David Alexander arrives at the Kelowna Art Gallery

The new David Alexander exhibit features works the size of one
The new David Alexander exhibit features works the size of one's hand and the size of a whole wall, not to mention the sketch book, encased under glass throughout the Kelowna Art Gallery display.
— image credit: contributed

This Thursday, nationally renown painter David Alexander gives the Capital News a taste of his unique world view.

A show of his landscapes, seven years in the making, opened at the Kelowna Art Gallery Friday evening with much fanfare.

The exhibition is accompanied by a book on the work, edited by the gallery's curator Liz Wylie and featuring an essay of hers within; the show goes on national tour in 2013.


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