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Artist Megan Evans and Mystic Lane Gallery Megan Evans is a Sooke artist who is inspired by nature and local wildlife. She enjoys painting in bold colors and ever-evolving styles to keep her paint collections fresh and exciting.
Mystic Lane is an online gallery created by Sooke artist Megan Evans to feature her one of kind acrylic paintings. Inspired by local beauty, Megan combines her passion for nature and bold, vibrant colors into acrylic offerings that include many sizes and styles. Other unique items include resin art (octopuses, candle holders, trinket boxes, keychains), blank art/photo cards, tote bags and hand cut glass tile mosaics. Megan’s work can be found at the Sooke Night Market every Thursday evening, 5pm-8pm from June 1 to September 7 on the grounds of the Sooke Region Museum. Her works may also be viewed in her Sooke studio. “Chronic pain influenced my art and my life for decades. I believe I create joyful pieces to bring happiness to others, because I know what it feels like to be isolated. As a quiet person, I feel that painting has always been a safe space to allow me to express my feelings and be as loud as I want on canvas.
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The West Coast Trail is a world renowned backpacking trail. Open from May 1st until September 30th, this gruelling 75 km (47 mi) trek is well worth the challenge for the breathtaking examples of the West Coast of Vancouver Island.
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Our Coast has long been inspiration to all kinds of musicians, writers and painters. It is not hard to see why – take a walk through ancient forests with gnarled trees and green canopies, explore hidden creeks and spot eagles taking flight or bears ambling through the undergrowth.