Doris Scarff to have showing at Armour Mountain Gallery

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Artist Doris Scarff

Doris Scarff’s love of painting and animals comes together in the variety of canvas she uses. Painting on rocks to saw blades and anything else paint will adhere to.

Born and raised in the North Thompson Valley, art has always been a part of her life.  With both of her parents being artistic, and growing up on a farm, she found ways to fill the long winter evenings with expressing herself in her art.  Her passion is painting animals, although she has painted everything from grain elevators, trains, and old pickups, to people’s special pets.

Her rocks and saw blades have found homes all over Canada, USA, Europe, and Australia.

Scarff will be the featured artist of the month of May at the Armour Mountain Art Gallery.  She will be on had to meet and greet gallery visitors on Thursday, May 2, from 5-6:30 p.m.  The gallery is located at #4 4480 Barriere Town Road.


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