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Alberta House hosts 'Buried Treasures' and the 'Annual Arts Auction Preview' exhibitions this month

Exhibits open Sept. 5. Artists' reception is Sept. 9
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SAULT STE. MARIE, MICH. - Alberta House Arts Center hosts two exhibits through Sept. 30.

Buried Treasures are revealed in the Olive Craig Gallery, which is filled with a multi-media exhibition of art borrowed from area collectors.

The Mini Gallery Exhibit is also multi-media. Filling this gallery is the annual Art Auction Preview—a look at the works donated for the Sault Area Arts Council’s Oct. 21 Art Auction.

There is much that is nautical in this collection. Viewers will also find Petoskey stone items, jewelry, iron work, highly original fiber work, photographs, dichromatic and fused glass, leather and more. Paintings include originals by Pat Norton and Zoey Wood-Salomon. The Art Auction collection will grow as new work comes in.

The public is cordially invited to the exhibits’ reception on Saturday, Sept. 9, from 2 to 4 p.m.

Alberta House is located at 217 Ferris Street, just half a block south of the Soo Locks.

Regular hours are Tuesday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and admission is free of charge. Early photographs of auction items can be found in the Sault Area Arts Council’s September Alberta House News, a free download on the Art Council’s website. For more information, e-mail: