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My CanadaArtist and organizers Jill Pratt and Lorraine Boucher stand in front of their original art representing “My Canada” for their Canada 150 project.

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The Shoreline Artists Signature Show and Art Sale was a hit with its move from the Pumpkinfest Village to Rotary Hall at the Plex, September 30 and October 1.

Eighteen artists with a variety of art displayed their pieces in the clean, open space which co-organizer Jill Pratt described as “heaven”.

“I think we have more art lookers than we had last year,” said Pratt, adding that on the first day of the art show they saw a steady stream of art lovers mixed with Pumpkinfest attendees who came from shuttle buses as the Plex was used as one of the shuttle drop-off points.

As attendees entered the Plex they were met with the Shoreline Artists Canada 150 project titled “My Canada”. The work of art which was created by Jill Pratt and Lorraine Bouchard will be raffled off to a lucky winner. Money raised from the raffle will go towards a deserving art student from the Class of 2018. Kincardine graduate Lindsay Glover is the 2017 recipient.

PlexPieces from 18 artists were displayed throughout Rotary Hall at the Plex as part of the Shoreline Artists Signature Show and Art Sale.

Lindsay GloverShoreline Artists 2017 Bursary award winner Lindsay Glover of Kincardine had some of her art featured at the September 29 and October 1 event at the Plex in Port Elgin.

Lorraine BoucherShoreline Artist Lorraine Boucher created art with many different mediums including this landscape on a piece of fungus.

Ruth SchreiberPotter Ruth Schreiber and her many creations at the Shoreline Artists Signature Show and Art Sale October 1.

Tom StewartWork by Tom Stewart.

ArtThe “My Canada” piece will be raffled off with the work also being made into smaller takeaway forms. The money from the raffle will go towards a deserving art student in Bruce and Grey County.

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