If you’ve never been to an exhibition opening before, now’s your chance! They’re the best way to get the first glimpse at this month’s newest exhibition, get a little fancy, and have a drink with friends. This month we will be celebrating the brand new works by Kate Tupper, Lisa Brise, Melissa Bruglemans, and Claire Dibble. Plus, the Arrow Heights Elementary school exhibition “Wildland Wonders” will be on display in our newly renovated jailhouse studio. Be the first to enjoy these engaging exhibitions while listening to live music by the talented May Davis.
Entry is a $5 donation at the door.
April 28th 5 p.m.–8 p.m.
320 Wilson St.
“Dynamis” by Kate Tupper
Nakusp based sculpture artist Kate Tupper has created intricate metal sculptures with fine details and stunning colouring. These pieces will defy your preconceived notions of what you think metal can do.
“Mountain Town” by Lisa Brise
Local artist Lisa Brise is exhibiting her iconic mountainscapes on exposed wood panelling. This body of work finds the delicate line between striking and tranquil, like any good mountaintop should.
“Caffeinated Critters” by Melissa Bruglemans
Melissa Bruglemans has taken influence from watercolour art while exploring alternative mediums. These flowing monochromatic pieces are created using coffee.
“Few Are The Giants” by Claire Dibble
Claire Dibble combines photography, embroidery, and image transfer in this brand new exhibition. The stories that most capture Claire’s attention are full of good. They speak of hope, inspiration, innovation, and simple living.
“Wildland Wonders” by Arrow Heights Elementry, grade 5/ 6 & 7
Each student has chosen a local wetland bird to research. Then, inspired by their discoveries they have created several different forms of art with their bird as the theme.