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Artists team up to support Alzheimer's society

Wendy Mould shares some of her artwork with shoppers Karl Rose and his daughter Bettina Konrad at West Coast Gardens April 16.  - Contributed photo
Wendy Mould shares some of her artwork with shoppers Karl Rose and his daughter Bettina Konrad at West Coast Gardens April 16.
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Two Surrey artists raised $200 for Alzheimer's disease during an art show last weekend.

South Surrey resident Audrey Bakewell – who works with water colour and acrylic – teamed up with Fleetwood's Wendy Mould – who is known for her graphite drawings, pet portraits, water colours and acrylics – for Paints 'n Bloom April 16 at West Coast Gardens.

Visitors were invited to browse and purchase pieces, with a portion of proceeds benefiting the Alzheimer Society of B.C.

Bakewell and Mould now plan to hold an additional fundraiser in May.

 

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