WCAS Spring Fling enters second half

Special to WC Online

KANATA – The West Carleton Art Society (WCAS) loves to kick off spring with an art show, and if you haven’t dropped by the WCAS Spring Fling, you are down to the last 10 days.

A poster for the show.

“It’s that time of year,” the WCAS released in a statement Feb. 28). “The WCAS Spring Fling (started) Monday, March 4 at the Kanata Art Gallery. This Juried art show will have 63 artworks by local artists.”

Thirty-one local artists to be exact.

Here’s a couple of profiles on some of them.

“Gail Brooker loves to find something hidden or fantastical anywhere she looks,” the WCAS said. “They may be seen in the colours, or the outlines, or even spots of sunshine. Creativity is meant to be fun and relaxing.”

“That’s what my imagination brings to me, and hopefully the viewer,” Brooker said. ”

Ingrid Black enjoys story telling with her art – there is always something going on.

“Staying original is important to her,” the WCAS said. “A lot of Ingrid’s art has humorous undertones, and she loves being the catalyst of the double take.”

The WCAS Spring Fling Juried Art Show runs until March 17 at the Kanata Art Gallery (2500 Campeau Dr.).

“Parking and admission are free,” the WCAS said. “This Juried art show will have 63 artworks by local artists.”

Gallery hours are Monday to Friday, 1 to 8 p.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; and Sunday, 1 to 5p.m.

“Come meet artists at various times over the afternoon and evening,” the WCAS said.

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