The Christmas Exhibition at Davis Road School (Cole Schisler photo)

Waterfront Gallery ends 2019 with Christmas themed members show

Over 70 artists are on display for the Christmas exhibiton at Davis Road School

The Ladysmith Art Council is presenting their final exhibition of 2019 at their temporary home of Davis Road School.

Over 70 artists are featured in the Christmas themed members show.

“It’s a time when we really encourage our artists to bring us things that aren’t super expensive,” LAC president Kathy Holmes said. “A lot of our artists do crafts or create smaller items that they might not always be able to put in a show.”

The LAC reduced their commission for the show, so the proceeds from any art sold will go more directly towards the artists.

December 23 is the final day of the exhibition. The gallery is open 11:00 am – 4:00 pm every day of the week.

The Waterfront Gallery has been relocated to Davis Road School at 444 Parkhill Terrace to accommodate upgrades that are underway at the Ladysmith Machine Shop.

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