Shirley Anne Mann of Saltair is among the participants at Val Galvin’s Renditions In Rags Hooked and Braided Rugs open house at her studio on Chemainus Road. (Photo by Kathy Holmes)

Hooked art captures attention at Galvin’s Chemainus studio

Climate change theme brings together some amazing work

COLOURFUL EXHIBIT Val Galvin opened up her studio Friday and Saturday at 10087 Chemainus Road with about 20 fibre artists gathering to make art from recycled fabric. A collection of hooked art called ‘RED FLAG! RED FLAG!’ was displayed. This exhibit was put together by more than 30 artists using recycled fabric as the medium and global warming/climate change as the theme. The exhibit will be shown again Aug. 10 at Waterwheel Park. (Photo by Kathy Holmes)

Shirley Anne Mann of Saltair is among the participants at Val Galvin’s Renditions In Rags Hooked and Braided Rugs open house at her studio on Chemainus Road. (Photo by Kathy Holmes)

Val Galvin, left, with Wendy Halsall of Lantzville. The triangle thematic work as it pertained to climate change was amazing. (Photo by Kathy Holmes)

Climate change theme brings together some amazing work

 

Val Galvin, left, with Wendy Halsall of Lantzville. The triangle thematic work as it pertained to climate change was amazing. (Photo by Kathy Holmes)

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