Last chance to purchase or lease a sculpture

Unique works of art – enriching to acquire... a big plus for your business

'Salmon' by Christina Nick is just one of the wonderful creations available

Are you a business owner and would like to draw attention to your place of business? Have you always wanted to own or display an original work of art? If so, don’t miss out on the chance to buy or lease a sculpture from the 2012 Sculpturewalk line-up.

On April 13 the downtown sculptures will be coming down, heading to our partner Sculpturewalks in the U.S., on to their new owners, or back to the artists. “It’s always a bittersweet moment,” says Sculpturewalk Executive Director Joy Barrett. “It’s exciting, though, as we know it’s all in preparation for this year’s installation day and Opening Gala on May 25.

“It’s a fabulous line-up this year, and I know that the community is excited to see what we have in store for them!” Several sculptures have already been sold and leased, but there are still many beautiful pieces available for either outright purchase, annual lease, or lease-to-own. For the full-colour Sales & Leasing catalog including all pricing, please contact Joy Barrett, Executive Director, at castlegarsculpturewalk@gmail.com or visit our website at www.sculpturewalkcastlegar.com. Join us in creating a vital, vibrant downtown filled with art and art appreciators. Together, we’re making a difference to the community and the region, one sculpture at a time.

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