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Levy on display at the Mac

A sample of Sandra Levy’s work on display at the Gallery at the Mac. - Submitted photo
A sample of Sandra Levy’s work on display at the Gallery at the Mac.
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An exhibition of drawings and paintings by artist Sandra Levy is on at the McPherson Theatre’s, Gallery at the Mac until Feb. 18.

Originally from Montreal, Quebec, Levy studied art  at Concordia University, Ecole des Beaux Arts de Montreal, and at Arizona State University.

She has done graduate work in both fine arts and biology. Levy has works in private collections; the Liberal Arts College of Concordia University; the official residence of the Canadian government representative in Tokyo; and in the rental gallery of the Art Gallery of Victoria. Her works have been shown in Victoria art galleries, such as The Gallery at Mattick’s Farm, She Said Gallery,  The Village Gallery and Xchanges Gallery.

She has exhibited  her artwork in Quebec, Ontario,  Arizona, and in Victoria, where she now lives.

The Gallery at the Mac is open during performances and by appointment. Call 250-361-0800 for more information.

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