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View of vineyard near Summerland

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Art Galleries & Artists

Glass artwork (Danielle Hayes photo)

Glass artwork (Danielle Hayes photo)

Summerland nurtures a thriving arts community with art in public spaces, the Summerland Arts Centre & Gallery downtown, and more than 40 private studios and galleries.

Artists and artisans invite visitors into their studios to see their paintings, sculpture, pottery, jewelry, wirework, folk art, quilts, hand spun home knits, woodcarving, wrought iron and garden art.

Subjects, motifs and designs are often inspired by Summerland's natural surroundings; the massive presence of Giant's Head Mountain, artfully sculpted clay banks, blue waters of Okanagan Lake, fruit blossoms, grape vines, forests and wildlife.

Public Art

Hand painted banners created by local artists enliven lampposts in downtown Summerland while stone sculptures in public spaces make a lasting statement.

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Cormier's Studio Art Gallery - Penticton

495 Vancouver Ave
Penticton, British Columbia
V2A 1A4

A cultural tourism feast! Visit our B&B/Art Gallery & Sculpture Garden, all under one roof, centrally located in Penticton, overlooking Okanagan Lake.

Lawrence sculpts steel & Kena creates mixed media 'wallart'. Perhaps you'll even discover a mosaic or two. Functional fun or just for fun, bright & colourful whimsy await your viewing pleasure. If we are not here, feel free to wander the sculpture garden. Open most days from 12:00 noon to 5:00 pm.

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Bead Trails - Summerland

15600 Hwy 97
Summerland, British Columbia
V0H 1Z0

Discover Okanagan wineries, restaurants, boutiques, studios and other fantastic places! Follow the Bead Trail and collect both a bead and the story at each location as you go.

Each business has it's own signature bead for you to find and collect. It's a fun and affordable way to get yourself a beautiful, unique piece of jewelry. Get started with a map and a bracelet at participating Okanagan Visitor Centres and businesses.

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