Art Exhibits

The Rotary Centre for the Arts offers individuals and community art groups the opportunity to display work in a variety of spaces throughout the centre. Those interested are encouraged to apply! Application to Exhibit


 

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My Studio

Display Cases & Alex Fong Galleria | February 2015

My Studio is an eclectic group of artists who range from emerging to professional. They embrace their diversity and welcome anyone who want to share in creative adventures.

My Studio is a concept created to provide a venue for artisans to explore their own creativity and talents. The only criteria to becoming a member is an interest in art and a desire to be creative.

Throughout this show you will find a variety of mediums brought to life by imaginations and creative hands.

 


 

Artwork by Shannon Lester

Shannon Lester

Upper Mezzanine
February 2015

Shannon was born in Vancouver, BC and raised in Mt. Pearl, Newfoundland. He received his Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree at Okanagan University College and his Masters of Fine Arts Degree from UBC (Okanagan) in Kelowna. Shannon also lived in Osaka, Japan for six years where he co-founded the drag-based performance art collective Kiss Kiss Bang Bang (kkbbcollective.com).

Shannon specializes in figurative painting in acrylic, oil, watercolour and mixed media. He also often experiments in video and electronic music. His recent works explore his fascination with storytelling, pop culture, performance art, gender and sexuality.

Shannon is currently accepting commissions. For more information please contact the artist at shannonlesterart@gmail.com or visit his website at shannonlester.com.

 


 

Artwork by Charles Robichaud

Charles Robichaud

South Atrium | February 2015

Charlie is a self-taught artist, new to painting. His goal is to create atmospheres with a soul. Some of which have no compass, no true north. He believes that if you turn them around, you will be surprised at what you find. Charlie lives and works in Kelowna, British Columbia but was born in Saint John, New Brunswick and raised in Hammond River, New Brunswick. He loves beauty in almost all forms (although snakes still freak him out). He wishes those who have read this, an inspired, beautiful and peaceful existence on life's journey. And to pay it forward.

 


MURALS
at the Rotary Centre for the Arts

Image Gallery - Mural Projects Before & After
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Homes for the Holidays - Kelowna Mountain

Next time you're by, check out our colourful murals! Each was created by a different group of teens, led by talented artists David and Jorden Doody.

 

Time Lapse Video of the first mural being created.