Visual Arts

An art show opening patron views some of the paintings by Garry Toop. (Ruth Lloyd photo - Williams Lake Tribune)

Station House Gallery in Williams Lake features two new shows for Sept/Oct

Works by a Kelowna artists in downstairs gallery and local artists Chris and Kevin Easthope upstairs

 

Some of the students at Williams Lake Secondary School - Columneetza campus who helped paint the new Indigenous mural. (Sarah Sigurdson photo)

Updating and uplifting: Williams Lake muralist helps Columneetza students with update

Sarah Sigurdson worked with strudents at Columneetza to update an outdated Indigenous mural

Some of the students at Williams Lake Secondary School - Columneetza campus who helped paint the new Indigenous mural. (Sarah Sigurdson photo)
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

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

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)
Artist Anne Brown stands next to her painting of puffins at the Station House Gallery on June 2, 2022 for the opening night reception of the group show Wind, Wings & Distractions. (Ruth Lloyd photo - Williams Lake Tribune)
Artist Anne Brown stands next to her painting of puffins at the Station House Gallery on June 2, 2022 for the opening night reception of the group show Wind, Wings & Distractions. (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)
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)
Ken Mizokoshi shared his images of items left behind in Nagasaki after the Aug. 9, 1945 atomic bombing by the U.S. (Christine van Reeuwyk/News Staff)

Remembering Nagasaki: B.C. photographer moulds a vivid story of atomic bomb aftermath

Ken Mizokoshi’s collective work has been featured in Japan, New York City; Victoria could be next?

Ken Mizokoshi shared his images of items left behind in Nagasaki after the Aug. 9, 1945 atomic bombing by the U.S. (Christine van Reeuwyk/News Staff)
Mark Heine with a painting from his Sirens series. Two pieces from the series will go to the moon later this year. (Jake Romphf/News Staff)

B.C. artist’s paintings bound for galactic gallery on the moon

Two of Mark Heine’s paintings will make the lunar leap aboard the Peregrine Lander in December

Mark Heine with a painting from his Sirens series. Two pieces from the series will go to the moon later this year. (Jake Romphf/News Staff)
Found Poems, oil on canvas, is one of the pieces in an exhibit of works by Prince George artist Corey Hardeman at the Station House Gallery in Williams Lake. (Monica Lamb-Yorski photo - Williams Lake Tribune)

Found poems: Station House Gallery October exhibit shines

The exhibit features fresh works from Prince George artist Corey Hardeman

Found Poems, oil on canvas, is one of the pieces in an exhibit of works by Prince George artist Corey Hardeman at the Station House Gallery in Williams Lake. (Monica Lamb-Yorski photo - Williams Lake Tribune)