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Sheena Lott showing at Winchester Galleries

Pat Bay Beachcomber oil painting by Sheena Lott. Lott’s work will be showing at Winchester Galleries in Oak Bay this month. - Submitted art
Pat Bay Beachcomber oil painting by Sheena Lott. Lott’s work will be showing at Winchester Galleries in Oak Bay this month.
— image credit: Submitted art

Prominent North Saanich artist Sheena Lott is showcasing her work this month at Winchester Galleries in Oak Bay.

The water-colour and oil exhibition titled Coast begins tomorrow, July 5 and runs until Aug. 2. at the gallery located at 2260 Oak Bay Ave.

A reception with Lott will take place Saturday, July 12 from 1 to 5 p.m.

Lott, who has lived on the Saanich Peninsula for 30 years, will showcase works depicting scenes from Deep Cove and Pat Bay as well as from the West Coast Trail and Newfoundland and Antarctica.

Five illustrations from her children’s book Island Santa will also be featured.

Lott’s paintings can be found in private and corporate collections including The Osborne Collection, The Vancouver Public Library Permanent Art collection, Shell Oil, Peat Marwick Thorne, Vancouver Island Helicopters and the National Trust Company.

For more information on the Coast exhibition visit sheenalott.com or winchestergalleriesltd.com.

 

reporter@peninsulanewsreview.com

 

 

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