Affordable Art show runs until Dec. 20
This event provides local artists with the opportunity to showcase in our gallery three pieces of art that are priced under $300 each. Twenty-six artists from across the East Kootenay have submitted more than 70 pieces in a wide variety of styles.
Many popular artists have contributed their works for the Affordable Art show at Key City Theatre.
Cranbrook photographer Brandon Peters has two canvas prints of his stunning photos of Mt. Rundle and Kootenay National Park. Marilyn Oliver’s use of heat and wax in her two pieces of encaustic art are unique and vibrant. We have a wide variety of acrylic works from local artists including Jim Robertson, Wolfgang Kunze, Paula Cravens, Elizabeth Stuart and Val MacPhee.
Steen Jorgensen’s acrylic painting ‘Three Pigs’ has a similar feel to C. M. Coolidge’s ‘Dogs Playing Poker’ paintings and shouldn’t be missed. Dave Weir, a local wood carver, has a piece that is hauntingly similar to ‘Treebeard’ of the Ents from J.R.R Tolkien’s classic series Lord of the Rings. Additional works from Darlene Purnell (fibre), Sharon Routley (oil and canvas), Dorial Davis (mixed media), Yoki (oil pastels) and many more can be viewed hanging on the Key Gallery wall until December 20.
Key City Theatre will also be holding an Affordable Art Reception and Christmas Craft Fair on December 14 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The reception will include a meet and greet with local artists, live music, 20 local crafters and artisans tables, refreshments and door prizes.
Admission is free and provides a great opportunity to purchase some last minute gifts and stocking stuffers from local artisans.
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