The Surrey Art Gallery Association (SAGA) Gift Shop is holding its annual Show & Sale this weekend

The Surrey Art Gallery Association (SAGA) Gift Shop is holding its annual Show & Sale this weekend

Surrey gallery’s got gifts galore

Annual Show & Sale takes place at the Surrey Arts Centre Nov. 22 and 23.

on Nov. 22 and 23

When seeking that perfect gift or a one-of-a-kind find, the Surrey Art Gallery Association (SAGA) Gift Shop at the Surrey Arts Centre is the ideal destination.

The Gift Shop’s annual Show & Sale takes place Nov. 22 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Nov. 23 from 12-4 p.m.

In addition to the varied selection of original work by artists and artisans from around the Lower Mainland and Gulf Islands featured in the Gift Shop, the adjacent Studio Theatre will host more than 20 artists showcasing new work, providing visitors with the opportunity to meet the artists and hear the stories behind their artwork.

Discover decorative and functional pottery, handcrafted jewellery, cards and limited edition prints, hand-blown and slumped glass, original paintings, photography, artisan soaps, turned wood, fabric art and art cards.

During the sale, a 10-per-cent discount applies on all gift shop items (art rental and sale artworks are exempt) and only PST is charged.

Members of SAGA receive a 15 per discount. SAGA memberships can be taken out on the days of the sale.

For more information, call 604-501-5187.

SAGA is a non-profit society that offers its members the opportunity to participate in and respond to contemporary art, and be part of a community that actively supports the Surrey Art Gallery.

The gallery is located at 13750 88 Ave. Call 604-501-5566 or visit www.surrey.ca/artgallery

 

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