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Art show to give youth exposure

Kit Langfield spends his days creating art through his job at Pirate Palace Tattoo Studios on Seymour Street. In his off-work time, he creates other art on canvases. On Saturday, Nov.
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Kit Langfield spends his days creating art through his job at Pirate Palace Tattoo Studios on Seymour Street.

In his off-work time, he creates other art on canvases.

On Saturday, Nov. 14, he’s joining other young artists — many of them locals with a couple from out of town — to share some of their creations at a show at Heritage House, 100 Lorne St., from noon to 8 p.m.

Langfield said his goal is to expose the upcoming young artists to the community and perhaps help them sell some of their works. The group includes Kelly Wright, Laura MacRae, Rachel Dykerman, Amie Stolz, Riley Senuinas, Jack Urquhart and Nicole Lincoln.

Langfield wants to include a variety of media in the show and has sought out artists who do abstracts, sculpture, air-brushing, modern art and even graffiti.

Admission is free and it’s family-friendly, with the proviso parents ensure young ones keep their fingers off the works.