A new gallery and workshop space in Camana Bay is holding an opening reception Wednesday night, July 29, to launch its Summer Art Series.
Organizers say the Peripheral Spaces represents the concept of bringing artists of all mediums together to share this pop-up location until the end of August.
Peripheral Spaces are shared creative work spaces for like-minded people to get together for inspiration and motivation and is part art gallery and part art studio, located on Market Street across from Bay Market.
Mediums to be exhibited include original paintings, giclee, fine art photography, sculptures, ceramics and film screenings, as well as performances from local musicians. The space offers a working area for artists during open studio times. Some of the participating guest artists will be Laurel Schmid, Chris Duty, Avril Ward, Gordon Solomon, Mary McCallum, Sue Howe, Kerwin Ebanks and Renate Seffer.
Ms. Ward said, “We are thrilled that Camana Bay has supported local artists in this space. We hope these next few weeks will see a coming together of creative people reaching out not only to visitors, but also each other to inspire and connect, making this space an exciting hub of creativity for all to enjoy.”
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