Symphony by Diana Robles

Robson artist shows in Nelson

The White House Backpacker Lodge is unveiling a unique art exbibit titled A Gift of the Moon by Diana Robles.

The White House Backpacker Lodge is unveiling a unique art exbibit titled A Gift of the Moon by Diana Robles on Sunday, May 6 from 6 to 8 p.m.

Internationally recognized Kootenay artist Diana Robles’ paintings will be on display and available for purchase throughout the spring and summer.

Robles multi-layered works have been described as “powerfully intricate.”

Her remarkable creativity draws you in, not only to the power of her vision, but to its artistic truth.

Robles, who lives in Robson, has been painting for more than 30 years — her pieces belong to collections all over the world.

Light refreshments available will be available at the opening. For more information contact the White House Backpacker Lodge.

 

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