Keith Wight checks out the unusual collection of art work at the Station House Gallery which features a show all about motorcycles this month. Called Into the Wind the show is all about motorcycle culture and its art

Keith Wight checks out the unusual collection of art work at the Station House Gallery which features a show all about motorcycles this month. Called Into the Wind the show is all about motorcycle culture and its art

Into the Wind, a fresh new perspective on lakecity art scene

The October show at the Station House Gallery brings a fresh new perspective to the art scene in Williams Lake.

The October show at the Station House Gallery brings a fresh new perspective to just how much art is around us every day that we take for granted.

Into the Wind is a celebration of motorcycles, from tiny little ones to souped up big ones and even really old bicycles that were first converted to motor power.

There are motorcycles creatively rebuilt by local fabricators and bike builders commanding the centre of the gallery. There are two sculptural creations make from motorcycle parts that are, when hooked up a workable shower and sink.

And there are intricate drawings, abstract paintings, realistic paintings, photography to capture the viewer’s attention.

And it is all just a little bit different because this show features the work of 15 local artists who bring their own particular appreciation for the motorcycle to the show.

Into the Wind is an exhibition about a passion for motorcycles and the open road with artistic contributions from Dave Brewin, Kevin Easthope, Brian Garten, Dana Hamblin, Jack Hood, Motocycho Norm, Ian Pare, Chris Purdy, Lori Rankin, Jana Roller, Jane Wellburn, John Wellburn, Kurt Williams, Matt Williams, Yann Yann, and Yuri.

The exhibit will be on display at the Station House Gallery until Oct. 24.