‘Incognito Art Sale’ features ‘anonymous’ art

The contents of an exhibit of affordable anonymous artistry will be available for your personal viewing pleasure until Saturday, March 12

The contents of an exhibit of affordable anonymous artistry will be available for your personal viewing pleasure until Saturday, March 12 at the Langley Arts Council’s first annual Incognito Art Sale. The Grand Sale will be held between 1 and 5 p.m. that afternoon.

Artists from all over the Lower Mainland have gotten down to work in order to provide you with household sized, affordable artworks to enhance your decor and your mood, and to showcase your personal support of the arts in your community. Each work is 10″ x 10″ square to fit easily into available spaces in your home or office, and each one costs only $100.00 CDN.

The artworks are publicly exhibited on the 2nd Floor of the Langley Township Civic Facility (20338 65 Ave, Langley, BC V2Y 3J1) from now until the 12th — come out and choose the ones you like the best! All works are displayed anonymously — you may have a better eye than you think, and pick out a work from a known artist.

Please call 604-534-0781 or email directors@langleyarts.ca for further information or clarification.


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