Reflections: Responding to the Collection

Members Exhibition September 17, 2022 to January 15, 2023   Gwen Lamont, Portrait of Bunty Bradford (detail), oil on canvas, 1932. Gift of Eain Lamont, 1987. Pat Rosen, Dream Error Potential, work #5 (detail), oil on canvas, 1994. Gift of the artist, 1998. Ellen Vaughan Grayson, untitled (detail), oil on…

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Sensorineural

Kelsie Balehowsky May 30 to September 18, 2022 Kelsie Balehowsky, Sensorineural, 2022, mixed media sculpture. Photo courtesy of the artist. Sensorineural is a sculptural installation inspired by artist Kelsie Balehowsky’s son who was born with sensorineural hearing loss. This site-specific sculpture consists of a large-scale, representational model of the inner…

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look don’t look

Barrie Jones July 23 to November 13, 2022 Barrie Jones, video stills from Young Actors Emote A and B (details), 2021. Photos courtesy of the artist. Barrie Jones is a Vancouver-based photo and video artist whose work is known for its focus on the human figure as a site of…

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From Warhol to Banksy

May 21 to October 16, 2022 Treadgold/Bullock Gallery Banksy, Applause, 2006, silkscreen on paper, 26 x 42 in. Paul and Tracy Mitchell collection.   From Warhol to Banksy invites visitors to view works of art that define the Pop Art movement and highlights the careers of some of the art…

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U·NIQUE

Art in Action 36 April 16 to September 11, 2022 Young artists from across School District 23 were invited to participate in the 36th annual Art in Action student exhibition. Our vision was for middle and high school students to self-reflect and uncover what makes them unique. Students were encouraged…

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Fluid States

Holly Ward April 23 to July 17, 2022 Fluid States is an exhibition of new work by interdisciplinary artist Holly Ward. This timely, thought-provoking project deploys a series of creative practices aimed towards developing a deeper understanding of water, and our connection to it. This installation is centered around a…

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as water does with the moon

Moozhan Ahmadzadegan  January 31 to May 29, 2022 The Glass Gallery Moozhan Ahmadzadegan, as water does with the moon, 2022, acrylic and phosphorescent pigment powder with acrylic medium on canvas   as water does with the moon is a narrative-based installation influenced by traditional Persian poetry and the art that often…

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ArtMart Vending Machine

January 15 to April 17, 2022 Wait a minute, is that art in that vending machine? Correct. So, can I purchase the pieces? Absolutely. And these items were all created by local artists? Roger that. ArtMart lands at the Kelowna Art Gallery for a limited time. For this fifth edition…

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README

Briar Craig January 29 to April 17, 2022 Briar Craig, Door Hinge (Punk Poet), 2014, ultra-violet screen print on paper, 40 x 28.25 in. Collection of the Kelowna Art Gallery. Gift of the artist, 2020. Photo: Yuri Akuney, Digital Perfections.   README explores the frustration of misconception through a selection…

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The Witness Blanket

Carey Newman January 15 to April 10, 2022 The Front Project Space Detail from a panel of The Witness Blanket travelling exhibition, Kelowna Art Gallery, 2022. The Witness Blanket is a large-scale installation by artist and master carver Carey Newman, inspired by a woven blanket. The Kelowna Art Gallery is…

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BRINK

Angela Hansen October 5, 2021, to January 31, 2022 The Glass Gallery The final site-specific installation for 2021 in The Glass Gallery is by Lake Country-based artist, Angela Hansen. BRINK is made entirely using encaustic medium and natural, biodegradable materials. These biomorphic wall sculptures are sometimes whimsical, curious, or strange,…

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A Story in Three Parts: Ashevak, Pootoogook, Isuma

December 4, 2021 to May 8, 2022 A Story in Three Parts brings together three distinct but connected narratives which explore the past and present of Inuit creative expression. Kenojuak Ashevak (1927–2013) and Sharni Pootoogook (1922–2003) were early generation Kinngait (formerly Cape Dorset) artists who became two of the first…

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Grizzly Bears: Teachers of the Land

September 18, 2021 to January 9, 2022 The Front Project Space Grizzly Bears: Teachers of the Land is a partnership between the Bateman Foundation and the Grizzly Bear Foundation. This unique exhibition explores the lessons that we can learn from this majestic creature. Building a greater understanding of the Grizzly…

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The Circle of Life

Annabel Stanley September 4, 2021 to September 11, 2022 In the Gallery’s Rotary Courtyard Annabel Stanley explores the form of the circle, how it shapes our environment, and is reflected in the flora and fauna that surround us. This site-specific installation was inspired by her recent discovery of sacred geometry…

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Onyx Creek

Jane Everett June 23, 2021 to April 12, 2022 Installation at the satellite space in the Kelowna International Airport (YLW) Jane Everett celebrates the astonishing diversity of life in riparian areas and along our waterways in this series of oil paintings. Influenced by the work of American abstract expressionist Helen Frankenthaler, Everett…

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