Colours of life

Colours of Life, an exhibit featuring photography, paintings, drawings, and carvings runs until Dec. 20 at the Cultural Centre.

Artist Kelly Corbett (second from left) chats with visitors during the opening reception for Colours of Life

Artist Kelly Corbett (second from left) chats with visitors during the opening reception for Colours of Life, a two-person art exhibition in the Art Gallery at the Cultural Centre on Nov. 7.

Corbett’s work features photography and ink drawings and is shown with Collette Pereira’s art of paintings and wood-turned bells.

The show runs until Dec. 20. Gallery hours are Wednesdays to Saturdays from noon to 5 p.m.

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