Blue Night was back on Friday evening with free art openings featuring the work of 18 artists at nine venues in Nelson. Touchstones Nelson participated with the opening of Found: The Art of Re-Use.

Blue Night brings warmth to Nelson’s downtown through art

Many art lovers braved the chilly Friday evening to take in stunning works of art on display in venues throughout downtown.



Bundled in their hats and mittens, many art lovers braved the chilly Friday evening to take in stunning works of art on display in venues throughout Nelson’s downtown.

Blue Night was back with art openings featuring the work of 18 artists at nine locations in Nelson.

Blue Night is an ever-growing Nelson art event inspired by Art Walk. Most of the artwork will remain on display so you can still check out the inspiring creations.

-Kirsten Hildebrand photos

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