FLAG artists get choosy

Artist’s choice exhibit runs at CN Station gallery until July 26

Fort Langley Artists Group members had a world of subject matter to choose from in preparing for their latest exhibit of the season. The show opened on June 27 and continues to July 26.

Fort Langley Artists Group members had a world of subject matter to choose from in preparing for their latest exhibit of the season. The show opened on June 27 and continues to July 26.

Fort Langley Artist Group (FLAG) presents an Artist’s Choice exhibit, which runs to July 26 at the Flagstop Gallery in Fort Langley’s Heritage CN Station.

“It is amazing to see how popular this site is with locals and tourists alike,” said Margo Harrison, a Langley artist and founding member of FLAG.

“FLAG loaned our gallery space to the Langley Camera Club for a special ‘Railroad’ Show on Father’s Day weekend.

“It was a great kick off to celebrating the station’s 100th birthday.

FLAG is now back in the gallery with two more shows to round out their season which ends on Labour Day.

“Artist’s Choice is always a fun show, as you never know where the inspiration is going to come from,” said Harrison.

For example, she said, a day of boredom and bouts of insomnia inspired Kathleen Gate’s pieces.

“FLAG’s newest member, Daphne Scaman, created some hilarious clay figures which started out to be fish — another happy accident in the wonderful world of art.”

The public is invited to drop by and see what FLAG has to offer in its second show of the season.

The show is open weekends and stat holidays.

Visit fortlangleyartistsgroup.com/blog to learn more.

Langley Times

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