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Vernon Public Art Gallery executive director Dauna Kennedy says the gallery and its board is stunned the City of Vernon voted down the Behind The Mask mural project after initially showing support. (Morning Star - file photo)

Art Gallery may move mask murals elsewhere after Vernon dismissal

Voting down the Behind the Mask mural project a ‘missed opportunity’ says gallery

 

Artists with their work at the Cruzwear pop-up gallery (Jacqueline Gelineau/Capital News)

Yellow legacy opens pop-up art gallery on Bernard in Kelowna

The yellow Cruzwear store on Bernard is hosting a gallery after

 

Lake Country Artist Wanda Lock stands below her ‘Kate and Molly’ art exhibition at YLW June 2022 (contributed)

New art exhibit greeting travellers at Kelowna airport

The art exhibition opened in Kelowna’s airport this week

 

City councillors attended a media event to hear how public consultation will take place for the Behind the Mask project (Brittany Webster - Black Press)

Vernon art gallery guides mask project consultation

Behind The Mask project put back into hands of gallery by Vernon council will get public input

City councillors attended a media event to hear how public consultation will take place for the Behind the Mask project (Brittany Webster - Black Press)
Vernon council has voted to send a proposed photographic mural project for city- and privately-owned buildings back to the Vernon Public Art Galley for them to conduct public consultation. (Katie Green photo)

Vernon council sends mask project back to art gallery

Public outcry to proposed murals prompts council to revisit motion passed in May supporting project

Vernon council has voted to send a proposed photographic mural project for city- and privately-owned buildings back to the Vernon Public Art Galley for them to conduct public consultation. (Katie Green photo)
The Lake Country Art Gallery was close for only 2 1/2 months during the pandemic. (Photo/Brittany Webster)

Lake Country Art Gallery exhibits resilience through COVID-19 pandemic

‘We had to reduce numbers, but we’re getting back to those numbers now and it’s looking fabulous’

The Lake Country Art Gallery was close for only 2 1/2 months during the pandemic. (Photo/Brittany Webster)
This mural is proposed for the Bosman Accounting building downtown Vernon. (Katie Green image)

UPDATE: Thousands petition for/against Vernon art project

Behind the Masks public installment on buildings focused on mental health

This mural is proposed for the Bosman Accounting building downtown Vernon. (Katie Green image)
Children aged 5-12 from Rivne, Ukraine have artwork available for purchase at the Rotary Centre for the Arts in Kelowna to support their fathers and brothers fighting in the war with Russia from May 15-31, 2022 (Brittany Webster - Capital News)
Children aged 5-12 from Rivne, Ukraine have artwork available for purchase at the Rotary Centre for the Arts in Kelowna to support their fathers and brothers fighting in the war with Russia from May 15-31, 2022 (Brittany Webster - Capital News)
Banksy, Grannies, 2006, silkscreen on paper, 18.5 x 26.5 in. Courtesy of Paul and Tracy Mitchell collection (Banksy/Kelowna Art Gallery)

Banksy and Warhol on display at Kelowna Art Gallery

The Pop Art exhibit will run from May 21 until Oct. 16

Banksy, Grannies, 2006, silkscreen on paper, 18.5 x 26.5 in. Courtesy of Paul and Tracy Mitchell collection (Banksy/Kelowna Art Gallery)
The Relativity of Time and Space is on at the Lake Country Art Gallery until May 28, 2022 (Lake Country Art Gallery)

Lake Country Art Gallery opens exhibit on time and space

The exhibit features work by Diane Feught and Lindsay Kirker

The Relativity of Time and Space is on at the Lake Country Art Gallery until May 28, 2022 (Lake Country Art Gallery)
Lorrie Fleming with theh Canadian Route 66 Association stops to smell the flowers and check out the Seed by Seed Sunflower Project at Gallery Vertigo recently. The show has been extended to April 2 for the community to enjoy. (Michelle Loughery photo)

Vernon concert shines light of hope amid Ukraine crisis

April 1 event features Melina Schein, Judy Rose, artists Michelle Loughery and more

Lorrie Fleming with theh Canadian Route 66 Association stops to smell the flowers and check out the Seed by Seed Sunflower Project at Gallery Vertigo recently. The show has been extended to April 2 for the community to enjoy. (Michelle Loughery photo)
Kelowna Community Theatre (Photo/toursimkelowna.ca)

Kelowna Community Theatre hosting exhibition featuring local artists

Artists will be selected by a professional committee and compensated for their work

Kelowna Community Theatre (Photo/toursimkelowna.ca)
Lorrie Fleming with eh Canadian Route 66 Association stops to smell the flowers and check out the Seed by Seed Sunflower Project at Gallery Vertigo recently. The show has been extended to April 2 for the community to enjoy. (Michelle Loughery photo)

Seeds of Vernon Sunflower Project keep shining amid Ukraine crisis

Art exhibition featuring the bright yellow flower continues at Gallery Vertigo

Lorrie Fleming with eh Canadian Route 66 Association stops to smell the flowers and check out the Seed by Seed Sunflower Project at Gallery Vertigo recently. The show has been extended to April 2 for the community to enjoy. (Michelle Loughery photo)
An exhibition of artwork by Brigitta Kocsis called #techboys will be showcased at the Vernon Public Art Gallery starting March 17, 2022. (Submitted photo)

New exhibitions coming to Vernon Public Art Gallery

Works by Brigitta Kocsis and other artists will be showcased starting March 17

An exhibition of artwork by Brigitta Kocsis called #techboys will be showcased at the Vernon Public Art Gallery starting March 17, 2022. (Submitted photo)
Alison Beaumont and her piece, The Feels (Jacqueline Gelineau/Capital News)

Kelowna art exhibit calls people to action

The Global Citizen Events exhibits will be set up around Kelowna until March. 10

Alison Beaumont and her piece, The Feels (Jacqueline Gelineau/Capital News)
Brigitte Red works on weaving cord through a mesh satellite. (Gallery Vertigo photo)

Sunflowers bloom on satellites for Vernon art show

Old satellite dishes used as canvas, will be seeds to a mural honouring Dalvir Nahal

Brigitte Red works on weaving cord through a mesh satellite. (Gallery Vertigo photo)
The work of Judith Jurica, Vikki Drummond and Maureen Kaczkowski is on display at the Lake Country Art Gallery. (Contributed)

Lake Country gallery opens 2022 with trio of artists

If I were you featuring the work of Judith Jurica, Vikki Drummond and Maureen Kaczkowski.

The work of Judith Jurica, Vikki Drummond and Maureen Kaczkowski is on display at the Lake Country Art Gallery. (Contributed)
Indigenous works are among those featured at the new exhibitions at the Vernon Public Art Gallery Jan. 13-March 9. (Yuri Auney)
Indigenous works are among those featured at the new exhibitions at the Vernon Public Art Gallery Jan. 13-March 9. (Yuri Auney)
Shannon Lester and Endrene Shepherd present Sea of Love at the Lake Country Art Gallery, on now until Nov. 20. (Lake Country Art Gallery photo)

Lake Country artists bring Sea of Love to gallery

Colourful exhibit on display at art gallery until Nov. 20

Shannon Lester and Endrene Shepherd present Sea of Love at the Lake Country Art Gallery, on now until Nov. 20. (Lake Country Art Gallery photo)
Lake Country-based artist Angela Hansen calls her creation Brink. It is featured in Kelowna's Glass Gallery space until Jan. 26, 2022. (Kelowna Art Gallery photo)

Lake Country artist takes viewers under the sea at Kelowna gallery

Viewers can go beneath the waves for an encounter with underwater sea…

Lake Country-based artist Angela Hansen calls her creation Brink. It is featured in Kelowna's Glass Gallery space until Jan. 26, 2022. (Kelowna Art Gallery photo)
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