Art Challenge Show at Atelier Studio and Gallery

The Atelier Art Studio and Gallery present the first annual Art Challenge Show, Saturday July 22.

The Atelier

The Atelier Art Studio and Gallery present the first annual Art Challenge Show, Saturday July 22 at 7:00 p.m.

The show is the culmination of five months’ work by fourteen artists from the Creston Valley, Alberta and Australia. Inspired by Alison Masters and Gary Deatherage’s Box Project, artist Paula Ebelher presented five different subjects over five months to participating artists.

“The subjects include the moon, jellyfish, weaving, rust, and cherries,” said Ebelher. “Artists were welcome to create using mediums of their choice, and the show promises to be an eclectic mix. I’m excited to see what all the artists have come up with. It’s going to be a surprise for everyone – me included.”

The Atelier Art Studio and Gallery is located at the back entrance of 125 12th Avenue North (behind 12th Ave Hair & Esthetics).

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