Téa Watson lies down on the roots of the Knitted Tree at the Salmon Arm Art Gallery during the family arts and crafts session on Saturday

Rooted to the floor

Téa Watson lies down on the roots of the Knitted Tree at the Salmon Arm Art Gallery during the family arts and crafts session

  • Nov. 5, 2015 3:00 p.m.

Téa Watson lies down on the roots of the Knitted Tree at the Salmon Arm Art Gallery during the family arts and crafts session on Saturday, Oct. 31. The display will be available to the public for viewing until Saturday, Nov. 7. As a fundraiser for future projects, the gallery is also selling wrapped branches and leaves from the tree for $10 each or three for $25. There are branches available immediately or branches can be selected on the tree, tagged and picked up when the tree is disassembled.

 

 

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