Zealous Art is celebrating the opening of their own studio on Saturday, Nov. 5 from noon until 4 p.m.

Zealous Art opens new studio Nov. 5

After seven years of hosting mobile art parties, Zealous Art is now opening up their own studio

After seven years of hosting mobile art parties, Zealous Art is now opening up their own studio and they are inviting the community to come celebrate.

This fun grand opening is taking place on Saturday, Nov. 5 from noon until 4 p.m. at #104, 20218 Fraser Hwy.

Three will be a mini art party going on all day, with many door prizes from various small business throughout the community.

Participation is free.

The new studio will be home to art parties, and will also serve as a place for local artisans to showcase their work.

Zealous Art & Painting Parties was founded by Freda, a South African native whom now calls Langley home.

Freda started painting and hosting painting parties in 2010. Since then, her painting parties have been booming and she is excited to announce the opening of her own studio.

To learn more, visit www.zealousart.com.

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