Outside Inside Art Exhibit
Sculpture & installation
Members of the Arts Council of the North Okanagan invite you to an exhibit of earthworks and plein air paintings. Artists were encouraged to spend time creating in the great outdoors, and finding ways to bring that art indoors, to the Vernon Community Arts Centre. Earthworks are generally made by shaping the land itself or by making forms in the land using natural materials like rocks or tree branches. They can range from subtle, temporary interventions in the landscape to significant, sculptural, long lasting alterations. For this exhibit, we asked artists to bring the land into the Vernon Community Arts Centre via paintings, sculptures, photographs or other creating installations that incorporate natural materials such as tree branches, foliage, rocks, or clay. Some of these works may also retain their origins in the community and public places, so we can also extend the exhibit back into nature where everything stemmed from.
This event is free and will be accepting optional pay-what-you-may donations for admission.
Vernon Community Arts Centre
The Vernon Community Arts Centre focuses on arts education for people of all ages and abilities, and showcases the work of local artists. It is also home to the administrative offices of the Arts Council of the North Okanagan, the non-profit society that operates the Centre. The Arts Centre offers a variety of classes, camps and workshops for beginner, intermediate and professional artists. Specialist Studios are available for members, allowing them access to tools, and equipment for pottery, glass arts, printmaking and a variety of 2D artforms such as painting and drawing. We showcase and sell local art and carry a selection of art supplies.
This event is part of a hub:
The Arts Council of the North Okanagan - along with the rest of BC and Canada - is celebrating 24 days of Arts & Culture. There are events and activities to suit every age and interest, and all events are FREE or pay as you may. Enjoy...
2704 Highway 6
Located at the entrance to Polson Park, right next to Okanagan Science Centre.
Vernon Arts Centreinfo@vernonarts.ca
This event is wheelchair accessible, and has gender-neutral washrooms.