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Summerside Art Club celebrates winter with 'Let It Snow' exhibit

Culture Summerside staff member, Megan Leforte, was the curator for the Sixty Days of Fame art show featuring the work of Summerside Art Club members, titled “Let It Snow.”
Culture Summerside staff member, Megan Leforte, was the curator for the Sixty Days of Fame art show featuring the work of Summerside Art Club members, titled “Let It Snow.” - Submitted

SUMMERSIDE, P.E.I. – Prince Edward Island’s oldest art club is celebrating the beauty and wonder of snow. Visit the MacNaught History Centre and Archives to see 27 different artists take on this pervasive element of the Canadian winter experience in the new Sixty Days of Fame art show entitled ”Let It Snow.”

The Summerside Art Club’s members explore many different aspects of snow, from its beautiful form, to the way people and animals interact with it. As the winter weather creeps in, the club members are inviting the public to celebrate the beauty this season brings and visit the exhibit.

 

This work by Pam Deltor is one of the paintings in the “Let It Snow” exhibit on now at MacNaught History Centre and Archives in Summerside.
This work by Pam Deltor is one of the paintings in the “Let It Snow” exhibit on now at MacNaught History Centre and Archives in Summerside.

 

“Let it Snow” runs from Dec. 1 to Jan. 31 at the MacNaught History Centre and Archives, located at 75 Spring St., Summerside.

 

Admission is free. Hours are Tuesday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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