Come visit Chelsea, and view some of her work in her Studio at heART school!
Looking to hear something different during the culture crawl event?! Come up to heART school to enjoy the beautiful harp music of Sarah Mainland! She will start at 6:30pm and play throughout the evening! You won't want to miss this amazing local talent!
So this will be the first of two information posts from Georgie Girl! I'm so thrilled they have jumped on board with unmatched enthusiasm! You will HAVE to swing by their location on Ellis street during the culture crawl to experience the genuine throwback to the 20's - music, art, decor, chalk art...wow - this is going to be amazing!
With all the 'crawling' you are bound to be doing this evening - you will need to stop for a dinner break at some point in time! My suggestion? Surf Side California food truck! Find them on Queensway Street - keep your eyes peeled for the online map in the next week or so!
We are surf side California tacos. Owners are Ian & Heidi. We opened on may 5th this year in kelowna. We offer a wide variety of seafood tacos, fish, mahi, mahi, crab, shrimp as well as chicken, beef, quesadillas, and deep fried pickle chips. We hand chop all our fresh pico everyday, as well as make all our aioli. We enjoy traveling and being part of many different events and festivals. We also created "Food Truck Culture" which has hosted a few different rally's now and gained much popularity as well as media attention. These days you can find us set up at penticton Canadian tire lot thurs-mon.
I'm thrilled to announce that the Kelowna Art Gallery will be open, and free to the public during the Culture Crawl evening! With many amazing shows on view, this is a must see during the crawl!
Make sure to stop at the Gallery as part of your culture crawl on Friday, September 27. The Gallery will be FREE, and open to everyone from 6 pm until 10 pm! Enjoy a sneak peak of our Saturday Morning Cartoons exhibition before it opens to the public on the 28th. Also, view the captivating 80-foot-long blue-and-white painting focusing on a whale by Toronto-based artist, Douglas Walker, and a 3-D photography exhibition by local artist, Stephen Foster. Take part in hands-on activities or enjoy a guided tour of the exhibitions.
I'm so excited to share the wonderful artwork of Christina Leinemann Knittel! Her ability to play with the magic of the everyday in her artwork will inspire viewers to do the same. Make sure you visit her for an Artisan's Evening at the Blenz on Bernard during the Culture Crawl to meet this lovely artist, and view her beautiful artwork!
My goal is to create fun and whimsy in each and every day. Sitting at my desk with my art supplies is pure bliss for me. The blank page is where I search for truth and beauty. Creating dots, dashes and lines that connect me to the realm of possibility.
Those blank pages become little windows into the world that we miss as we go about our daily lives. they reflect the wonder I feel when I take the time to look around.
My work is inspired by nature and the beauty of everyday, making artwork that connects with people emotionally, beautifies their lives and stirs the imagination. I hope to inspire others by sharing the passions, creations and discoveries along my personal journey.
I am delighted to introduce the wonderful artist Trina Ganson. She can be found at her workspace in Studio 113 at the Rotary Centre during the Culture Crawl. With a keen sense of exploration in both her medium and subject matter - you are guaranteed to experience a sense of wonder and whimsy when you see her work!
Trina Ganson received her diploma of fine arts from Okanagan University College in 2005. She then became an active member of Malaspina PrintmakersStudio on Granville Island Vancouver. After a number of years Ganson returned to the Okanagan to finish her BFA. Trina graduated from the University of British Columbia in 2008, with a BFA majoring in printmaking techniques. Trina Gansonis currently an active member of Studio 113 in the Rotary Centre for the Arts in Kelowna BC.
I'm delighted to announce that the awesomely talented artist Donna Hanlon will have her work on display the evening of the culture crawl! A combination of realism and whimsy make Donna's artwork truly unique and inspiring!
Art is my language. When words cannot communicate what is inside, I paint. In high school I was involved with all the art classes offered. I obtained a Fine Arts Diploma from Okanagan Collage, as well as a Digital Media Design Diploma from the Centre for Arts and Technology. I use an array of mediums and techniques. Actually, I apply a lot of the techniques I learned from digital school (like layering in Photoshop) to my paintings today. I find inspiration from so many different sources: music, my surroundings, as well as other artists from around the world (both past and present).
The wonderful artist and creator Carrie Harper will have her work on view at the heART school location - the beautiful working gallery space that Carrie created this year! Visit us on the evening of the culture crawl - both to view the beautiful artwork on display - as well as to experience the fabulous PechaKucha talks happening!
Carrie A. Harper email: email@example.com cell: (250)718-1250 home 595 Bernard Avenue, Kelowna BC V1Y 6P7 studio #5, 375 Bernard ave. Kelowna BC web: www.thepearworkshop.com www.heARTschoolkelowna.com www.culturecrawlkelowna.com facebook: www.facebook.com/carrieharperart twitter: carrieharperart instagram: carrieharperart
Carrie Harper is a mixed Media artist living in Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada. Carrie is a student of all things Art and Spirituality, in fact she believes that those things are one and the same. Carrie is inspired by Frida Khalo, Georgia O’keefe, Somerset Studio and her guardian Angels. Most of all she is amazed and inspired by her two children. Carrie Harper studied at The Alberta College of Art and Design in the early 1990’s and through the experience she discovered a language of creativity.She appreciated learning a sense of self as well as technical skills.Art school fed right into her fascination with many creative modes and she immersed herself into any medium available; textiles, ceramics, photography, drawing, art history and more. As a painter her childlike love of process shows up in her mixed media work. Carrie uses collage, paint, drawing materials as well as other unexpected mediums. With each she discovers another facet of art making. For Carrie art is the experience of expression rather than slotting into specific medium or subject.Carrie believes, good art is not necessarily pretty or appealing, the purpose of art is not always to decorate or please. In our world it is art that sets culture, community and the hum of how we live. Art is never a finished work; painting, poem or play. Art is the story of human connection and the way we come together around those things. Recently, Harper has built a cultural hub called heART school at 375 Bernard Avenue in Kelowna (conveniently located above Starbucks). There are seven artists working from the space and countless musicians, poets and dancers that visit and inspire. heART school runs workshops, cultural events and listening nights. 2013 has been an astounding year for growth in arts and heART school is proud to be a part of it all!
I'm so thrilled to announce that the lovely shop called Olive & Elle will be a part of the Culture Crawl! With their amazing selection of unique home wares, and a bit of everything for everyone - you will be hard pressed to leave this space without something in your hand!
olive & elle was born out of a need and a desire to share wonderful things with wonderful people. For the past 5 years, it's been our absolute joy to operate a sort of corner of domestic therapy in downtown Kelowna. From locally handcrafted furniture and works of art by local artists to fine european bed linens and design items sourced from around the world, we have a unique collection of wares with something for everyone. Stop by and visit us at 1585 Pandosy Street. olive & elle. The little shop on the corner of Lawrence and Pandosy.