The opening reception was held at the Summerland Art Gallery last Thursday evening

Anti-bullying art exhibit shown

The opening reception was held at the Summerland Art Gallery last Thursday evening, for Outlines: Artworks Inspired By Bullying.

The opening reception was held at the Summerland Art Gallery last Thursday evening, for Outlines: Artworks Inspired By Bullying.

Numerous artists contributed to this exhibit, many local and several from the lower mainland.

They courageously shared their stories, inviting viewers to share the feelings that inspired their works of art.  Artist and organizer of the show,

Traci-Jo Critchlow expressed her thanks to Summerland Bully Free, particularly its founder, Tina Martin, who provided support throughout the process of assembling the exhibit. From left are, Summerland Bully

Free committee members Martin Van Alphen, Tina Martin, artist Traci-Jo Critchlow and committee member Linda Van Alphen.

 

 

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