The Opus Outdoor Painting Challenge begins at 10 a.m. on Sunday May 7. Submitted photo

Opus hosts free outdoor painting challenge May 7

Langley participants can enter to win $4,500 in prizes

One of Canada’s largest outdoor painting challenges comes to Langley May 7.

The sixth annual Opus Outdoor Painting Challenge encourages artists of all ages, mediums, experience and skill levels to spend a day outdoors painting, sketching and creating,

Artists are invited to bring their supplies to the Langley Opus location, 5501 204 St., and Opus will supply a free 8” x 10” canvas panel.

Sign in begins at 10 a.m. Artist must then find a spot in the designated painting zone and begin. All artwork must be returned to the exhibition tent by 3 p.m. to be displayed in the exhibition. Draw prize winners will be announced at 4 p.m.

There are more than $30,000 in draw prizes being given away across Canada ($4,500 per location).

To sign up, visit, visit the Langley store, or call them at 604-233-0601.

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