A colourful creation

Editor:

Re: Calendar celebrate life in ‘city by the sea,’ Dec. 13.

Editor:

Re: Calendar celebrate life in ‘city by the sea,’ Dec. 13.

I was delighted to get my copy of the new White Rock calendar.

What an outstanding piece of work and a real testament to the arts in our community.

Each artist has made a bold statement as to how they as individuals see our city.

For example, in my mind the Elizabeth Hollick piece seems to be saying “My city by the sea is bright, vibrant, colourful and summery.”

This welcoming piece of art has truly captured the feeling of a summer day in White Rock.

The same can be said of all of the contributors: so much variety, so much talent. My hat is off to Tourism White Rock’s Betina Albornoz for a job well done.

Indeed, my city by the sea truly is a centre of arts, culture and so much more.

Chris Thornley, White Rock

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