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St. Helen’s celebrates local talent at May 28 Art Fair

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By on April 1, 2022

St. Helen’s Anglican Church in Orleans was proud to host a virtual fine Art Fair during the height of the COVID-19 crisis in May 2021. The Fair showcased over 130 works of fine art by eighteen local artists and contributed over $2,000 to the local arts community and $1,400 to St. Helen’s ministry.

For 2022, St. Helen’s is again pleased to be sponsoring a fine Art Fair for community artists, a number of whom exhibit their art in local galleries. The in-person Art Fair will be held on Saturday, May 28 between 10am and 3pm at St. Helen’s Church, 1234 Prestone Dr., Orleans.

If you are looking for original art to make a statement in your home or considering Christmas or other gifts, the St. Helen’s fine Art Fair will have something for you. There will be an ample variety of styles and media to suit everyone’s tastes and budget. 

The St. Helen’s Art Fair may be one of the first in-person gallery shows since the COVID closures in 2021 so all of the artists are excited about the Fair and many have expressed their pleasure about being able to participate: 

“Looking forward to this!  You will be my first in person show since the closure!  Woohoooo!!”

“So glad you made it possible for me in your show this year.”

“Fingers crossed that this will happen in person.”

“I would be pleased to be there, especially that it’s an in-person one this time.”

“That’s super. I would love to participate.”

“Very excited about this show!  I’ll keep my fingers and toes crossed!”

Please note that any Diocesan COVID restriction still in place in May will be followed and if the COVID situation again restricts our ability to conduct an in-person event, we will revert to a virtual Art Fair as in 2021. Announcements will be made on our Facebook page.

You may contact [email protected] for further information. 

You can view the gallery of art work on our website www.sthelensartfair.ca and follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/sthelensartfair. 

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