Lennoxville art group holds 26th spring exhibition

Lennoxville art group holds  26th spring exhibition
(Photo : Aiden Wilson)

By Aiden Wilson
Special to The Record

The Lennoxville Art Group held its 26th spring exhibition this weekend, offering hundreds of artworks for sale, with the proceeds going to charity.
Works from 14 of the group’s artists were on display for the event, ranging from watercolours to acrylics, and with this year’s show not having a set theme, there was no shortage of unique subjects.
Jane Loiselle, one of the ladies in charge of the show, said she has been a part of the group for 12 years now and was gracious enough to show this reporter around.
“All the money we raise this year is going to the Lennoxville Library,” she said, explaining that the cause was selected as a way of giving back to the library that often displays the group’s work for free throughout the year.
Due to the pandemic, the artists didn’t include the usual table of snacks that members of the group love to provide, but it certainly didn’t dissuade people from coming to see the show.
“We’re pleased to be seeing this many people,” said Loiselle, noting that even though this showing was not on Friendship Day, the group still saw dozens of friendly faces come through the door.
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