Paintings by Nicole Carrie will be among work showcased in the upcoming Peninsula Art Tour.

Artists to be showcased

Peninsula Art Tour will feature work at 13 studio or showroom venues

Some 26 artists who live and/or work in the White Rock and South Surrey will be showcased in the upcoming Peninsula Art Tour, Nov. 30 and Dec. 1 (10 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day).

This year’s tour – the fourth annual event – will feature 13 separate studio or showroom venues throughout the Semiahmoo Peninsula, with artists standing by ready to talk with visitors and answer questions about their work.

With media on display ranging from oil, acrylic and watercolour paintings to collage, mixed media, jewelry, ceramics, wood furniture, wood turning and stoneware, the tour offers something for virtually every taste.

Participating artists include Rich Schid, Debra Gow, Bob Wakefield, Jack Ploesser, Mac Grieve, Marta Styk, Jess Rice, June Bloye, Angelo Morrisey, Connie Glover, Marie Heath, Sharon Reay, Carolynn Doan, Gary McDonald, Hunter Brumell, Jacquie Janzen Yee, Georgina Johnstone, Nicoletta Baumeister, Noah Snell, Andres Schneiter, Julie Hansen, Nicole Carrie and Diane Beadon.

In addition to participating in the tour itself, artists of the Mid Bay Painters group (Chris MacClure, David Patterson, Jef Morlan and Marilyn Hurst) will hold a ‘sneak peek’ wine and cheese evening Friday, Nov. 29 (7-9 p.m.) at Patterson’s studio (16551 10 Ave., Surrey).

To learn more about each artist, and for a map showing all of the tour locations, visit www.peninsulaarttour.com

 

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