Jackie Pendergast holds up a ceramic art piece by Tannis Rebbetoy while Rob Lamont serves as auctioneer during the live auction portion of the Anything Goes Art Show at the Revelstoke Visual Arts Centre on Saturday.

GALLERY: Anything Goes Art 5

The annual Anything Goes Art show fundraiser was a huge success, raising more than $4,000 for the Revelstoke Visual Arts Centre.

The annual Anything Goes Art show fundraiser was a huge success, raising more than $4,000 for the Revelstoke Visual Arts Centre. Held to raise money for their community garden, the show attracted more than 100 people to the gallery. They got to bid on dozens of works by local artists, take part in a silent auction and enjoy desserts provided by the Modern Bakeshop & Cafe.

Check out photos in the gallery below.

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