Joanie Winnitoy of Ladysmith with her work ‘Tidewrack’ that’s part of the Us16 art group exhibit at the newly-opened gallery at the St. Joseph’s Art Studios in Chemainus. She collected pieces from the beach at Oyster Bay combined with acrylics and then used an antique window to frame it. (Photo by Don Bodger)

U16 group first to display work in new gallery space

Exhibit draws numerous visitors to the former library site at St. Joseph’s Art Studios

Julie King of Maple Bay with her acrylic on canvas piece ‘Converge’ that’s part of the Us16 art group exhibit at the newly-opened gallery at the St. Joseph’s Art Studios in Chemainus. (Photo by Don Bodger)

Joanie Winnitoy of Ladysmith with her work ‘Tidewrack’ that’s part of the Us16 art group exhibit at the newly-opened gallery at the St. Joseph’s Art Studios in Chemainus. She collected pieces from the beach at Oyster Bay combined with acrylics and then used an antique window to frame it. (Photo by Don Bodger)

Don Bodger

The Courier

Exhibit draws numerous visitors to the former library site at St. Joseph’s Art Studios

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