Summer wrap-up at Pynelogs Cultural Centre

Summer wrap-up at Pynelogs Cultural Centre

By Melissa Kelly

Assistant Curator

What a great summer we have had with a great variety of events and art shows here at Pynelogs Cultural Centre. Come and experience our final art show of the season! We welcome not only Laverna Peters, Vic Panei, Elizabeth Segstro, Stan Lukasiewicz, and John Palmer, but also the Fierce Art Project of Revelstoke.

During this show we have the pleasure of showcasing a range of talented painters. Stan and LaVerna’s main focus is acrylic, John focuses on oil paintings of his surrounding sceneries, and Elizabeth creates local landscapes with graphite, watercolour, and acrylic. And let’s not forget our nature photographer Vic Panei!

Fierce Art Project of Revelstoke is at a gallery near you! The Fierce Art Project of Revelstoke presents “Columbia Valley, Our View”. They are a group of individual artists who have joined together to provide support by assisting each other in enhancing their skills and expanding their artistic boundaries.

“We feel this project is the beginning of a significant telling of how our mighty Columbia River connects so many communities” the group shared, while focusing on the natural diversity and the history of the valley through the use of acrylic, gouche, watercolour, and 3-D art.

Pynelogs is very excited to end this summer Gallery season off right with more talented artists, a variety of mediums, and many different artistic perspectives! We hope to see you there.

Looking for CVArt’s upcoming events? Please visit our website or call us at 250-342-4423. Like us on Facebook! Our address is 1720 4th Ave., Invermere, B.C., which is located along Kinsmen Beach.

Melissa Kelly is the Assistant Gallery Curator at the Pynelogs Art Gallery and Cultural Centre.

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