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Pop-up gallery now permanent at Pitt Meadows city hall

Artist Marie Matheson to launch 2024 exhibits
Pitt River, Mists and Mountain by artist Marie Matheson. (Special to The News)

A pop-up gallery in Pitt Meadows city hall has been so popular, it will now be a permanent fixture.

The pop-up space was opened up at the beginning of 2023 in the lobby of city hall in order to feature the work of local artists while the city’s actual art gallery was being relocated.

However, the decision has been made to continue the pop-up gallery to showcase smaller collections of work from Lower Mainland artists. The gallery will feature a new artist every two months.

Artist Marie Matheson, an acrylic painter who enjoys painting natural landscapes of the Fraser Valley, will start off 2024 with an exhibit of her work.

The new location of the Pitt Meadows Art Gallery is going to be the South Bonson Community Centre.

The pop-up gallery is open to view in city hall from 8:30-4:30 p.m. Monday to Friday at 12007 Harris Road.

Matheson’s exhibition runs from Tuesday, Jan. 9 until Thursday, March 28.

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