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New Works by Female Artists

New works by many of Hambelton Galleries' female artists are sure to provide something for everyone.

Works by Daphne Odjig will be hanging alongside Tresa Gibson, giant flowers by Robin Lake hanging near miniature vineyards by Tiffany Hastie, realistic landscapes by Gaye Adams hanging near abstract mind scapes by Bonnie Roberts.

And there are many more than can be mentioned.

Take some time and visit Hambleton Galleries to help bring you out of the winter blahs and into the spring and summer yahoos.

The show will hang until May 15. Bring your visitors around for something special to do in Kelowna.

The gallery, at 290 Ellis St., is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Tuesday to Saturday.

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