10 artists, 10 chairs

Adirondack chairs painted by 10 local artists will be exhibited at Willowbrook Shopping Centre Feb. 14 to 18

Head to Willowbrook Shopping Centre between Feb. 14 and 18 to see a display of painted Adirondack chairs. The artworks will be auctioned off in the spring, with proceeds going to Critter Care Wildlife Society.

The Critter Care Wildlife Society’s 2017 Edition of 10 Adirondack chairs painted by 10 local artists will be exhibited at Willowbrook Shopping Centre, 19705 Fraser Highway, from Feb. 14 to 18.

The public is invited to come out and vote for the People’s Top Choice, meet the artists and enjoy this display of unique, beautiful chairs.

These chairs will be available for auction later at this year’s Critter Care Wildlife Society’s annual Dinner and Live/Silent Auction on April 22.

The participating artists include: Felicity Holmes, Sue Gorris, Gail Elliott, Lenore Clark, Carol Clark, Freda Lombard, Miranda Kortus, Robin Bandenieks, Debra Jantzen and Donna Duvall.

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