Samantha Sharisse at Rutland Library

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Samantha Sharisse is a recent graduate of Emily Carr University now residing in the North Okanagan. Her work generally surrounds land and seascapes and the interactions and feelings of the organic forms created. Her passion for expressing the feelings behind the geometries in nature are what guide her artwork and give it its electric feel. […]

Pat Nelson at Dr Grover Dental

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To Pat Nelson, the most powerful and poignant art is that which captures life in the moment: a gesture, a pose, a facial expression; the interactions between people or animals. She seeks to create work that will provoke an emotion in the viewer. Architecture from her travels around the world inspires Pat to portray the […]

Brandy Barry, Chris Waneck, Gail Hodgson, June Seed and Elyse Selig at the Downtown Library

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  Brandy Barry-Wyatt was born in 1974 in Edmonton Alberta.  She is a self-taught contemporary artist with education at The Centre for Arts and Technology for 3D animation. Brandy has been practicing art since the young age of 9 and started with thelove of horses. Brandy spent several years traveling along with music festivals, selling […]

Angela Gmeinweser, Gabrielle Strong, and Rho Shaw at Okanagan College Library

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    Angela Gmeinweser is a Bachelor of Fine Arts student at the University of British Columbia Okanagan with a focus in a variety of different media including painting, sculpture, and video. Her work often navigates relationship to place and through this exploration focuses on how communities and individuals choose to form their relationship to natural surroundings.  These […]

Megan Bowers at the Kelowna Community Theatre

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In the exhibition, Houses of Kelowna, Bowers documents the unique and quirky houses in Kelowna. Photographing homes as subjects, gives the viewer a chance to reconsider  something that is often ignored. Each house was photographed for its particular shape, colour and symmetry. When people think of Kelowna they tend to think of contemporary and expensive homes […]

Tara Kelly at the Mission Branch of the Okanagan Regional Library

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  Tara Kelly’s body of work contains four principles and themes: isolation, facade, reality and imagination.  By incorporating the real and the imagined, she strives to reveal the truth that lies under outward appearances.  She uses isolation as a design element to place emphasis on her subjects, and to convey the emptiness of detachment. Kelly has […]

Natasha Harvey at Kelowna Chamber of Commerce

Natasha Harvey creates both abstract and representational paintings. She is a mixed media artist and collage is a key element in her work. Her inspiration flows from daily life, dreams, nature, popular culture, fantasy and a variety of cultural interests and experiences. Natasha has discovered throughout her education and life that the process of painting […]

Les Louis at Kelowna Tickets

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Les Louis is a member of the Lower Similkameen Indian Band, part of the Okanagan Nation. He has received an Associate’s Degree in 2-D and 3-D arts from the Okanagan University College in Kelowna BC, Canada. He also received an Associate’s Degree in 2-D and 3-D arts from the Institute of American Indian Arts in […]

Call for Sculpture Submissions

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The Artscape exhibition program is looking for Sculpture work to exhibit in our newly returned space: Kelowna Tickets! Artscape invites both emerging and established artists to take this unique opportunity to exhibit their work for a broad audience. Artscape exhibitions aim to inspire new meaningful relationships with local businesses and viewers who may not usually […]

Vanessa Trenholm at Aubin & Associates

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In this exhibition, Vanessa Trenholm seeks to explore the delicate balance between creation and chaos—intuition versus control. She does so by building up multiple layers of acrylic paint, translucent rice paper, oil pastel, and ink, before cutting and tearing back into them to reveal a new image constructed from pieces and fragments of its former […]