Ensemble at The ACT

Now in its sixth year, the exhibition and sale have become an anticipated event at the ACT during the run-up to the holiday season.

The ACT Art Gallery is hosting its the annual Ensemble Exhibition.

Now in its sixth year, the exhibition and sale have become an anticipated event at the ACT during the run-up to the holiday season.

Featuring work from both local and regional artists, this juried exhibition gives each artist the space to show anywhere from three to seven artworks that are related through theme, style, or composition; hence the show’s title, Ensemble.

Works in all mediums are considered, although size is limited to 12” in the case of 3D pieces and 14” for 2D artworks. While the show in its formative years tended to attract mostly emerging artists, increasingly the selection includes some established professional artists, as well, which adds further diversity to an already eclectic exhibition.

All artwork is for sale, making this a rare opportunity to find a gift for that art-loving friend or family member.

• Ensemble Exhibition runs from Nov. 21 – Dec. 19 at the ACT (11944 Haney Pl.). Regular gallery hours are Tuesday to  Saturday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and selected evenings. See www.theactmapleridge.org/gallery.

 

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