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South Delta Artists Guild presents new show starting May 5
Contributed Image Dale Byhre’s Along the Fishing Wharf is part of the new show which opens at Gallery 1710 in Tsawwassen on May 5.

The walls at Gallery 1710 in Tsawwassen are being decorated with pictures billed as “Small, Smaller, Smallest.”

Artists from the South Delta Artists Guild has a challenge this month is to paint smaller and to include sculptures which are affordable for everyone. In May, mum’s the word.

To help celebrate the formal opening of this new show, which starts May 5, and to help with your bottom line, artists have created a free card making workshop with artists offering supplies and expertise to help create the perfect card for your mom.

Gillian Olson will be demonstrating pop-up cards, while Coral Gurney will be using nature as her muse. Joyclyn Storr Brown will bring her drawing skills to the mix, with Lea Price’s abstracts at centre stage with vibrant color and texture. Myrna Webster uses stamps and applique to tweak your fancy. Bring your friends for a fun day on Saturday, May 6 from noon to 4 p.m. Light refreshments will be offered.

Small, smaller, Smallest runs until May 28.

Gallery 1710 is located at the south end of the South Delta Rec. Centre complex and is open Friday to Sunday from noon to 4 p.m. See: for more details.

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