A handful of the works that will be on display and up for sale during the Small Works Show at Eclectic Galleryincludes Lisa Riehl's ‘Wandering Nomad’ acrylic on canvas.

Small works make big impact

Eclectic Gallery’s affordable art back on the Avenue

Eclectic Gallery’s annual Small Works Show for November and December is back in a big, but small, way.

The show features more than 25 artists exhibiting over 100 original works of art.

Many of the finest artists from Vancouver Island present a rich diversity of subjects and style, all priced under $500.

Eclectic hosts an artists reception on Nov. 6 from 6 to 8 p.m. offering the public an opportunity to meet the artists and preview the exhibition.

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On Thursday, Dec. 4 from 6 to 8 p.m., Eclectic joins sister galleries for the annual Art on the Avenue – Oak Bay Gallery Walk.

“It is such a great opportunity to support local artists and acknowledge how important arts and culture are in our community,” said Eclectic Gallery owner John Taylor. “We have more artists per capita than any other region in Canada.”

Eclectic Gallery is at 2170 Oak Bay Ave.

 

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