Art exhibits around Kelowna

Listing of what's showing at art galleries in and around Kelowna.


New Works by Female Artists 10-5 Tues to Sat until May 15 at Hambelton Galleries.

Jordi Alfaro scultptures to June 5 at SOPA Fine Arts, 2934 South Pandosy.


Kelowna Art Gallery

1315 Water St

Okanagan Print Triennial 2012 to June 17.

Art in Action: SD23 student exhibition to June 24.

UBCO printmaking students exhibit to June 24.

Family Sundays Hands-on creative activities, 1-4 pm every Sunday. $4 each.

Art Classes for kids to adults.


Kelowna Museums Queensway and Ellis

B.C. Orchard Museum at the Laurel Packinghouse, Ellis and Cawston.


Alternator Centre for Contemporary Art

Rotary Centre, 421 Cawston

David Wilson: Power Comes in a Form of a Circle, Okanagan Nation artist to May 20.


Rotary Centre


Angela Bonten, Trina Ganson, Bonnie Anderson in the Alex Fong Gallery; Aunaray C.Clusiau in the Upper Mezzanine; Janet Stein, Ponderosa Spinners Weavers & Fibre Artists, Kelowna Sculptors Network in the display cases through May.


CCFO French Cultural Centre


Lake Country Gallery



Creatio Art Gallery

located at Ex Nihilo Vineyards, 1525 Camp Rd., Lake Country

Martha Adams through April.

Erotic Art Show to June 22.


Briar Craig to Oct. 22 at Kelowna Art Gallery’s art wall in the Kelowna Airport departures area.




SOPA Fine Arts

2934 South Pandosy

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