Deck the Walls returns for a fifth year

Deck the Walls is the annual The Arts Station year-end art show and sale. Every item is for sale and is priced under $100.

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Deck the Walls is The Arts Station fifth annual year-end art show and sale. Each and every item is for sale and everything is priced under $100.

Submission criteria includes: all works must be priced under $100, must be medium sized or smaller, and gallery conditions apply. As well, a current membership to The Arts Station must be obtained by all artists submitting pieces to the sale but the membership can be purchased at the time of application drop-off. Any and all mediums are welcome—from painting to pottery and from photography to felting. If you can create it, than we can display it.

Artists can submit as many pieces as they wish because as one piece sells the space is filled with a brand new work. For more information on the sale, how to get an application or gallery conditions please do not hesitate to contact The Arts Station.

“This show offers an opportunity for people to purchase local, high quality artwork as gifts or for themselves just because they are amazing works of art at a very reasonable price,” said Courtney Baker, Arts Station administrator. “As well, it is a great way for local artists to gain continued exposure in the community and beyond. Deck the Walls reminds people of the diverse artistic and cultural talents that Fernie has to offer.”

For more information contact Courtney Baker, administrator, Fernie and District Arts Council, 250-423-4842 info@theartsstation.com / www.theartsstation.com.

 

 

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