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.
September 22nd to October 17th
October 20th to November 14th
November 17th to December 24th
We have placed a large heart in the courtyard at the gallery to collect plastic bottle caps. This is an invitation for you to drop off your clean bottle caps for use in a community art project in the future. Help us fill the heart.
February 1, 2020 marks the official merger of the Enderby and District Arts Council with the Enderby Artists Initiative (Courtyard Gallery). The revitalized Enderby and District Arts Council and Courtyard Gallery will continue to bring to the people of Enderby and District the art experiences that they have come to expect.
EDAC has moved it's office to Courtyard Gallery.enderbyartscouncil.ca
The People's Choice award for the February 2020 Open Exhibition went to artist Staar Caswell. Congratulations!
Our next Open Show will be February 2 to 28, 2021
Download an Entry Form and return it to the gallery by January 25th, 2021.
Lou Conron won 2nd place in mixed media at the Armstrong Ribbon Show, July 2019.
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Our Featured Artist is Mike Sykes. Mike is an artist from Sicamous. His wood carvings range in style from Folk Art to Fine Art. All are original Canadiana Art Work.
Mike's father took up wood carving when he was forced to retire from teaching because of ill health, and Mike followed along with him. That was 50 years ago.
Mike's focus has changed many times over the years from relief panels, to animals in the round, to life size, life like birds that are carved and painted to...