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Spring colours at Hambleton Galleries

After a long winter, Hambleton Galleries in Kelowna celebrates the spring with bright colours and fun paintings that have some spring in their step.

Hamblton has two new paintings by well known artists.

Elizabeth Dykosky is doing a lot of work overseas in recent months mainly in the portrait area but she just finished a big bright painting of parrots called Paradise.

And the gallery currently has a beautiful painting by Renato Muccillo of a floral still life called Arrangement In Blue.

There is more work by other artists too, so take some time to peruse the galleries to get your fix of springtime colours.

Hambleton Galleries are at 1290 Ellis Street in Kelowna.

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