Buy a Fernie original without breaking the bank

Make a list, check it twice, then go deck your walls with something nice.

Make a list, check it twice, then go deck your walls with something nice.

Deck the Walls is The Arts Station’s fourth annual year-end art show and sale.

Each and every item is for sale and everything is priced under $100.

Previously known as On Fire, this annual show has been renamed Deck the Walls in order to celebrate the arts all year around. This once-a-year show offers the community a great chance to support local artists while at the same getting some Christmas shopping done.

Come see the amazing works of art made by a multitude of local artists. Every medium you can imagine will be on display, from paintings to pottery to photography and everything in between.

“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.”

The ‘Deck the Walls’ opening reception is Thursday, November 29 from 7 to 9 p.m. The sale continues until Tuesday, December 25.

If you have any questions about this event or other events at The Arts Station please contact 250-423-4842.

 

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