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Water is focus at Scenes of Sandbanks originals show and sale

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Water is the driving force in nature – Leonardo da Vinci

The County is surrounded by water, has several lakes, rivers and streams and yet is one of the driest counties in Ontario.
Explore the theme of water at this year’s Scenes of Sandbanks original art show and sale opening Nov. 1 from 2-5 p.m. and continuing Nov. 2-23 Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Black Prince Winery, 13370 Loyalist Parkway, Picton.
Proceeds will be directed to the Friends of Sandbanks Provincial Park for future projects.

There can be many themes on Water. It falls in many guises from a gentle Irish mist, to golf ball size hailstones, to drifts of pristine snow. We drink it as is, infused with coffee or Scotch, tea or lemons. We play on it, skating on frozen ponds, swim lengths in a pool, and who hasn’t lobbed water balloons at passing canoes. Water supports and gives life to everything on earth, from water lilies on a tranquil pond to massive hydro electric plants near James Bay.
To that end the artists in this year’s show are honouring water in all its shapes and forms. Works of art that celebrate
Water and all its incarnations will be presented. Over forty County artists are featured in the show in a variety of media. Acrylic to Watercolour, Embroidery and Quilting, Jewellery and Glass, Ceramic, Stone and Metal.
Enjoy a glass of wine in Black Prince’s Tasting Room and feast your eyes on ‘Water’ in the Art Cellar.

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