Private art collection going on sale for four days Ladysmith

Included in this collection are acrylic, oil, abstract, watercolour and three-dimensional pieces.

Waterfront Gallery is hosting a gigantic Art Sale this week Nov. 27-30.

The private collection of more than 100 pieces of art has been slashed from the original cost and is available to buyers from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on those four days only.

Included in this collection are acrylic, oil, abstract, watercolour and three-dimensional pieces. The paintings and sculptures are in a variety of sizes.

The owner is downsizing and is offering many fine works by artists such as Dennis Brown, Sylvia Verity-Dewar, Mary Fox, B. Faulkes, Rob Elphinstone, Jack Fisher, Gail Ralphs and many more.

The Waterfront Gallery is located at 610 Oyster Bay Rd. Come early to avoid disappointment or missing that one special and irreplaceable artwork.

Many people come to a point in their lives where moving into a smaller living space is necessary.

Is there a formula for successfully downsizing one’s life and art collection?

Reducing an art collection is never an easy task. How do you decide what to keep and what to share with others? How does the artistic soul survive this upheaval?

It can be a daunting task both physically and emotionally.  But, do take heart those of you who want to make the big switch from a larger home to a more simple, smaller one.

It has been done before.

For some, it might be a desire to simplify one’s life and enjoy the advantage of becoming a minimalist.

Downsizing can make one feel freer, to be able to shut the door of your house and travel, to not have upkeep responsibilities.

The essence of this sale is that buyers are able to benefit from one collector’s shift in wall space.

Images of some of the paintings are available for previewing at Keep checking that page for more photos to be loaded.

There are also photos on the Ladysmith Waterfront Arts Centre Gallery Facebook page.

Please come and view the art available during this gigantic episode of downsizing.


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