Main Gallery: Coral Keehn; Wynken, Blynken, & Nod
Coral’s watercolour illustrations of a timeless lullaby.
Upper Gallery: Rick Blacklaws; Along the Naxalk-Carrier Grease Trail
A collection of photography illustrating change along the Blackwater River in the past 30 years.
Full Gallery: Mo Hamilton and Simone Bengamin; Repose & Awakening
Two artists explore these polarized states in nature through abstract expression.
Main Gallery: All Aboard
A group show dedicated to the people, landscape, and culture surrounding the Station House Gallery.
Upper Gallery: Rhandi Sandford; Absent Reverie
“Surreal memos of things passing in dreams,” Rhandi’s character portraits offer an enchanting and primal look at the human species.
Main Gallery: Robert Keziere; The Days of Augusta
A heartfelt photo essay showcasing the extraordinary life of Soda Creek First Nation exile and community leader Mary Augusta Tappage.
Upper Gallery: Caroline Anders; Inertia
A collection of recent abstract works from Wells BC painter Caroline Anders.
Main Gallery: Annerose Georgeson; Logging
Paintings observing and documenting change to BC’s landscape, and our relationship with the forest.
Upper Gallery: Shirley Gibson-Bull; Art Next
A collection of exploratory paintings by 108 Mile painter Shirley Gibson-Bull.
Full Gallery: Onward and Upward
A historical show featuring artists associated with the locally celebrated Onward Ranch, including Vivien Cowan, Sonia Cornwall, Joe Plaskett, Dru Hodgson, and Devereau Hodgson.
Main Gallery: Judith DesBrisay; Possibilities
Explorations of the interplay between person and place, Possibilities is a celebration of life.
Upper Gallery: Connor Kenney; The Woman Inside the Man
A play on Jungian psychology, expressed through fascinating life-sized human sculptures.
Main Gallery: Karl Mattson; Hinterlands
A raw, tangible look into the future through dissonant sculpture and mixed-media pieces.
Upper Gallery: Brian Garten, and Mariah and Madison Schactel/Garten; Generations
A collaborative show demonstrating the artistic lives of three generations in the Cariboo.
Main Gallery: Cat Fink; The Joy Diary
An interactive show focusing on ideas of joy, which will develop in real time throughout the month of November.
Upper Gallery: Sarah Fahey; Circumference of Drought
A series of paintings capturing the four seasons of the Okanagan.
- Our November 2017 Exhibition is ‘Nonsensical Matter’ with artists Terri Smith, Mark Rupp and Brian Mckillican. You have to see what they’ve done with salvaged materials, it’s inspirational andamazing !
- October 2017 ‘Common Threads’ from the Cariboo Piecemakers – quilts in both galleries !
- October 2016 Main Gallery ‘Hinterlands’ Artist : Karl Mattson
- Onward and Upward
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