FLAG sets tone for the season with its opening exhibition

Tonal Interpretations exhibit now on display each weekend at Heritage CN Station in Fort Langley.

Tonal Interpretations, an exhbit of work by Fort Langley Artists Group’s 17 member artists can be viewed at the heritage CN Train Station in Fort Langley from noon to 4 p.m. on weekends until Sunday, June 14.

Tonal Interpretations, an exhbit of work by Fort Langley Artists Group’s 17 member artists can be viewed at the heritage CN Train Station in Fort Langley from noon to 4 p.m. on weekends until Sunday, June 14.

Fort Langley Artists Group kicks off its 22nd year with Tonal Interpretations.

The exhibit features work by the FLAG’s 17 established and emerging artists, who live in Fort Langley, the City of Langley or the Township of Langley.

The public is invited to stop by Fort Langley’s heritage CN Station to see how the artists in the group have interpreted a rather challenging theme.

One of the most surprising pieces, said founding artist Margo Harrison, is a horse rendered in thousands of staples. It was created by Judy Vanderveen.  The show can be viewed weekends from noon to 4 p.m. until June 14. The gallery is located at the corner of Glover Road and Mavis Avenue.