Peachland Art Gallery 2020 Exhibition Schedule
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PEACHLAND ART GALLERY 2020 EXHIBITION SCHEDULE
“5th Annual Captured Images”: The largest and longest running fine art photography exhibition in the Okanagan. Saturday, January 18th – Sunday, March 8th.
“Elements”: A colorful response to our interaction with Earth, Air, Fire and Water presented by two prolific Okanagan artists: Daniel A. Dearborn, an acrylic landscape artist and Nancy Dearborn, a fused glass artist. Saturday, March 14th – Sunday, April 26th.
“Inner Rainforest”, an interpretation of the inner rainforests of the West Kootenay region presented by watercolour artist Shelley L. Ross. In conjunction with acrylic artist Kelly Corbett’s “Aqueous” featuring realistic paintings of British Columbia, with an emphasis on both the Okanagan and West Coast. Saturday, May 2nd – Sunday, June 14th.
“7th Annual Oasis Exhibition” – Federation of Canadian Artists/Central Okanagan Chapter. Sunday, June 21st – Sunday, July 26th.
Artists in Studio featuring new local artists weekly, working and displaying in the Gallery Monday, July 27th - Sunday, August 23rd in conjunction with Form & Fibre, a mixed media presentation of local artists, Saturday. August 1st – Sunday, August 23rd.
“Bohemian Muse” 4 artists, Carney Oudendag, Elaine Hatch, Allanah Weston and Lisa Hewitt, embrace select notions of bohemia! The off beat, the far out, along with lush colors, patterns, textures and objects are explored in these mixed media works. The bohemian muse transcends time. Saturday, August 29th – Sunday, September 27th.
“20/20 Vision” is based on 57 personal interpretations of the concept of 20/20 vision in light of the Fibre Art Network celebrating 20 years as a cooperative of fibre artists based in Western Canada. Hanging with “3,2,1 Create”, a collaboration of 2 fibre artists Krista Zeghers & Coreen Zerr with Don Zeghers, a fine art photographer. Saturday, Oct. 3rd – Sunday, Nov.1st.
Project Heroes: The Faces & Stories of Sacrifice. This exhibit reveals the Canadian soldiers who died in Afghanistan, as much more than soldiers: Buddhist, joker, cat lover, childhood protector on the playground, musician, or fitness buff. It gives insight to the many lives touched by war; the soldiers’ families, the wounded in body and spirit, and the Afghan people.
The exhibit is haunting and uplifting at the same time. Visitors are reminded of the profound impact of war, the incredible spirit of those who were lost to it and discover the touching thread that is revealed through the soldiers’ stories. Saturday, Nov. 7th – Sunday, Nov. 29th.
Artists of the Okanagan returns for its 5th year, featuring local artists displaying works representing a variety of mediums. Saturday, December 5th – Wednesday, December 23rd, REOPENS Sunday, January 10th – Sunday, January 17th.
On Saturday, November 28th we will reveal a large Christmas tree in the VIC decorated with ornaments created by local artists.