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The show comes together cohesively, even though the pieces are wildly different in approach, theme and materials.
Germaine Koh's overarching goal for her Kelowna Art Gallery installation is to help people “imagine other models for living.”
The Scottish vernacular, wally dugs, piqued artist Susan Menzies interest for a showing at the Kelowna Art Gallery.
The intensely creative and focused individuals featured in any creative endeavor are, in fact, artists.
KAG's latest installation at Kelowna International Airport is a suite of five paintings by Coldstream-based artist Heidi Thompson.
Through the decades, Hall has stuck to hyper-realist painting…
Krista Belle Stewart uses historical source materials and documents as she explores First Nations histories.
Amy Modahl explores our cultural obsession with imposed harmony and chaotic reality.
Fate can have tricks up its sleeve…animals in her abstract shapes began to spontaneously appear.
Works produced in printmaking during Landon Mackenzie's undergraduate years;then paint on huge canvases.
A recurring motif in the artist’s works on view is the circle, which appears dark and sheltering…
Witlviet's paintings draw from Dutch artists of the past–Bruegel, Bosch, Rembrandt, and, of course, Vincent van Gogh.
Working in a mash-up of cultures, Dion produces sophisticated work that addresses the issues of living today as a First Nations person.
Artistic garden work in the outdoor courtyard at the Kelowna Art Gallery has things to grow up, things to throw out.
Valerie Rogers' geese are painted on panels spanning 33 feet of space in the departures area of the Kelowna International Airport.
This is traditional pure painting at its best. The time period covered is from 1920 to the 1950s, with many works from the Depression era.
Visitors familiar with modern and contemporary art may see echoes of or nods to the works of well-known artists…
Everyone brings their own experience to their looking and encounter with Ron Shuebrook’s works at the Kelowna Art Gallery.
Despite their being completely abstract, Smith’s works in the current show might make viewers think of landscapes.
Wessels was thinking about a travelling side show as a metaphor for a touring exhibition of work by a contemporary artist.