GNO’s Nouveau Louvre in Full Swing!
GNO Nouveau Louvre

You only have until December 22nd to purchase original artwork by local artists at GNO’s Nouveau Louvre. 

If there is no Nouveau Louvre artwork under your Christmas tree, there is still time to purchase original artwork that is on display at GNO on Elgin Street. The exhibition runs until December 22nd and GNO is open Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m., and on Thursday and Friday from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m.. At this exact moment, there are still 179 pieces waiting for a new home!

For its 23rd edition, the Nouveau Louvre, GNO’s mythical yearly fundraiser exhibition, offers art lovers even more choice and discoveries. The exhibition gathers dozens of art pieces from local and regional artists, and exhibits them right in Downtown Sudbury’s core.

Public and collaborators of the GNO are very enthusiastic: over 200 people visited the exhibition since its opening on November 24th. Furthermore, the artistic selection is in constant renewal, as new pieces are brought to replace the ones that have left with happy customers.

“This year again, I found fabulous artwork that I want to have in my life. You can never be wrong when you shop here.” – Sylvie Mainville, volunteer and buyer.

The art pieces, which are all for sale for $200, use many different techniques, while the exhibition gives visibility to many artists and attracts new audiences into the gallery. Profits are shared between the artist ($125) and the GNO ($75).

During the last two weeks, the GNO has found new homes for over fifty paintings and sculptures, an important milestone, and has hopes of reaching its goal of selling a hundred, an achievement that would allow the gallery to give back $12,500 to the Nouveau Louvre artists.

Visit the GNO or look at the pieces available online here. Don’t miss out on supporting our local artists and our local art gallery.

For more information on GNO please visit their website and Facebook page.

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