Sponsored by Courtyard Gallery
Sunday, August 24th
9am to 4pm
At the well known heritage property:
749 Enderby Grindrod Road
Entrance by donation
Well set up for events with lots of parking, Lilypad Ranch is a large landscaped acreage located near the Enderby Cliffs showcasing large koi ponds, farm animals, extensive flower gardens, several heritage buildings, pastures and old trees.
Artists from Courtyard Gallery
will be set up in the gardens to paint and talk to you when you come to visit.
Some artists will be set up to sell jewelry, pottery, paintings and more.
There will be light refreshments by donation.
Come and meet the artists
2019 People's Choice award went to:
A new category is now added to this Annual and very popular Exhibition:
The Courtyard Gallery invites all local artists to exhibit in this open Exhibition. Paintings, drawings & three dimensional items will be considered. All items must be properly framed or finished, wire hangers only. Art pieces are to be no larger than 16x20, 3D art to be of a similar size. No reproductions.
Applications must be in by September 18th.
Drop off—September 28th, 10am to 4pm
Pick Up—November 2nd, 4pm.
There will be a $10 entry fee and you must be a member of the Enderby Artists' Initiative for a fee of $20 annual membership fee. (Those who have already paid their supporting membership for 2019 do not have to pay again).
There is a separate category for Young Artists 14 to 20 years, for which there is no membership requirement. The fee is $5.
Forms will be available on our website, or at the Gallery, or you may pick up or get information from:
Salmon Arm — Terry email@example.com
Salmon Arm — Jo firstname.lastname@example.org
Enderby — Karen email@example.com
Fees can be paid via e-transfer, cheque or cash.
Mike Sykes is a non-indigenous carver who produces carving in the North West Native Style carving mainly in Basswood. He makes plaques, bowls, miniature Totem Poles, wooden boots and much more. He will be demonstrating techniques on the following dates at the gallery. Come in and meet him and see how he creates these wonderful works...you're in for a treat...
August 3 — 11:30am to 3:30pm
Courtyard Gallery Artist Al Scott is offering fall pottery classes at Breakaway Pottery in Vernon.
The classes start the first week in September and run until mid December.
Al can be contacted by: email or phone 250-558-3661.
Al Scott — August
Terry Greenhough September
Howard Brown October
Open Exhibition October
EDAC has moved it's office to Courtyard Gallery.enderbyartscouncil.ca
Courtyard Gallery is accepting applications from committed artists and artisans who are interested in becoming “gallery artists”. All pieces must be the original, hand-produced work of the artists, and members are chosen for originality and diversity of their work.
In exchange for a monthly membership fee, your work will be exhibited in the gallery. We charge a small commission fee of 20% and we all work co-operatively to run the gallery.
If you are interested in being part of this not for profit, artist run gallery, please contact Diane Larsen at:
Or download our Application Form and return it to the gallery.
Lou Conron won 2nd place in mixed media at the Armstrong Ribbon Show, July 2019.
Courtyard Gallery is now offering a lifetime membership for $100.
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Our featured artist for August is Al Scott.
Al loves making pottery both decorative and functional art. He finds the whole process of throwing, playing in the clay, and developing/making glazes energizing. Al is also a teacher and conducts classes in his studio in Vernon. He shares his process with his students and also learns from them…
MEET THE ARTIST
Al will be in the gallery: