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Celebrating Canada Day Our Way!

Celebrating Canada Day Our Way!

The Blind Bay Painters are celebrating Canada Day their way by hosting an art show and sale for the community! There are over 120 pieces of artwork and several boutique items all original works from local artists just a hop skip and a jump from the Centennial field where much of the celebrations are held … Continue reading Celebrating Canada Day Our Way!

Blind Bay Painters 2018 Art Show and Sale

Blind Bay Painters 2018 Art Show and Sale

The Blind Bay Painters are celebrating Canada Day their own way, by hosting their annual art show and sale on Jun 30 and July 1 from 10 am – 4 pm.  Each year, the Blind Bay Painters (local artists from the Shuswap area) exhibit their original art at the Blind Bay hall and invite the world … Continue reading Blind Bay Painters 2018 Art Show and Sale

Jonn Einerssen and Vance Theoret Workshop

Jonn Einerssen and Vance Theoret Workshop

It always amazes me the quality of artist workshops that our little Shuswap community can bring to us!  Carol Warkentin of Sunnybrae manages to bring in a professional and renowned artist, Jonn Einerssen to Sunnybrae Community Hall to put on a workshop for experienced painters that help those painters take it up a notch!  Jonn … Continue reading Jonn Einerssen and Vance Theoret Workshop

Reedman Gallery Artist Collaborative

Reedman Gallery Artist Collaborative

While the weather is great in Shuswap, the smoke today is tending to put a damper on the typical outdoor activities.  Thankfully a drive in a air filtered air-conditioned car is not out of the question.  Great time to take family and visitors to the great artisan markets in the neighbourhood.   Today's feature artisan … Continue reading Reedman Gallery Artist Collaborative

2017 Blind Bay Painters Art Show and Sale Results

2017 Blind Bay Painters Art Show and Sale Results

On this very special 150 Anniversary of Canada, it was great to celebrate Canada in the Shuswap in so many different ways! One of the events that was part of the activity, was the Blind Bay Painters Annual Art Show and Sale! Twenty eight artists participated with 109 painting shown and several sales took place.

Painting Puzzle

Painting Puzzle

So what is this you ask?  The Blind Bay Painters created a large painting with 60 canvases combined to make one painting as a group project this year!  This is a snippet of cropped picture of the whole painting all put together and framed beautifully (Thanks to Bill Burton for building our massive frame for … Continue reading Painting Puzzle

Art Show During Canada Day Weekend!

The Blind Bay Painters are including their very popular annual art show and sale as part of the Canada Day activities. Just walking distance from Centennial Park is the Blind Bay Community Hall (2510 Blind Bay Rd) which is home to the Reedman Gallery where great selection of eclectic local artwork is on display for sale. Meet the artists and...

Every Painting has a Story #1

Every Painting has a Story #1

Artists paint for various reasons, but nearly every painting has a story.  It may be that travel to a new environment and an new sight inspired the painting.   Or maybe there is a special relationship with a person, pet, or even object being portrayed in the art.  Or perhaps the art is "accidental" started off as one thing … Continue reading Every Painting has a Story #1