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Rebecca Fredrickson, on left, gets her classic Vancouver Canucks hockey jersey signed by Richard Brodeur. (Joel Katelnikoff photo)

VIDEO: Hockey and art collide as fans and art lovers come out to meet a king in Williams Lake

Richard “The King” Brodeur was on site in person at the opening reception of The King and I

 

Richard ‘The King’ Brodeur gets started on a plein air painting of Williams Lake, one of the pieces which will be included in the hockey-player-turned-artist’s show in July at the Station House Gallery. (Anne Brown photo)

Retired goalie-turned-artist to fill Station House Gallery for show in Williams Lake

Richard Brodeur is an artist, and yes, some of his paintings also include hockey

 

Artist Kathleen MacDonald was on hand to help host the opening of her upper gallery show Pourous on May 5, 2022. (Ruth Lloyd photo - Williams Lake Tribune)

Station House upper gallery show Pourous a first for Kathleen MacDonald

Upper gallery show Pourous creates something fantastical by combining mediums

Artist Kathleen MacDonald was on hand to help host the opening of her upper gallery show Pourous on May 5, 2022. (Ruth Lloyd photo - Williams Lake Tribune)
Some of artist Bobbie Crane’s work which was on display as part of the 2021 Williams Lake Art Walk. (Downtown Williams Lake BIA photo)

Art Walk will be back in downtown Williams Lake Aug. 13 to Sept. 7

Artists and businesses can now apply to participate in this year’s event

Some of artist Bobbie Crane’s work which was on display as part of the 2021 Williams Lake Art Walk. (Downtown Williams Lake BIA photo)
Some of the pieces which will be up for auction as part of the fundraiser show at the Station House Gallery opening on May 5. (Black Press Media photo)

Williams Lake’s Station House Gallery to open Art for Ukraine show

Fundraiser show will feature nearly 50 works by various artists to help raise funds for Ukraine

Some of the pieces which will be up for auction as part of the fundraiser show at the Station House Gallery opening on May 5. (Black Press Media photo)
Three of the pieces up at the Station House Gallery for the show Aging, Art and the Modern Elder (Ruth Lloyd photo - Williams Lake Tribune)
Three of the pieces up at the Station House Gallery for the show Aging, Art and the Modern Elder (Ruth Lloyd photo - Williams Lake Tribune)
Tiffany Jorgensen, one of the artists from Cariboo Art Beat, featured in the Station House Gallery show on now, Better Together, poses next to her favourite work in the show, <em>What the F is </em><em>Happening</em>. (Ruth Lloyd photo - Williams Lake Tribune)
Tiffany Jorgensen, one of the artists from Cariboo Art Beat, featured in the Station House Gallery show on now, Better Together, poses next to her favourite work in the show, <em>What the F is </em><em>Happening</em>. (Ruth Lloyd photo - Williams Lake Tribune)
Devereux Hodgson of Victoria’s works are in the latest artist exhibit on display at the Station House Gallery. (Rebecca Dyok photo)
Devereux Hodgson of Victoria’s works are in the latest artist exhibit on display at the Station House Gallery. (Rebecca Dyok photo)
Maureen LeBourdais stands with two of the pieces in her solo exhibit Elementals at the Station House Gallery through September. (Monica Lamb-Yorski photo - Williams Lake Tribune)

OUR HOMETOWN: Weaving a rich life in the Cariboo

Maureen LeBourdais has a solo exhibit on display at the Station House Gallery

Maureen LeBourdais stands with two of the pieces in her solo exhibit Elementals at the Station House Gallery through September. (Monica Lamb-Yorski photo - Williams Lake Tribune)
The original buckskin gloves worn by Rita Hamilton Place when she was the Stampede Queen in 1935 on loan from the Museum of the Cariboo Chilcotin. (Monica Lamb-Yorski photos - Williams Lake Tribune)

Station House summer show pays tribute to the Williams Lake Stampede

Sheila Wyse of Williams Lake shares thoughts on exhibit

  • Jul 25, 2021
The original buckskin gloves worn by Rita Hamilton Place when she was the Stampede Queen in 1935 on loan from the Museum of the Cariboo Chilcotin. (Monica Lamb-Yorski photos - Williams Lake Tribune)
Williams Lake artist Mandee Beaulieu was inspired to ask if Cariboo Art Beat would organize an art show focues on mental health awareness. (Monica Lamb-Yorski photo - Williams Lake Tribune)

Cariboo Art Beat exhibit focuses on mental health awareness

You’re Not Alone, runs until Friday, July 18

Williams Lake artist Mandee Beaulieu was inspired to ask if Cariboo Art Beat would organize an art show focues on mental health awareness. (Monica Lamb-Yorski photo - Williams Lake Tribune)
Downtown Williams Lake BIA has a new events co-ordinator, Leslie Mahar, whose first task is to organize Art Walk 2021. (Monica Lamb-Yorski photo - Williams Lake Tribune)
Downtown Williams Lake BIA has a new events co-ordinator, Leslie Mahar, whose first task is to organize Art Walk 2021. (Monica Lamb-Yorski photo - Williams Lake Tribune)
A painting of Alkali Lake Ranch by Gladys Wheatley on loan from Doug and Marie Mervyn is one of the many pieces featured in On Our Walls, the March show at the Station House Gallery. (Angie Mindus photo - Williams Lake Tribune)
A painting of Alkali Lake Ranch by Gladys Wheatley on loan from Doug and Marie Mervyn is one of the many pieces featured in On Our Walls, the March show at the Station House Gallery. (Angie Mindus photo - Williams Lake Tribune)
The summer exhibit in the Station House Gallery features works by members of the Cariboo Arts Society, which was formed 75 years ago. In the forefront is Anne Brown’s Whimsical Garden, to the left is Dwayne Davis’s Carr in the Cariboo and on the right is Jean Wellburn’s (Monica Lamb-Yorski photo)
The summer exhibit in the Station House Gallery features works by members of the Cariboo Arts Society, which was formed 75 years ago. In the forefront is Anne Brown’s Whimsical Garden, to the left is Dwayne Davis’s Carr in the Cariboo and on the right is Jean Wellburn’s (Monica Lamb-Yorski photo)
The Station House will be closed for the foreseeable future due to COVID-19 concerns. Photo submitted.

Station House Gallery closed due to COVID-19

Staff are looking into offering online art classes during the next few weeks

The Station House will be closed for the foreseeable future due to COVID-19 concerns. Photo submitted.
Lyn Capling is the artist behind Our Beautiful Resilient Planet, a series of paintings that captures and celebrates all the planet has to offer. (Patrick Davies photo - Williams Lake Tribune)

Earth’s wonders documented in Our Beautiful Resilient Planet

In the Station House’s Main Gallery from February and March, the natural world is on full display

Lyn Capling is the artist behind Our Beautiful Resilient Planet, a series of paintings that captures and celebrates all the planet has to offer. (Patrick Davies photo - Williams Lake Tribune)
At Lake City Secondary Williams Lake Campus this week student artists of all types are showcasing their work in a group show called the LCSS Student Art Exhibition to celebrate the end of the winter semester. (Patrick Davies photos - Williams Lake Tribune)

LCSS students putting on art show for the community

On Jan. 24 the students will be hosting an opening night from 5 to 8 p.m. for the public to attend

At Lake City Secondary Williams Lake Campus this week student artists of all types are showcasing their work in a group show called the LCSS Student Art Exhibition to celebrate the end of the winter semester. (Patrick Davies photos - Williams Lake Tribune)
Portraiture Through The Eyes of Artist Nicholas Pearce

Portraiture Through The Eyes of Artist Nicholas Pearce

Painter teaches the art of the portrait and exhibits students’ work

  • Mar 6, 2019
Portraiture Through The Eyes of Artist Nicholas Pearce
The World of Artist Julia Trops

The World of Artist Julia Trops

Art and Activism mix in life of Colwood painter and sculptor

  • Feb 4, 2019
The World of Artist Julia Trops