The fourth annual Sunshine Coast Arts Crawl, with over 300 participating artists and 122 participating venues, invites enthusiasts to visit studios and galleries from Langdale to Lund October 19 and 20. On the Art Crawl map now available throughout the Coast, potter Liz de Beer’s Klaywerk Studio in Langdale is ‘number one.’
De Beer, a South African transplant who arrived in Canada 16 years ago, is a well-established artist with her African-inspired work on display as part of the North Shore Credit Union’s permanent collection, on display at branches from October 2013 through April 2015. She is also represented by the BC Potters Guild Gallery on Granville Island, the Seymour Art Gallery in Deep Cove and the Gibsons Public Art Gallery.
An outspoken ambassador of the arts, Liz looks forward to meeting the public at her studio during the Sunshine Coast Arts Crawl. Participating galleries and studios, listed in the brochure, are open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, October 19 and Sunday, October 20.
For more information, or to check out the online auction, visit www.sunshinecoastartcrawl.com