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Lynden Beesley's idea was to emulate a medieval herb garden, as the Rotary Courtyard has always reminded her of a cloister.
Kelowna artist was struck by the transformative power of intention, belief and will in the invention of and trials with ornithopters.
The series commissions an emerging Aboriginal curator to choose an emerging Aboriginal artist with whom s/he would like to work.
To visit Unreal is to experience first-hand the ongoing heritage and lineage of Surrealism.
One of the most intriguing accomplishments…is the illusion for the viewer of being positioned right onto the ice rink.
UBCO graduate Kyle Zsombor has taken the empty and rather severe inner courtyard space and turn it into some kind of planted paradise.
Whether it's hot or drizzling, escape to the Kelowna Art Gallery for a 3-D art show.
Departing passengers at the Kelowna International Airport may find themselves humming tunes about flying.
Paintings by New York-based artist Jordan Broadworth brim with visual richness at the Kelowna Art Gallery.
The suite of pieces by Halifax-based sculptor Sarah Maloney are really better seen in the setting of a small space.
Ottawa-based artist Carol Wainio's current exhibition of works at the Kelowna Art Gallery are part of a series on the illustrated book.
If you were driving in the Kootenays last year or in 2010 you might have seen John Hartman by the side of the road painting.
KAG's current group show of works drawn from the gallery’s permanent collection, called Personal Topographies.
The notion of an artist making a social or political comment on current events and/or issues is one born in the modern era.
The work of Tony Scherman is a perfect example of art in which the actual subject is not the object(s) portrayed.
Outgoing passengers at the Kelowna International Airport will be treated to an installation of art by Kelowna printmaker Briar Craig.
In this digital age there have been huge strides made in the proliferation of images of works of art on the Internet.
Artist David Alexander relocated to Kelowna from Saskatoon just in time for the devastating Okanagan Mountain Park fire.