Fundraiser Salt Spring Island hosts Push: an Exhibition of Fine Craft on Victoria Day Long Weekend Event Description Innovation, transcendence, pinnacle. Forty Southern Gulf Islands artisans exhibit exceptional works on Victoria Day long weekend 2023 at historic Mahon Hall on Salt Spring Island. When Friday, May 19, 10 am – 4pm Saturday, May 20 to Monday, May 22, 10 am – 5 pm Purchases may be made in person or online Where Mahon Hall, 114 Rainbow Rd, Salt Spring Island Push – Opening Reception. Come view the spectacular pieces on exhibit! Many of the exhibition’s artisans will be in attendance for this exciting Opening event. Friday, May 19, 6pm Mahon Hall, Salt Spring Island 114 Rainbow Road Public welcome. Free admission. Featuring: Ulrieke Benner – Fibre arts Bill Boyd – Ceramics Seth Burton – Handcrafted knives Joan Carrigan – Basketry Gary Cherneff – Ceramics Donna Cochran – Basketry Ronald T. Crawford – Stonework Dara Woodworks – Woodwork Ella MacQueen Denz – Puppetry Fiona Duthie – Fibre arts Luke Hart-Weller – Furniture/Woodwork Martin Herbert – Functional Scale Sailboats Julie Kemble – Jewelry Jane Kidd – Fibre arts Laura Keil – Ceramics Janaki Larsen – Ceramics Bob Leatherbarrow – Glass Julie MacKinnon – Ceramics Thomas McPhee – Sculptor Steve Paterson – Metalwork Bruce Pearson – Jewelry Peter Pierobon – Sculptural Furniture Susan Purney Mark – Textiles Lari Robson – Sculpture Joanna Rogers – Textiles Andrea Russell – Jewelry Jan Smith – Printmaking/Metalsmithing Michael Surman – Silversmith Melanie Thompson – Mixed media/Basketry Barb Tipton – Ceramics Judy Weeden – Ceramics Grant Wickland – Musical Instruments Janis Woode – Metal sculpture Margo Zak – Ceramics …and more to be confirmed. The Salt Spring National Art Prize Society is proud that many of the exhibitors have been Parallel Art Show finalists.