Britannia Mine Museum arts event to showcase local talent

Copper & Fire Arts event will feature metalworkers, ceramic artists and more

Local artists will be displaying their talents at making metal and earthen crafts this weekend.

The Britannia Mine Museum’s annual Copper & Fire Arts community event is returning on Sept. 15 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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This event features local artists such as metalworkers using copper and bronze, ceramic artists using a number of different mediums, and jewelers.

People from Squamish might be particularly interested in the work of Angela Muellers, a resident from town who specializes in copper plate portraits.


Other featured craftspeople are:

Byron Anderson, Gibsons, Wire Tree Artist

Hazel Cruse, Vancouver, Copper Jewelry:

Sarah Groves, Vancouver, Metalsmith/Jeweller

Ania Kyte, Mission, Glass Lampwork Bead Artist

Jim Unger, Abbotsford, Copper Artist




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