The Arbor Gallery Cultural Centre held a vernissage on April 8 for its new show: “Spring to Life”. The show was greeted with many positive comments on the 12 artists’ use of bright colours and cheery themes. Many said it was a nice reprieve from the lack of spring outside!
Arbor Gallery Cultural Centre is a non-profit organization highlighting local artists and other cultural creators. For more information visit www.arborgallery.org. The gallery and gift shoppe are open Wednesday to Sunday, 12 to 4 p.m. The show continues until April 29.
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