Peninsula Gallery celebrates birthday

Occasion to be celebrated with work from 25 gallery artists

Art by Michael O’Toole will be featured at Peninsula Gallery’s 27th birthday.

SIDNEY – Peninsula Gallery is celebrating its 27th birthday this month with a show featuring 25 gallery artists.

From Monday, Oct. 28 to Friday, Nov. 8, new paintings and sculptures by artists including Don Bastian, Robert Bateman, Philip Buytendorp, Carol Evans, Douglas Fisher and Michael O’Toole will be featured in the gallery.

A reception will be held in advance on Saturday, Oct. 26 from noon to 4 p.m. with some of the artists in attendance.

The gallery is located in Sidney at 2506 Beacon Avenue in the Landmark Building.

For more information visit www.pengal.com or call 250-655-1282.

 

 

 

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