We challenged YOU to recreate a famous work of art, and you stepped up to the challenge! Using only members of your household (and furry friends too) along with readily available settings and props, gallery followers came up with inspiring creative solutions to re-imagine and photograph each scene - We think you will agree, these are awesome! You can still join in. Add your recreated art to instagram #lakecountryartgallery or send them to us via email or facebook, and we will add YOUR recreated art to the albums...
You are invited to join us for an
ON_LINE Annual General Meeting
Sunday June 14th
This is an important event for our eligibility as a BC Society member and a charitable organisation.
Your participation as a full MEMBER of the gallery will give you the opportunity take part in voting for the Board of Directors that will lead us through 2020-2021.
The meeting will take place in the comfort of your own homes via ZOOM
To participate, please send us an EMAIL stating your intent to join the on-line AGM, and you will be sent the joining details by return email.
Did someone say CAKE?!
WHAT: Cake Cake Cake Caaaaaaaaaake (party)
WHEN: 1- 3 pm, Saturday January 25th!
WHERE: Lake Country Art Gallery, of course!
WHY?!: Our 10 year anniversary!
This Saturday marks the gallery's 10 year anniversary, and we would like to thank the community with cake! January 25th will also be the last day to add to the gallery walls for our Winter Gathering exhibition, so it will be the last chance to add to our walls and see the final results of LCAG's first exhibition of 2020.
Lake Country Coffee House and Lake Country Art Gallery are co-hosting a visit from Santa. 11am - 3pm
Bring your whole family - even your fur babies - for a photo-op and share your gift wishes.
While you are here, donate to All Are Family Outreach to help families who are having a tough time this year.
Cash donations get you a Coffee House sponsored HOT CHOCOLATE drink. Donations of $20 or more can be tax-receipted
We have a couple of Giant Bubble event tickets to give away for AAFO's event at Beasley Park today at 1pm
Night Market brings you specially selected vendors from around Lake Country and beyond to add an extra layer of creative gift buying ideas and treats to select from during the Under 100 exhibition.
The Gallery and the Arthouse will be filled with local artist and artsan vendors, The Arthouse studio artists will be hosting open studios; the Coffee House bring us live music and hot beverages. A unique, cosy, inspirational and festive shopping experience to delight everyone.
This fundraising exhibition and paired events help support artists directly, with 30% of proceeds supporting gallery programs in the coming year
Also late Thursday openings in the gallery Nov 28th, Dec 12 and Dec 19.
ArtHouse Open Studios continues through the weekend
Tickets available now: Eventbright or in the Gallery - Limited number of tickets available
Get a First look at the over 700 original works of art on offer in our Tenth Under 100 Fundraising ExhibitionAbout this EventThis special premier event gives you the opportunity to view and buy from the Under 100 Exhibition before its official opening!
This is both a preview of the over seven hundred works of original art created by 83 member artists of the Lake country Art Gallery, as well as a fundraising event to enjoy and remember.
Live music ~ Prizes ~ Original Art ~ Great Food
One lucky Dinner Guest will be given the choice to select a prize work of art from the Under $100 category.
Three course sit down dinner (set meal)
Full ticket price includes a donation to the gallery, for which you will receive a tax receipt for half of this ticket cost.
Look for your favourite collectable and brand new artists in this years selection: Amanda Dagg ~ Anne Gidluck ~ Angela Hansen ~ Anita McComas ~ Ann MacLeod ~ Angel Mamaril ~ Amy Piquette ~ Audrey Peat ~ Anke Sabo ~ Ann Willsie ~ Brenda Alguire ~ Beryl Beaupre ~ Brandy Barry-Wyatt ~ Cynthia Gunsinger ~ Carney Oudendag ~ Cheryl Turner ~ Carol Zuckerman ~ Daniel Dearborn ~ Danielle Erickson ~ Donna Fazan ~ Danielle Harshenin ~ Denise Patrick ~ Dianne Postman ~ Dianne Schnieders ~ Duo Artwork ~ Denise Wandt ~ Diane Wilde ~ Elizabeth Christie ~ Emily Gibson ~ Elaine Gowryluk ~ Faith Livingstone ~ Frieda Martin ~ Fiona Neal ~ Fay Wolfenden ~ Isabelle Faulkner ~ Jaine Buse ~ Janice Cheng ~ Jacquie Desjardins ~ Jamie Frazer
JoAnne Legree ~ Jolene Mackie ~ Kristi Clarke ~ Kathy Hale ~ Kathryn Ross ~ Liz Demer ~ Liz Earl ~ Liz Flesher ~ Lorraine Hodges ~ Lin Oldfield ~ Leanne Spanza ~ Lynette Stebner ~ Maud Besson ~ Michel Coutu ~ Maryam Dirk
Michelle Droettboom ~ Michael Griffin ~ Minnie Klashinsky ~ Margaret Kyle ~ Maureen Lejbak ~ Marlene McPherson ~ Maggie Reigh ~ Marian White ~ Margo Yacheshyn ~ Moozhan Ahmadzadegan ~ Nancy Archer ~ Nancy Dearborn ~ Nicola Treat ~ Patricia Ennis ~ Pat Ryan ~ Peggy Stel ~ Ria Park ~ Sandra Cook ~ Sea dean ~ Shelley Johnson ~ Sharlene McNeill ~ Susan Neilson ~ Shelah Pansegrau ~ Sheila Tansey ~ Sharilynn Upsdell ~ Shannon Wilson ~ Tina Knooihuizen ~ Trisha Lumley ~ Tina Siddiqui ~ Valerie Thompson ~ Wayne Wilson
CLOTHCULTURE will be bringing artists Beth Howe, Zoe Kreye, Tiziana La Melia, Holly Ward and Cloth Tone's Larissa Beringer and Lindsay Lorraine as well as Okanagan College professor Emily Fedoruk to Lake Country for an artist talk. Come and learn about the exhibition and their art practice from 2-3 pm at the gallery on Sunday, November 17th. It is also the last day of this exhibition so make sure not to miss out on this awesome install!
Our monthly art presentations at Lake Country Manor senior care home, continue this Thursday October 3rd at 2pm with graduate Moozhan Ahmadzadegan presenting on Eileen Agar, an early Surrealist artist from Britain.
Over the course of a seven decade long career as an artist, Eileen Agar is most notable for her place in the surrealist movement of the first half of the 20th century. Despite the variation of style seen in her work, Agar is primarily associated with the surrealist movement in Britain. This can be contributed to her early collages and sculptures, but her paintings take on a rather different approach. While still maintaining some surrealist elements, Agar’s work quickly moved out of the realm of surrealism as her artistic practice progressed throughout the century. By the time she published an autobiography of her life at the age of 88, she was challenging the ideologies of surrealism, the very movement that gave her precedence as an artist.
You are invited to join this free event in the comfortable surroundings of the Lake Country Manor's dining lounge
We are able to provide this service with the support of Lake Country Rotary Club
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