Artists Bryan Coombes and Brian Croft had work on display at the West Fine Art Show. Miranda Gathercole Langley Times.

VIDEO: Top artists on display at West Fine Art Show

Event, held at Glass House Winery, raised money for the Langley Hospice Society

Artwork from 17 of the top artists in Western Canada was on display in Langley this past weekend at the West Fine Art Show late-summer edition.

Held at Glass House Estate Winery, the show feature beautiful landscape and lifestyle works, and raised money for the Langley Hospice Society.

Participating artists included: Neil Hamelin, the 2016 “Best in Show — Flat” at the Calgary Stampede’s Western Showcase; new feature artists Fran Alexander and Grazyna Wolski; Felicity Holmes, the artist in residence at Glass House; and locals Brian Croft, Joyce Trygg, Dianna Jensen Vestergaard, Bryan Coombes, Carmel Clare, Ken Nash, Patricia Banks, Catherine Traynor, Suzanne Erickson, Graham McKenzie, Brent Cooke, Rick Pennell and Judy Vanderveen.

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Felicity Homes, artist in residence at Glass House Estate Winery, had some of her work on display during the West Fine Art Show. Miranda Gathercole Langley Times.

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