Three artists come together for anniversary art project Artwork will highlight the 50th anniversary of the Town of Brome Lake

By Taylor McClure

Isabelle Daval, owner of Hors-Cadre, Annie Gosselin, owner of Ma Ani, and Michel Gamache of Art Lab, have joined forces to organize a community project in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Town of Brome Lake called 50 pieds carré de creation pour le 50ième anniversaire. The project involves getting the participation of citizens from the seven villages that make up Brome Lake, Knowlton, Bondville, Fulford, Foster, West Brome, East Hill, and Iron Hill, to create a piece of artwork that will be unveiled during the 50th anniversary celebrations. The group is now seeking the creative input of the local community. 

After reaching out to people in the community for ideas on how the 50th anniversary of Brome Lake could be celebrated, the town approached Daval asking her if she would be willing to organize the artistic project that she suggested. “I was looking, looking, looking, and we have three galleries in Knowlton so I thought it would be good for the three of us to work together on the project.”

After finding her collaborators, Daval, Gosselin, and Gamache slowly started to organize the project. 

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