Langley artist Rachelle Adamchuk uses a variety of material in her mixed media artwork. Dare to Dream features pieces of vintage watches, with some dating back to the 1920s and Soviet Russia.

Mixed media artist on location

On Jan. 23 and 24 mixed media artist Rachelle Adamchuk of Alkymiya Gallery will be on location at Hallowville Manor.

On Saturday, Jan. 23 and Sunday, Jan. 24 from noon to 5 p.m., mixed media artist Rachelle Adamchuk of Alkymiya Gallery will be on location at Hallowville Manor.

Adamchuk will be featuring several of her original mixed media paintings, fine art prints and custom printed skirts, which were made in a small shop in Montreal.

The event is part of Hallowville Manor’s Entrepreneur Weekends, where for the month of January, local businesses are featured with their craft at the store.

Adamchuk’s complex pieces of art are detailed with  beautiful amalgamations of modern and vintage embellishments, including genuine crystals and gem stones, sterling silver, vintage pieces, fabrics, lace, paper, silk, metal, buttons, crochet flowers, wood, glass, found objects, metal leaf, vintage jewelry and trinkets.

To see more of her work, visit www.rachelleadamchuk.shawwebspace.ca.

Hallowville Manor is located at 5499 Salt Lane.

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