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 "Painting is another way of keeping a diary." 
Pablo Picasso

You might be wondering what exactly the arts does for a community? From local galleries to life-size wall murals, a community full of art and artists is a community full of culture. Public art reflects a community and its surroundings working to cultivate a cultural identity by setting a community apart and attracting people to its uniqueness. Artwork helps express a community's values and creates an elevated sense of awareness for community members and visitors. Research has even shown that cities that emphasize art have more civic and social engagement, better child welfare and even lower poverty rates. 


This carousel is a small sampling of the artwork you can experience during The Shuffle! There is no question artist studios are magical and fantastical places, but so are the businesses that exhibit artwork. Now get your Shuffle vibe on!

Tamara Grand "First Kiss"
Melanie Ellery_ontheverge_36x48
Tammy Pilon "Conscious Energy"
Chris Dunnett "Untitled Engraving 2"
Terra Varey
True Colours_One Soul
Rocio Saucedo_Artwork #2
Christine Yurchuk
Christine Yurchuk_Artwork #1
Gay Mitchell_Gold Creek, Golden Ears Park
Gay Mitchell_ Arbutus
Rocio Saucedo
J Alexine Law_Artwork #1
Amanda Maxwell_Headshot
Melanie Ellery Mysterious Ways
Carolina Licon_Artwork #1
Soheila Siara "Eternity"
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