“Our Canada” – fabric art by Margo Styan from a design by Alison MacKinnon – is one of the featured works in the exhibition at the ArtSea Gallery at Tulista Park May 15 to 21. (Submitted)

Mixed-media art show at ArtSea Gallery in Sidney

Five distinctive artists are showing their work at the ArtSea Gallery at Tulista Park from May 15 to 21.

The exhibit will include works by Margo Styan (fabric art), Alison MacKinnon (rock and metal sculptures), Daniel Brimacombe (photography), Aisjah Cassidy (impressionistic digital art) and Peter Brimacombe (local digital sketches).

“It’s hard to imagine that there won’t be something that will appeal to everyone who comes to this,” says Styan, who conceived the exhibition. “Each of these artists is striving to capture a spirit of beauty and harmony in a different medium.”

The artists will be on hand to explain and even demonstrate their techniques.

The ArtSea Gallery is open daily from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and is located at 9565 Fifth St. in Sidney.

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