the TLC.

Well-known artist Sue Coleman has created a print which will be sold to help raise funds for The Land Conservancy’s portion of the cost of purchasing Sandcut Beach.

Coleman spent many years driving along the West Coast exploring the many beaches north of Sooke. With the paving of the Pacific Marine Circle Route she has returned many times to visit the wild side of the Island.

This past spring she did a piece to promote Sansum Point between Vancouver Island and Saltspring Island. In three months she was able to raise $15,000 for the TLC. She then decided to look closer at using her art to help such causes.

To help support the TLC through the purchase of a print, contact Sue Coleman at: 250-748-8332, or toll free at 1-977-708-6111 or visit her website: www.suecoleman.ca

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