A studio tour – feet first

Twenty local artists and arts groups who will showcase their talents in North Delta on Oct. 4 and 5.

The North Delta Arts Community’s second-annual Studio Stomp will take place Oct. 4 and 5 throughout North Delta.

The two-day art tour will feature exhibits from more than 20 local artists and arts groups who will showcase their talents in eight locations, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. both days.

Participating artists confirmed are Dave Stevens, Lolo (Laura) Stevens, Murray Klassen, Kassandra Klassen, Jacquie Janzen, Alice Loftus, Marie Heath, Louis Briere, Watershed Artworks, The North Delta Potters Guild (Bev Mason, Jodie Kay and Dawn Govier), The Firehall Centre for the Arts, Wayne Turner, Cathy Tyler, The Kwantlen Student Collective, Rita Chaplinsky, Lana Hart and Marie Stoney.

Some of the locations will feature multiple artists – including the Firehall Centre for the Arts (11489 84 Ave.), which will have artworks by high school students Abrianna Keener, Brad Yuen, Tianna Gordon, Brittany Banga, Venessa Saccone and Brian Baron.

For more information, contact Dave Stevens at 604-588-8648, email treewind@dccnet.com or visit www.deltastudiostomp.com. The website has full location and artist information.

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