art exhibit

A portion of Kelly Perry’s silkscreen on paper art, “Pushing and Pulling”, is shown here. The full artwork will be on display at the Salmon Arm Art Gallery from Aug. 28 to Oct. 9, 2021. (Kelly Perry Art)

Thompson-Okanagan artists to showcase their work at Salmon Arm printmaking exhibition

‘Pull: Printmaking in the Time of Covid’ opens Aug. 28 at the Salmon Arm Art Gallery

 

Chipping Sparrows, 1909, mixed media on paper, Vernon Public Art Gallery permanent collection. (Allan Brooks)

Okanagan nature centre hosts original Allan Brooks art

First ever exhibit at the Allan Brooks Nature Centre

 

(Brendan Shykora - Morning Star)

‘Local Losers’ have a place to create with Vernon art studio opening

A new art studio geared towards youth opened on main street June 1

 

March of the Masks Arts Council of the North Okanagan and special guest artist Bob Kingsmill’s work on display, and most for sale, until April 5 at the Arts Centre, located at the entrance to Polson Park, next to the Okanagan Science Centre. Monday to Thursday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Friday to Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Contributed photo)

Okanagan displays March of the Masks

From the paper and cloth masks of the pandemic, to creative Mardi Gras masks

March of the Masks Arts Council of the North Okanagan and special guest artist Bob Kingsmill’s work on display, and most for sale, until April 5 at the Arts Centre, located at the entrance to Polson Park, next to the Okanagan Science Centre. Monday to Thursday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Friday to Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Contributed photo)
Educational art programs will continue at the Vernon Public Art Gallery thanks to the generousity of the community during Giving Tuesday Dec. 1. (VPAG photo)

Art education continues thanks to North Okanagan donors

VantageOne Credit Union and anonymous donor matched donations to Art Gallery

Educational art programs will continue at the Vernon Public Art Gallery thanks to the generousity of the community during Giving Tuesday Dec. 1. (VPAG photo)
A pop-up art exhibit is open in downtown Vernon Nov. 5-Dec. 24 at 3003 31st St. (ARTE funktional photo)

Art converges in times of distancing in North Okanagan space

New pop-up exhibit on until Christmas Eve

A pop-up art exhibit is open in downtown Vernon Nov. 5-Dec. 24 at 3003 31st St. (ARTE funktional photo)
Astarte, Manwoman’s widow shows Headbones Gallery’s Richard Fogarty the screen prints from Manwoman’s flat files in Cranbrook. (Contributed)
Astarte, Manwoman’s widow shows Headbones Gallery’s Richard Fogarty the screen prints from Manwoman’s flat files in Cranbrook. (Contributed)
UBC Okanagan creativity on display at art gallery

UBC Okanagan creativity on display at art gallery

Experimental sculptural installation and prints by students

UBC Okanagan creativity on display at art gallery
Water draws Okanagan artists together for exhibit

Water draws Okanagan artists together for exhibit

Gallery Vertigo open house Saturday for Spirit of Water

Water draws Okanagan artists together for exhibit
Paper mache Dr. Bonnie Henry stars in North Okanagan exhibit

Paper mache Dr. Bonnie Henry stars in North Okanagan exhibit

Beyond the Mask art show kicks off in Village of Lumby

Paper mache Dr. Bonnie Henry stars in North Okanagan exhibit
Cyanotypes create Swan Lake View by Christine Kashuba, which is on display at the Vernon Public Art Gallery. (Submitted Photo)

Gallery gets creative with Okanagan families amid COVID-19

Family Saturday online event mimics artist Christine Kashuba’s cyanotype process

Cyanotypes create Swan Lake View by Christine Kashuba, which is on display at the Vernon Public Art Gallery. (Submitted Photo)
Brianna Sue, 14, captivated honest emotions with her work titled Hope Among Sadness, special because her mom is a front line worker, during the pandemic. This and 11 other pieces created from various artists during quarantine, will be on display in Lumby at the Village Gallery from Aug. 3-29. (Brieanna Sue art)

North Okanagan art shows heart beyond the mask

Collection of pandemic quarantine art on display from locals to as far as Newfoundland

Brianna Sue, 14, captivated honest emotions with her work titled Hope Among Sadness, special because her mom is a front line worker, during the pandemic. This and 11 other pieces created from various artists during quarantine, will be on display in Lumby at the Village Gallery from Aug. 3-29. (Brieanna Sue art)
Volunteers Karen (from left), Linda and Bev, work to ready the The Village Gallery and Monahsee Arts Council office for reopening July 2, 2020. (Monashee Arts Council photo)

North Okanagan Art Gallery dusts off from COVID-19 for reopening

Vernon Silver Star Quilters featured in the July exhibit

Volunteers Karen (from left), Linda and Bev, work to ready the The Village Gallery and Monahsee Arts Council office for reopening July 2, 2020. (Monashee Arts Council photo)
The Lake Country Art Gallery presents Significance Stares at Me from Everywhere July 4-Aug. 16. (Katherine Coe art)

Significance on display at North Okanagan art gallery

Local and Vancouver artists come together for exhibit

The Lake Country Art Gallery presents Significance Stares at Me from Everywhere July 4-Aug. 16. (Katherine Coe art)
Ela Mekherjee, a ceramic artist visiting from India, has her work on display June 26-July 2 at the Vernon Community Arts Centre. (Submitted photo)

India artist leaves legacy after Okanagan visit cut short by COVID

Clay journals experiences transitioning from winter to spring, on exhibit

Ela Mekherjee, a ceramic artist visiting from India, has her work on display June 26-July 2 at the Vernon Community Arts Centre. (Submitted photo)
Student Cassie Mckenzie’s art work, Rediscovery, 2020. Digital Animation

UBCO fine arts students take year-end exhibit online

The exhibit Any Moment opened online today

Student Cassie Mckenzie’s art work, Rediscovery, 2020. Digital Animation
COVID fails to curb creativity at Okanagan art gallery

COVID fails to curb creativity at Okanagan art gallery

Virtual art lesson and live-streamed tours in store as gallery shuts its doors

COVID fails to curb creativity at Okanagan art gallery
The exhibit runs for the next two months at the Kelowna Art Gallery (Photo courtesy of Kelowna Art Gallery)

Exhibit at Kelowna Art Gallery lets participants conduct their own symphony

The “Experiment in F# Minor” exhibit runs from January 18 to March 15

The exhibit runs for the next two months at the Kelowna Art Gallery (Photo courtesy of Kelowna Art Gallery)
Summerland’s Robert Dmytruk sits in a studio surrounded by his creations. (Submitted Photo)

Okanagan gallery gets a splash of colour

Two Canadian artists are taking their explorations of colour to another level

Summerland’s Robert Dmytruk sits in a studio surrounded by his creations. (Submitted Photo)
Portraiture Through The Eyes of Artist Nicholas Pearce

Portraiture Through The Eyes of Artist Nicholas Pearce

Painter teaches the art of the portrait and exhibits students’ work

  • Mar 6, 2019
Portraiture Through The Eyes of Artist Nicholas Pearce