Art Galleries & Artists
Glass artwork (Danielle Hayes photo)
Lumby and district is renowned for its artists, studios and galleries, featuring more than 30 heritage murals.
However, nearby Cherryville (22km/14mi east) remains the centre of this thriving arts and crafts community with roots in the counter culture of the 1960s. While the hippie lifestyle has largely been replaced by country gentry, many artists and artisans remain, creating paintings, sculpture, photographs, jewelry and woodwork.
Stroll Lumby's quiet village streets and open a window on the past through the artistry of more than 30 heritage murals, painted by a variety of local artists and the renowned muralist Michelle Loughery.
Staff at the Lumby Visitor Centre will provide directions for a country art drive and information on making appointments where required. Stop by Landslide Studios to see the work of potter Larry MacGregor whose pottery and clay murals are displayed in a forest setting on River Road.
2 Art Galleries & Artists in Lumby
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6700 Old Kamloops Rd
Vernon, British Columbia
Headbones Gallery is a great hit for the contemporary art seeker visiting the Okanagan Valley. Not only will the program of monthly exhibitions inspire, the uniquely designed building by Julie Oakes is sure to awe.
The gallery showcases drawing, painting and sculpture and features artists from across the region, Canada, USA and Europe. A second Drawer's gallery contains a diverse inventory of original fine art works on paper.
CAUTION: Art collectors risk being seduced by the desire to purchase certain works!
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3415 Pleasant Valley Rd
Armstrong, British Columbia
Armstrong/Spallumcheen Museum and Art Society operates a museum, archives and art gallery. This facility is open to the public by donation and makes available the artifacts, archival material and artwork of this region. The Society actively collects, organizes, houses, preserves and presents this material.
We have monthly art shows showcasing artists of the North Okanagan from May through to the last week of November. The museum also operates a gift shop and contains books and postcards from the local area as well as work from local artisans.
In December we are open the last 3 weekends for the Christmas season and "Festival of Trees".