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What's Happening at the Penticton Art Gallery

Image Credit: Penticton Art Gallery
December 05, 2016 - 11:41 AM

Current Exhibitions Continuing Through January 15th, 2017

The Under 500 Annual Christmas Exhibition & Sale 

An unjuried  exhibition of over 250 works all priced at $500 or less.  The exhibition includes works from children and professional artists, and everything in between.  Exhibition ends December 24th.

Toni Onley: A Landscape Defined

The Penticton Art Gallery holds the largest public collection of Toni’s work, many of which are dated as early as the 1960s.

Gallery Hours: Tuesday-Friday 10-5; Saturday & Sunday 11-4
Admission: $2.00; free for Gallery members; free for all on weekends

Topics & Tea, Jim Kalnin: Looking for Wisdom in a Tube of Paint

Wednesday, December 14th, 2:00-3:00 pm

This power point discussion will look at various definitions of spirituality and how they might apply to personal forms of art. A range of art images and participants’ responses will help us wring some meaning from the incredible on-going array of human visual creativity in existence.

The Gallery pulls out its best tea cups, and baked goods are provided courtesy of The Bench Artisan Market.  All are welcome.  Donations gratefully accepted.

Anthem: A Leonard Cohen Tribute with Shane Koyczan & Friends SOLD OUT!

Saturday, December 17th
Cleland Theatre, Penticton Community Centre
Doors open at 7:00; Show begins at 8:00 pm
$30 available at the Penticton Art Gallery or the Book Shop 

Sale of Limited Edition Silkscreen Prints (40) by artist Wilf Perreault

“Penticton Sunrise”, A view from Pineview Road and Evergreen Drive, looking west at sunrise.

Framed prints $400-$600 each. 100% of the profits from the sale of the prints go to the Penticton Art Gallery; a very generous gift from the artist.

A NEW START, A New Year’s Eve Party 2016 at Penticton Art Gallery

Saturday, Dec. 31, 8:00 pm
Live Music by Yanti & Co
Dance music with DJ Tenacious T
Cash Bar.
$35 includes appetizers.  Tickets available at Penticton Art Gallery or Penticton Arts Council

In the Gift Gallery

  • Hand bags made in Afghanistan
  • Pottery made by local potters
  • Knitted cowls & assorted cozy scarves
  • Christmas cards made by local artists
  • Okanagan Wine Soaps
  • Wind-Up music boxes (Pink Panther, Imagine, Here Comes the Sun, If I Only Had a Brain, and more)
  • Necklaces, earrings and bracelets
  • Books of local interest

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