Pictured here are Tanis Rebbetoy’s hand-painted porcelain birds. Rebbetoy’s will also have decorative ceramic flatware and jewellery for sale at the Midsummer Art Fair show

Revelstoke Visual Arts Centre hosts Midsummer Art Fair

The Revelstoke Visual Arts Centre opens their Midsummer Art Fair this Friday, Aug. 10 with a 6–9 p.m. reception.

The Revelstoke Visual Arts Centre opens their Midsummer Art Fair this Friday, Aug. 10 with a 6–9 p.m. reception. The annual show features works for sale by local artists. Timed to coincide with the busy tourist season, the works are available to take home right away – unlike regular exhibits where buyers must wait until the exhibit closes before they can take their treasure home. Pictured here are Tanis Rebbetoy’s hand-painted porcelain birds. Rebbetoy’s will also have decorative ceramic flatware and jewellery for sale at the show. The Midsummer Art Fair exhibit will be open Tuesdays through Saturdays from noon to 4 p.m. until Sept. 7. Photo contributed

 

 

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