See what South Delta artists can imagine
The South Delta Artists Guild is running its latest art show called Imagine This at the Tsawwassen Longhouse from Feb. 28 until the end of March.
Up to 30 local artists are featured with 60 paintings, sculptures, and other pieces of artwork. The theme of the show is to display the range of abstract to realism and the various interpretations of the artists.
All the pieces of art are produced locally and are for sale. For photographs of each piece in the exhibit, visit the South Delta Artists Guild website.
Artwork is displayed from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday through Sunday at the Longhouse, located 1710-56th St.
The Guild holds lessons and workshops for members throughout the year, including weekly drop-ins sessions where people can come and paint with more experienced artists.
The Guild will be holding a formal open house and fundraiser from May 4-12 called "Cause for Paws, Feathers and Fur," with proceeds going to support Orphaned Wildlife Society (OWL) and the Delta Community Animal Shelter.
Below: Leah McCluskie (left) has some fun with her Inuit acrylic on canvas, while 94-year-old Wynn Dennett's acrylic painting shows life in Boundary Bay.