Ensemble exhibition at ACT in Maple Ridge

The seventh annual exhibition will feature local and regional artists.

Diane Speirs

The seventh annual Ensemble exhibition will be opening at the ACT Art Gallery in Maple Ridge.

The show and sale will include 25 pieces of unique artwork by local and regional artists from Vancouver Island, the Fraser Valley and Lower Mainland.

Pieces will feature mostly two-dimensional work with a small distinguished collection of pottery and ceramic sculpture.

Local artists will include Jean Abbott, Isabel Gibson, Wayne Bissky, Bonnie Dobbin, Susette Fram, Philippa Glossop, Kimberly Hayek, Susan Hayes, Soren Isbrand, Jodi Main, Connie-Jean Moore and Diane Speirs.

The opening reception take place between 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. on November 5 at the ACT Art Gallery, 11944 Haney Place.

Admission is free.

There will be refreshments and live music will be provided by the Earthtones Quintet.

The exhibition runs until December 21 during regular gallery hours.

For more information go to http://www.theactmapleridge.org/gallery/.

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