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They say the third time’s the charm and that was certainly the case at the Third Little Harbour Art Show on November 15.

Third Little Harbour Art Show a Successful Mix of Sights and Sounds

Little Harbour Art Show

By Jo-Ann Bradley

They say the third time’s the charm and that was certainly the case at the Third Little Harbour Art Show on November 15.

Snuggled next to Pete’s Pub was 60 feet of tents, filled with artists and artisans who were members of Abaco Island Artists and their friends. Well-known names included Johnny Cash with underwater  scenes painted in oils , Kim Roberts with her wonderful hand made glass beads and hand painted silk pillows, Steve Knowles with marvelous wooden bowls turned from native woods and embellished with semi precious stones, Atilla Feszt with his funky and edgy wearable graphic arts, Francois Hedden with a form of decoupage  on drift wood not seen on Abaco before, Maureen Koepp with her award winning  quilt art, Melanie and David Rees with jewelery and photography, Lanie Snow with plants to sell including orchids and bromeliads she raised herself right in Little Harbour, rising star Brandin Pinder with his mixed media work, Cheryl Andrews offering massages on the upper deck and many more.

The air was scented with the aroma of slow roasting wild hog, and enhanced with the rocking music of DJ Craig Boo. The event started at noon and ended when the evening arrived, calling an end to the festivities.

All proceeds went to assist the Abaco Cancer Society for all of those on Abaco fighting to overcome and beat a cancer diagnosis.

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