The Beaux Arts Bazaar at the Quesnel Art Gallery opened Saturday, Nov. 16.

Beaux Arts Bazaar runs until Dec. 24 in Quesnel

Local artists selling one-of-a-kind gifts at Quesnel Art Gallery

Looking for a unique, handmade gift for yourself or someone special this Christmas?

Quesnel Art Gallery member artists and artisans are selling a wide variety of one-of-a-kind items for the next five weeks during the gallery’s annual Beaux Arts Bazaar.

At least a dozen artists and artisans from Quesnel and the surrounding area are participating, selling a range of handcrafted items, including bookmarks, ornaments, pottery, carvings, felting, digital art, glass work, painting, photography, drawings, soy candles and cards.

The Beaux Arts Bazaar is open Tuesday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Quesnel Art Gallery at 500 North Star Rd.

The show opened Saturday, Nov. 16 and runs to Tuesday, Dec. 24, and it is sponsored by KPMG and DHJ Design Studio.

For more information about the Beaux Arts Bazaar, visit quesnelartgallery.com.

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These felted mice by Marguerite are just some of the local works available at the Beaux Arts Bazaar.

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