Posts Tagged ‘art’

Artist of the Month June 2021, Dona Smithson

Dona Smithson: “My latest painting “Cheers” celebrates the fabulous wines of the Okanagan Valley and Lang Vineyards are certainly among the very best.”

Artist of the Month March 2021, Michel Martel

Michel Martel moved to Naramata four years ago from Seattle, WA. He was born in Quebec City. In his work life and in his art life Michel travelled the world

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Artist of the Month February 2021 – Katie Hicks

My creative interest began to grow in high school with drawing, painting and pottery classes. After graduating from high school, I discontinued artistic activities, but always continued to view the

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Artist of the Month March 2020 – Janet Burgart

Janet is a self taught watercolour and acrylic artist. She loves nature and looks closely to see the beauty in the detail of the flora and fauna around her. Janet can often be found

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Artist of the Month February 2020 – Velma Bateman

Velma Bateman is inspired by nature in all its amazing forms, and by planet earth and the universe. She works mainly in watercolours, occasionally in acrylic and other mediums. Velma

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Artist of the Month January 2020 – Dona Smithson

Dona is an active member of the Federation of Canadian Artists and the Naramata Arts Studio. Living in the beautiful Okanagan Valley gives her plenty of inspiration to pursue her

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Artist of the Month December 2019 – Dianne Korsch

Artist Dianne Korsch, was inspired to paint this watercolour painting “Northern Skies”,  in an attempt to capture the deep blue skies seen against the brilliant white snow especially in Northern

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Artist of the Month November 2019 – J. Kelso Turnbull

“McIntyre Bluff, Vaseux Lake”By: J. Kelso TurnbullWatercolour, 14”x 20” J. Kelso Turnbull is a Naramata artist specializing in watercolour landscapes, and is an active member of the Naramata Arts Studio.

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Artist of the Month October 2019 – Greta Kamp

This painting titled “Lang’s Winery to Giant’s Head Mountain” captures the rolling vineyards of Lang’s Winery unfolding at the banks of the Okanagan Lake. It is another lovely day in the winery and the view of Giant’s Head Mountain in the distance and the Okanagan Lake help complete the picture of the perfect day.

Artist of the Month September 2019 – Ruby Palmer

Autumn is almost upon us and we see this in Ruby’s watercolour painting titled “Autumn Gold along the Similkameen River”, where the aspen trees show off their stunning array of golden colours, with accents of red and orange, during the changing of the seasons from summer into fall.

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