Sarah Fuller: Culls


December 2, 2006 to January 28, 2007 Culls features the work of Canmore, Alberta based artist Sarah Fuller.  This mixed media installation features Fuller’s photo-based work which explores the artist’s experiences as a tree planter in B.C. for a period spanning seven years. As Fuller states, to many young Canadians …

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Dawn: Sketches by the Group of Seven


December 2, 2006 to February 18, 2007 THE GROUP OF SEVEN The Group of Seven had great ambitions when they officially formed in May 1920. Challenging what Canadian artists had done before them, they declared that “an Art must grow and flower in the land before the country will be …

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REDz on Screen 2


Indigenous Media Arts Exhibition February 3 to March 25, 2007 The Kelowna Art Gallery is pleased to be a host venue for REDz on Screen2, an exhibition highlighting the strength and diversity of film and video work by Indigenous filmmakers across Canada. In previous years, the focus on this series …

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Fern Helfand: Piazza San Marco


February 24 to April 15, 2007 …as the swift emergence of digital age recording devices flood the market, our desire to create more and more images seems to increase. Even though issues of veracity surrounding these new digital documents come into question, many of us are eagerly consuming and adding …

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(a smAll ciTy aRt muSeuM cO-prOduCtiOn) FeBruaRy 24 tO aPRil 15, 2007 The Kelowna Art Gallery is pleased to present Hybrids. This touring exhibition brings together for the first time the work of 10 contemporary artists from British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and the Yukon: Griffith Baker (Regina, Saskatchewan) Lisa Birke …

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Scott August: Pinecone Junction and other favorites


April 7 to June 17, 2007 In Pinecone Junction and other favorites, Scott August explores the relationship between the environment and urban culture. By fusing together visual representations of human and natural surroundings, August suggests a playful look at how modern culture can join with nature. Despite more traditional Canadian …

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Just My Imagination


April 21 to June 10, 2007 Organized by the MMB Collective and Museum London Curated by Kim Moodie and David Merrit The Kelowna Art Gallery is pleased to present Just My Imagination, a major exhibition of contemporary Canadian drawing.  This exhibition brings together 14 artists from coast to coast whose …

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B.C. Binning


June 16 to September 9, 2007 The Kelowna Art Gallery is pleased to present the exhibition B.C. Binning, an instalment in the Vancouver Art Gallery’s provincial touring program – Across the Province – circulating exhibitions drawn from the VAG’s permanent collection. Bertram Charles Binning (1909-1976) was one of Canada’s foremost …

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On View: Selections from our Recent Acquisitions


six artist | sixteen works | one hot show June 16 to September 9, 2007 To kick off the Kelowna Art Gallery’s 30th Anniversary we are pleased to present our most recent acquisitions from the last two years.  Many of these works are on view for the first time in …

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Renay Egami, Picnic


June 23 to September 16, 2007 Twenty years ago as a young art student Renay Egami visited Hiroshima, Japan.  Recalling her visit to the Peace Memorial Museum located there, Egami observed the unthinkable destruction caused by the first atomic bomb, dropped in 1945: burned clothing, melted bottles, human shadows emblazoned …

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Rick Rivet: Paintings 2000-2005


September 15 to November 18, 2007 The Kelowna Art Gallery is very pleased to present Rick Rivet for the first time ever at the Kelowna Art Gallery.  This visually tantalizing exhibition is organized and circulated by the Mendel Art Gallery in Saskatoon and presents paintings by British Columbia-based artist Rick …

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Marcia Harris and Danielle Dickson: Landscape Awareness


Reynolds Gallery – September 22 to November 25, 2007 Rotary Courtyard – September 22, 2007 to January 20, 2008 Have you noticed the changing landscape in B.C. and northwestern Alberta?  Artists Marcia Harris and Danielle Helen Ray Dickson have taken notice and have collaborated in response in Landscape Awareness. Triggered …

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NEXUS: Histories and Communities


An exhibition of works from the permanent collection of the Kelowna Art Gallery in celebration of the gallery’s thirtieth anniversary. December 1, 2007 to March 2, 2008 In order to share our thirtieth anniversary celebrations with the community, we focused on community links for this exhibition. Among the strategies put …

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Kate Wilson: Real Estate Flowers


December 1, 2007 – February 3, 2008 Toronto-based artist Kate Wilson refers to her site-specific wall works as drawings, even though they are executed in black acrylic paint. It makes sense against the white gallery walls they look like drawings, albeit in huge scale. For a week at the end …

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