Paul Jorgensen Delivery!

03 September, 2020 1 min read

Paul Jorgensen Delivery!

The West End Gallery in Victoria has recently received a new painting from Vancouver Island artist Paul Jorgensen! We have been representing Paul's artwork since 2001, and we are always excited to welcome new whimsical and joyful pieces from him! Hammond Bay is a 30 "x24" acrylic on board work of art, and it is available for viewing at our gallery in Victoria, along with a variety of Paul's artwork.

If you are interested in Paul and his art style, check out his recent feature in the August 2020 edition of Arabella Magazine! Link to article. (This will open a new page)

Visit Paul's page on our website, to learn more about Paul and his artwork and view a selection of his paintings!

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