Three new shows at Penticton Art Gallery

Observation and Invention, featuring works by Keith Harder, is now on at the Penticton Art Gallery until September.

The PAG also has Drawing upon the Imagination by Yvonne Morrish, who thrives on experimenting with a wide range of media and techniques, looking to Russian painter and art theorist Wassily Kandinsky as a great source of inspiration.

The third show, Days of Augusta, is in the Project Room, and features works by one of Vancouver’s most unheralded artists, Robert Keziere. While his name may be largely unknown, you have most likely seen his work as he has quietly documented the social and cultural growth of Canada’s third largest city since the ‘70s.


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