Okanagan Art Gallery presents Our Town exhibition

The Osoyoos gallery celebrates the town as seen through the eyes of local artists.

By Brennan Phillips

Western News Staff

The artists of the Okanagan Art Gallery in Osoyoos celebrate their home with the OUR TOWN exhibition.

The gallery’s 24 member artists have all worked together to produce a collection of pieces that highlight their town’s beauty. Each artist offers their own unique view of the town through their chosen medium. The guest curator for the show is Osoyoos Mayor Sue McKortoff.

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Images of the lake, hillside, and buildings of Osoyoos are featured in oil and acrylic paintings, photographs, and lithographs.

According to the gallery president, Sandra Albo, the show will feature our full roster of the professional artists represented by the gallery which brings together artists from all mediums including oil and acrylic artists, lithography specialists, photographers and fibre artists each showing their favourite view of the Town.

On Aug 30, you can also meet with the artists at the reception for the exhibition. The reception begins at 4 p.m. and runs until 7.

The OUR TOWN opens at the Okanagan Art Gallery at 8302 Main Street Osoyoos, on Aug. 30, and can be seen from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. Tuesday until Sunday.

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