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Artists walk at Penticton Art Gallery

Surrounded by his paintings of the 1955 Vees, his wife Camille and art patrons, artist Glenn Clark introduces his new show, First Person Narrative, at the Penticton Art Gallery. The show continues until March 18. - Steve Kidd/Western News
Surrounded by his paintings of the 1955 Vees, his wife Camille and art patrons, artist Glenn Clark introduces his new show, First Person Narrative, at the Penticton Art Gallery. The show continues until March 18.
— image credit: Steve Kidd/Western News
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