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Posted: February 8, 2017

On now at the Cranbrook Arts Gallery

February 7 to March 3.

Good Things Come in Small Packages, The Tiny Things that make Canada Great.

A display of small artworks is on show in the Cranbrook Arts Gallery along with the regular creative work of many local artists.

Lyndell Classon’s miniature creations of Canadian icons are shown alongside the mixed media work of Catherine Moes and delicate hand tied fishing flies crafted by Howie Mason. We are delighted to also have some new Ann Holtby Jones, small easel, water colour paintings in the exhibit. Barb Guillen’s heart shaped jewelry and any of these little works of art would make great gifts.

Hand tied fishing flies by Howie Mason. Photos submitted

A reception for this exhibit, to meet the artists will be held Saturday, February 11 from 2 to 4 p.m.

March 4/5 – By popular demand, well known wildlife and landscape painter Jong de Jong will be instructing another acrylic class. If you stop by the Gallery, a finished piece from the last workshop can be viewed in the window. Please register at The Gallery. Space is limited to five people. Members $150. Non-members $170.

March Call to Artists. Our March Canada 150 Exhibit will be ‘For the Sport of It.’ It is open to members and we look forward to any pieces including photography and three dimensional work depicting Canadian sport. Pieces must be submitted to The Gallery by Thursday March 2.

Drawing Techniques for Beginners with Bill McColl is full. Please let us know if you wish to be added to a wait list for any future drawing classes. Phone 250-426-4223.

Consignment and membership forms can be downloaded from our website.

This is grant funding season and a reminder that Columbia Kootenay Cultural Alliance information can be found HERE.

Our Gallery at 1013 Baker St. can also supply brochures.

Cranbrook Arts


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