Community members came out in large numbers to view Pat Gauthier’s art exhibit adorning the walls of the local library in February and March. The show displayed Gauthier’s painting and pastel works inspired by the local scenery.

First ever Fort St. James library art exhibit well-received by community

The art exhibit showcasing works by local visual artist Pat Gauthier was a great success.

The art exhibit showcasing works by local visual artist Pat Gauthier was a great success. There was a vast variety of work of multiple media including watercolor, pastels, water soluble graphite. Viewers saw a display of vibrantly colored landscapes, floral, wildlife and historic pieces.

Over 250 people viewed the display at the Fort St. James Bicentennial Library between February 18th and March 5th, despite the cold weather. Look forward to more displays in the library showcasing the work of other local artists in the future.



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