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Young artist's work on display at Pioneer Library

Seven-year-old Finnley Asena Eunall is showcasing her painting talents
Seven-year-old Finnley Asena Eunall started painting when she was five.

A budding young artist is showcasing her talent this month at Ladner’s Pioneer Library.

Seven-year-old Finnley Asena Eunall started painting when she was five.

This month, her paintings are on display in the library’s art nook.

“I feel very fortunate to display my work in my local library Art Nook,” she said. “I love exploring the outdoors and all things science. I love art – all kinds of art.

“I have been lucky to get a spot in painting classes with Linda and Rebecca Jones. Original artwork cards made by art students are sold at Jarry’s Market, Hygee Bath and Albany Books.”

According to her father Alexander, three of her paintings have been printed on the postcards and are all sold out at the local stores.

Besides her painting explorations, Finnley takes singing classes, sewing classes, pottery classes, swimming, skiing, martial arts and baseball.

She is a member of the local Elite Cheer Team and also member of the local Ambers (used to be called Brownies).

She is a Grade 2 student in Delta’s Home Quest program.

“Finnley is very generous and a lot of the art she produced she gave away as gifts to family and friends, yet we were able to gather 11 of her works to be displayed in this exhibition,” said Alexander.

The exhibition is on display until April 1.

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