Small Business BC has the largest small business awards competition in British Columbia.
These awards not only recognize the outstanding achievements of local entrepreneurs, they also provide a powerful platform for future success.
Courtyard Gallery has made it to the TOP TEN under the category of Community Impact.
People's Choice Award goes to:
February 5 to March 2, 2019.
A new category is now added to this Annual and very popular Exhibition: Youth Section.
Stay tuned for further information on more painting classes.
Valerie Rogers — May
Terry Greenhough — June
Lou Conron — July
Al Scott & Pottery Students August
Cynthia Langford — September
Dawn Scott — October
Little Treasures — November
Join Courtyard Gallery during the Enderby Arts Festival.
All the chairs will be auctioned off on that day.
Find your favourite chair and be ready to bid. Bid cards will be available at Courtyard Gallery.
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 Tatianna O'Donnell at:
Or download our Application Form and return it to the gallery.
Valerie Rogers joins some of Canada's most prestigious nature artists featured in Ducks Unlimited Canada’s (DUC) 2018 National Art Portfolio. By donating her artwork to DUC, Rogers is helping raise important funds for wetland conservation. One of her paintings was chosen by Ducks Unlimited.
Dawn Scott's painting “Beach Perspective” was awarded first prize in the Federation of Canadian Artists North Okanagan Chapter show at the Vernon Public Art Gallery in October.
Terry Greenhough received an award of excellence for his painting “Sockeye Struggle for Life” in the Federation of Canadian Artists Thompson Chapter show September through October in Kamloops.
Courtyard Gallery is now offering a lifetime membership for $100.
Renew your membership and get a $5 coupon towards your purchase at Courtyard Gallery AND RECEIVE our quarterly newsletter.
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Lou Conron was born in Kendal, England but has lived most of her life in Western Canada where she spent a great deal of time outdoors riding horses, hiking and camping. She is now delighted to be settled in Salmon Arm where she paints and teaches piano to both young and senior students.
As a third generation artist on her Mother’s side, she loves expressing herself through art, particularly watercolour. She is fascinated by its spontaneity and movement and how the picture sometimes just paints itself.