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Kelowna Art Gallery

Julie Oakes' series "Awestruck, Calendar of Ecology," is on view Feb. 19 to Aug. 13, 2018 at the Kelowna Art Gallery’s satellite space at the Kelowna International Airport. more

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The Kelowna Art Gallery announces the appointment of Toby Lawrence as Curator effective July 4, 2017. more

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A new exhibition, "A Legacy of Canadian Art from Kelowna Collections," opening on Canada Day at the Kelowna Art Gallery aims to take viewers on a journey through the past 150 years of visual art in Canada. more

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Boyhood memories are the starting point for Kelowna-based artist Dylan Ranney’s most recent artistic undertaking. His installation, entitled Refuge, is currently on view in the outdoor courtyard space at the Kelowna Art Gallery. more

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A duck, a blackbird, an avocet, a coyote, and even a gryphon were spotted recently at YLW – what makes it even more interesting is that they were seen inside the airport terminal. more

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Has something escaped? This may be a question that comes to mind when visitors first enter the new garden installed at the Kelowna Art Gallery. more

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John Hall, "Orbit," 2009

Collection of the artist.

Depicting ordinary objects – trash, doughnuts, constructed tableaus of the personal and mundane – in gleaming, photorealistic splendour is more than a style for Okanagan-based painter John Hall. more

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Jeroen Witvliet’s newest paintings at the Kelowna Art Gallery present impenetrable, unknowable scenes of seeming post-calamity. We sense aftermath, knowing this stillness follows a maelstrom that just happened. more

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"Wharf"

Collection of the artist.

Ron Shuebrook, a senior Canadian artist, is known for his paintings but also has a robust drawing practice. more

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Visitors to the Kelowna International Airport (YLW) will notice something new on their way to the departure gates. Penticton-based artist Johann Wessels has created an installation entitled "Side Show" located near the security screening area. more

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Christos Dikeakos is a well-known Vancouver artist, but he and his wife, Sophie, also own an apple orchard in the Okanagan Valley, where he spends time working outdoors, taking photographs and thinking about water, agriculture and land use. more

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Glenn Clark, Penticton, was commissioned by the Kelowna Art Gallery to create an installation piece for the Kelowna International Airport. more

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Calgary artist Bill Rodgers did something unusual in 1992. He went back to works he had made between 1978 and 1989 and began to scrape down and paint over them. more

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The Kelowna Art Gallery is pleased to announce that Halifax-based artist Mitch Mitchell has been selected as the winner of the Okanagan Print Triennial 2012. more

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There’s a certain audacity in titling a painting exhibition The Point Is, as curator Liz Wylie does at the Kelowna Art Gallery. It almost begs the question “What is the point?” more

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Toronto-based artist Barbara Astman explores the commodification of iconic revolutionary Che Guevara in a new exhibition in one of Canada’s most politically conservative cities. At the Kelowna Art Gallery, Astman creates a faux gift shop stocked with more

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Ian Johnston, an architect-turned-sculptor based in Nelson, B.C., examines our relationship with the environment in this provocative installation focusing on the ubiquitous plastic bag. more

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Keith Langergraber's "Rattlesnake Island" at the Kelowna Art Gallery Explores Okanagan Myths and Monsters more

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Nobuo Kubota pays tribute to influential Japanese artist Katsushika Hokusai in an upcoming exhibition at the Kelowna Art Gallery called "Hokusai Revisited." more

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WITH A LIGHT, FREE HAND, THIS B.C. ARTIST CAPTURES THE CHANGING FACE OF HER MOUNTAIN HOME. more

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