The human figure explored through art at Ex Nihilo

Ex Nihilo Vineyards and The Creatio Gallery are pleased to announce their first annual figurative art show, Body Language.

  • Mar. 5, 2015 8:00 a.m.

Ex Nihilo Vineyards and The Creatio Gallery are pleased to announce their first annual figurative art show, Body Language.

In the spirit of the original  Ex Nihilo  sculpture by Frederick Hart, and renowned artist Igor Babailov,  Body Language is a juried exhibition open to artists across Canada.

Body Language will showcase the best of neo- classical, modern and contemporary interpretations of the human figure. Coinciding with The 2015 Okanagan Spring Wine Festival,  Body Language  runs May 1  to 9 , and will conclude with an awards reception on Saturday, May 9 from 7p.m. – 9p.m., featuring canapés and Ex Nihilo wine.

Call to Artists:

We encourage artists of all career levels to apply to Body Language  and welcome everything from the photo realistic to abstract expressionism.

Artists interested in submitting work for  Body Language should email for Submission Guidelines.

For more information about  Body Language, please contact Decoa Harder at Ex Nihilo Vineyards Okanagan Valley or email

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