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Sharing the art of the hobbitat

Sharing the art of the hobbitat: Artist Mary Teer anchored the Campbell River Art Gallery’s Christmas Market on Saturday with demonstrations of the creation of her unique west coast driftwood village tableaus.  Janet Macey, right, came all the way from Comox to meet Teer, purchase one of her pieces and inquire about taking a classes. - Brian Kieran/The Mirror
Sharing the art of the hobbitat: Artist Mary Teer anchored the Campbell River Art Gallery’s Christmas Market on Saturday with demonstrations of the creation of her unique west coast driftwood village tableaus. Janet Macey, right, came all the way from Comox to meet Teer, purchase one of her pieces and inquire about taking a classes.
— image credit: Brian Kieran/The Mirror
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