Artist at the Pier

A multiple award-winning member of the Federation of Canadian Artists will be the artist in residence at the Sidney Pier Hotel this month

Work by artist Sandy Terry is on display at the Sidney Pier Hotel throughout June.

SIDNEY — A multiple award-winning member of the Federation of Canadian Artists will be the artist in residence at the Sidney Pier Hotel this month.

Sandy Terry will be at the Pier Hotel throughout June as part of Artishow Victoria. Artishow is a concept from France, Terry explained, where local artists are paired with local hotels to provide an arts connection to the community and tourists for the benefit of all. Artishow Victoria expanded this year to include Sidney.

Learn more about Terry at www.sandyterry.ca or drop by the Sidney Pier Hotel this month to see her work on display.

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