Kristin Krimmel was one of several artists to take part in a collaborative draw-in during the Fort Gallery's opening reception for 'Drawn to Draw' on March 19.

Photos: Drawn to Draw

Many artists took part in a collaborative draw-in at the Fort Gallery

Many artists took part in a collaborate draw-in at the Fort Gallery on Sunday (March 19).

The event was part of the opening reception for the Gallery’s latest exhibit, Drawn to Draw.

Running until April 2, the exhibit features drawings on loose paper by artists from throughout the Lower Mainland.

For more details, visit www.fortgallery.ca.

 

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