With one day left, the Garibaldi Art Club’s annual Fall Art Show has already accumulated a significant amount of interest, drawing in hundreds of locals to gaze at the vast collection of artwork.
Garibaldi Art Club show committee chairperson Lyn Thomas said the group was really happy with the response they’ve received from the community.
People consistently flowed in and out of the Albion Community Centre on Saturday, where the art show was taking place for the second year.
“We have over 200 paintings here and they’re all so different,” said Thomas.
“This year, we’ve got a wall called the Anonymous Wall, so nobody knows who the painter is. We’ve sold quite a few of those.”
The Fall Art Show continues through Sunday at the Albion Community Centre from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.