Pictures from two mediums decorate Imagine That! in February

Mill Bay photographer Fraser Clark works in a number of styles - Fraser Clark
Mill Bay photographer Fraser Clark works in a number of styles
— image credit: Fraser Clark

A versatile artist who got her start painting furniture.

A former art gallery owner who paints pictures with his camera.

Cowichan creators Fraser Clark and Lynelle Scales are the featured artists throughout March in downtwon Duncan's artists co-op Imagine That!

According to a media release, Clark has lived in Mill Bay since 2004. Born and raised in Vancouver, he has also lived in New Zealand and for 22 years in Toronto.

"(Clark's) early childhood fascination with nature when finally combined with a photographer's eye, developed in over 20 years of running a photographic gallery in Toronto and consulting to the corporate community, has produced many of the pieces on display and for sale," the release reads.

Scales, meanwhile, was born and raised in Victoria.

"Her passion for art began at an early age; she has always had a love to create," the release reads. "Twenty-three years ago, Lynelle started a small business in the Cowichan Valley offering seasonal window painting, interior custom murals on walls, furniture and linens, faux painting, as well as commission artwork. In 2011 and 2012, she has created paintings on canvas, limited addition giclee prints, and cards of her art work."

Their work can be viewed between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. at the 251 Craig St storefront.

For more information, call 250-748-6776.

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