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CANVASSING FOR MEMBERS

Watercolour artist Carol Straley (left) and acrylic painter Kathy Mason were among a group of artists showing their work at the Kamloops Artist Show and Sale on the weekend at the Japanese- Canadian Cultural Centre. The three-day show and sale featured the North Shore art club’s work. The group meets weekly at Parkview Activity Centre and is encouraging more local artists to join. For more info, call Straley at 250-578-6980. D - DAVE EAGLES/KTW
Watercolour artist Carol Straley (left) and acrylic painter Kathy Mason were among a group of artists showing their work at the Kamloops Artist Show and Sale on the weekend at the Japanese- Canadian Cultural Centre. The three-day show and sale featured the North Shore art club’s work. The group meets weekly at Parkview Activity Centre and is encouraging more local artists to join. For more info, call Straley at 250-578-6980. D
— image credit: DAVE EAGLES/KTW
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