Living the dream

Imagery from dreams and the world of enjoying the dream are explored

Marion Evamy’s Fear no Ridicule.

Oak Bay’s Red Art Gallery  celebrates the new year with new works by gallery co-owner Marion Evamy.

Imagery from dreams and the world of enjoying the dream are explored in Evamy’s signature bold palette and happy style.

Created during her recent visit to Puerto Morelos, Mexico, the 20 acrylic and mixed media paintings offer a range of mysterious visions and joyful symbolic images of people living the dream.

The show depicts a diverse, distinctive and interesting world.

Evamy recently won her third major award at the Sidney Fine Art Show, and has received Masters’ Category status.

The winner of Best on Canvas can be viewed at Red Art Gallery as well.

A meet the artist reception is being held on Saturday Feb. 2 from noon to 4 p.m.

For more information on the Red Art Gallery call 250-881-0462, go to redartgallery.ca or visit them at 2033 Oak Bay Ave. The gallery is open Tuesday to Saturday noon to 4 p.m.

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