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Tiny but mighty artwork to be displayed at Pitt Meadows Public Library

Submission deadline for Tiny Art Show is April 25
A collection of minuscule artwork will be on display at the Pitt Meadows Public Library at the end of the month as part of the tiny art show event. (Brandon Tucker/The News)

Great artwork doesn’t need to be big.

That’s what the Pitt Meadows Public Library wants to help prove with the upcoming Tiny Art Show event.

Throughout the month of May, a collection of paintings on very small canvases will be on display in the library for people to admire for free.

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Right now, local artists can head down to the library and pick up a tiny canvas, which they will then create their own masterpiece on, and return it to the library by April 25.

This will be the third annual Tiny Art Show hosted by the Pitt Meadows Public Library, with the artwork on display for all to enjoy starting May 9.

Supplies are limited but can be picked up at the library, 12099 Harris Rd., during open hours.

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Brandon Tucker

About the Author: Brandon Tucker

I have been a journalist since 2013, with much of my career spent covering sports and entertainment stories in Alberta.
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