Bermuda Arts Centre’s ‘Small Works’ Show

The Bermuda Arts Centre will open its once-a-year ‘Small Works’ display on Friday [Nov 19] from 5.30pm to 7.00pm at the Washington Mall.

A spokesperson stated, “The Bermuda Arts Centre’s once-a-year ‘Small Works’ opens this Friday.

“We enjoy this clearly show. It is open up to our artists to enter something they would like, the only rule currently being that practically nothing can be larger sized than 8″x10″ [for paintings this is unframed size]. This presents a flexibility to the artist and also a decrease price tag line to the buyer with little will work accessible.

“This clearly show is nothing quick of impressive with get the job done in all media submitted. Paintings, ceramics, jewelry and combined media. There is assured to be a thing for absolutely everyone in this show. It is a excellent opportunity for Christmas items.

“We invite all to our opening, which will be held at the ‘Wall of Words’ in the Washington Shopping mall – Church Street entrance previously mentioned the staircase main to Beluga Bar.

“As a give back to our valued supporters and buyers, we are supplying 10% off all gross sales for this night time only, so don’t miss out on out on a likelihood to personal a wonderful piece of Bermuda art at a really acceptable cost.

“The clearly show opens at 5.30pm this Friday [November 19] and will be eradicated at the end of the evening at 7.00pm. 1 can nevertheless see and order artwork as we shift our present to The Bermuda Arts Centre in Dockyard. Acquire gain of our 10% off in advance of this takes place.

“For any queries, The Bermuda Arts Centre is open up each individual day from 11.00am to 4.00pm connect with 534 2809 or email [email protected]

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