1315 Water St
HOURS: tue & thu 10am-8pm; wed, fri & sat 10am-5pm; sun 12pm-4pm.
ADMISSION: adults $5; seniors/students $4; family $10; members free; thu free.
Opening Sep 4
Annabel Stanley: The Circle of Life. Features large woven sculptures created using locally sourced natural fibres such as grasses, dogwood, alder, willow, moss, and grapevines.
To Oct 3
Christina McGovern: Shoreline makes use of the natural textures and movement of her freely suspended textile and paint works to reference the multitude of shores found in the Okanagan.
A Year From Now. Guest curator Wanda Lock presents 63 works drawn from the permanent collection that explores the passage of time and the cycles in our lives through five thematic sections.
Adad Hannah: Social Distancing Portraits presents over 200 tableau vivants produced during the pandemic.
OFFSITE: Kelowna International Airport (YLW) Ongoing Jane Everett: Onyx Creek. Large-scale abstract oil paintings that express moments distilled from experiences in riparian areas and waterways.
The Kelowna Art Gallery is located in the heart of Kelowna’s Cultural District on Water Street in downtown Kelowna, BC. Visitors can explore changing exhibitions of both historical and contemporary Canadian art in our four gallery spaces, including an outdoor courtyard area.
Adad Hannah: Social Distancing Portraits
Daphne Odjig 100
Our Lives Through Our Eyes: Nk’Mip Children’s Art
A Cultivating Journey