New works of art at Hambleton Galleries

Works of art from contemporary and post war collections.

Hambleton Galleries has a consignment works feature opening on April 24 and continuing to May 9. The art is from a contemporary and post war collection.

Some of the artists on display will be Greg Hardy, Jack Shadbolt, Robert E. Wood, Roland Gissing.

Ghost Trees, an exhibition featuring the artwork of Aunaray Carol Clusiau, will open May 15 from 5:30 to 8 p.m. The works will remain on display until May 31 .

The gallery’s celebration of summer Floral exhibition will open June 19 at  5:30 p.m. and continue to June 30. The exhibition will feature some of the finest floral painters including Don Berger, Nancy Lucas, Tracy Turcotte, Ron Hedrick and many more.

Through July and August Hambleton will change its displays every week to accommodate featured artists.

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