Kelowna gallery members show their own art

Each of the works was professionally photographed and included as a full-page image in the catalogue — a great Christmas gift.

  • Dec. 21, 2016 6:00 a.m.

Drawn Together at KAG

Fittingly entitled Drawn Together, 90 local artists answered the call to explore the realm of drawing for this year’s annual members’ exhibition at the Kelowna Art Gallery.

Submissions came in all variety of media painting, sculpture, photography, digital media as well as approaches to traditional drawing.

The exhibition is in the KAG’s front project space, which is free for the public to view until Feb. 5.

“It is always exciting to see the wide range of works contributed for the annual members’ exhibition,” said Nataley Nagy, KAG’s executive director. “We are once again thrilled to be able to share these with the community as one of the many ways we give back to our valued members for their ongoing support.”

Drawn TogetherA 192-page digital publication was produced to accompany Drawn Together. Each of the works was professionally photographed and has been included as a full-page image in the catalogue. Opposite each image is information about the artists. The publication can be viewed on an iPad installed in the exhibition space, or on your own devices at www.kelownaartgallery.com.

The Kelowna Art Gallery offers four exhibition spaces that showcase changing contemporary and historical Canadian art, at 1315 Water St. in the heart of the Cultural District in downtown Kelowna.

 

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