‘Art in Untamed Garden’ returns to Glen Valley

Untamed Garden Studio is hosting the annual ‘Art In The Untamed Garden’ Show and Sale on Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 14 and 15

The Untamed Garden Studio is hosting the annual ‘Art In The Untamed Garden’ Show and Sale on Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 14 and 15 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The ‘Art In The Untamed Garden’ Show is outdoors and takes place annually in the Glen Valley, just 10 minutes east of Fort Langley, at 8561 Bradner Road. It is a lovely time of year for an art show.

The purpose of the show is to give visitors an opportunity to enjoy the works of 16 artists/artisans in a relaxed outdoor setting.

It is a unique event in that it allows visitors to wander through the gardens while taking in various forms of artwork, whether it is pottery, painting, photography, weaving, quilting, glass works, jewelery and more. Visitors will have a chance to meet the artists and purchase a piece of original artwork. There will be demonstrations to enjoy as well as live music.

There are a number of local businesses planning fun things for the visitors either on the way to the show or after. Tanglebank Nursery will be having garden tours, Mount Lehman Winery and Fort Winery will have wine tasting, Cranberries Naturally will be providing some product sampling and the Glen Valley Organic Farm will have farm tours and gate sales. Check the ‘Art in the Untamed Garden’ facebook page for more information or email info@untamedgarden.com or call 604-856-2920.

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