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Students’ artworks cover all the bases

Get an eyeful of Campbell River’s creative young talent (above and below) at the Tidemark Theatre’s current exhibit of artwork by Carihi and Timberline students. - Photo submitted
Get an eyeful of Campbell River’s creative young talent (above and below) at the Tidemark Theatre’s current exhibit of artwork by Carihi and Timberline students.
— image credit: Photo submitted

If you like diversity in art, check out the current exhibit at the Tidemark Theatre.

The annual student artwork exhibit from both Carihi and Timberline secondary schools offers a pleasant visual insight into the creative learning process students from Grades 10-12 experience during their fine art electives.

Students have created artwork using graphite, acrylic paint, mixed media, digital photography, printmaking, collage, charcoal, pencil crayons, chalk and oil pastels to name a few of the processes used. The exhibit runs from April 30 until May 20, with viewing hours Tuesday-Saturday noon until 4 p.m.

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