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CORNWALL, P.E.I. - Zoe Nichols' exhibit, "What Lays in My Soul", a mixed media collection of semi-realistic drawings and paintings, is now on display at the Cornwall Library Art Gallery.
The show runs until Feb. 15.
Then on Feb. 19 at 7 p.m. the opening celebration of Fred and Joyce Gill's exhibit, "Diverging Paths: with brush and needle", will be held. Using their photographs as a starting point, they have put together a show of paintings and needlework. Using the same photos as inspiration, they have each produced an artwork using their preferred medium. The show runs until March 29.
The gallery is located in Cornwall Town Hall off the Trans-Canada Highway in Cornwall. Call 902-629-8415 for information.