Three new shows at the Alternator Gallery

‘Explosion’ by Roberta Grewcock, 60” x 30”, acrylic on canvas. - Contributed
‘Explosion’ by Roberta Grewcock, 60” x 30”, acrylic on canvas.
— image credit: Contributed

The Alternator Centre for Contemporary Art invites the public to the opening of three new exhibitions from local artists: -ISH, the Annual Members’ Show; Energy and Movement by Roberta Grewcock; and Aidan Comes Home 02/10/13 by Brit Bachmann. Come out and enjoy these final exhibitions of 2013 with us!

It is that time of year where the world has gotten a bit cold-ish, the trees have turned red-ish and the Alternator gallery walls are blank-ish. In celebration of all things ‘-ish’, the Alternator invites you to this years’ Annual Member’s Show – ISH. A variety of work from Alternator member artists including painting, photography, sculpture and more will be on view from Nov 15 – Dec 15, 2013.

The abstract work of Roberta Grewcock is filled with bright, bold, and vivid colours that come alive and playfully bounce off of each of her canvases. Movement pulls you in and explores a variety of surface textures. Come to feel the contrast of energy and movement in the Alternator Members Gallery.

Local emerging artist Brit Bachmann presents Aidan Comes Home 02/10/13, a site-specific vinyl installation that marries the cultural district’s ongoing obsession with stage performance, and the artist’s obsession with organic performance. Aidan Comes Home 02/10/13 is on display in the Alternator Window Gallery, inside the Rotary Centre for the Arts, from Nov 15 until Jan 16, 2014.

The Alternator Centre for Contemporary Art welcomes you to visit and view the exhibitions.

The Alternator Centre for Contemporary Art is an artist-run centre located in Kelowna at the Rotary Centre for the Arts, 421 Cawston Ave. The Alternator is a registered non-profit charitable organization dedicated to the development of the creative community since 1989.


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