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Illuminating Language by internationally exhibited and award-winning artist, Dick Averns, is a survey exhibition, spanning thirty years of text-based art addressing a range of topics including social justice, conflict, natural resources and mental wellness. Averns’ art has been acquired for multiple collections, including by the Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery, Department of National Defence, Province of Alberta, City of Calgary, and multiple private collections. The critical value of his work was recognized in 2020 when Dick received the City of Calgary Mayor’s Cultural Leaders Legacy Award for Healing Through the Arts, following a multi-year project addressing community mental wellness.


A Visual Journey: Rediscovering Artistic Exploration at Mackie House "During my time at Mackie House, I rediscovered my love for painting.  Life had been so busy that I hadn’t spent much time in my art studio this year.  However, my main goal during this residency was to paint the beautiful local scenery.  Normally, I like […]

Beautiful Parasites

Tammy Salzl Tammy Salzl’s exhibition titled Beautiful Parasites is a multi-media installation consisting of paintings, sculptural objects, video, and sound composed by Canadian composer Greg Mulyk. Generally, there are several dominant themes in Salzl’s artwork. The artwork is a commentary on the human condition often associated with societal norms and status. Some of the works examine consequences […]

Voices of Vernon

Vernon Public Art Gallery 3228 31st Ave, Vernon, Canada

SD 22 Students With a goal of encouraging intercultural understanding and to build community connections. Voices of Vernon, supported by the B.C. Anti-Racism and Multiculturalism grant, will see local organizations work with School District 22 to hold these conversations and allow students and educators to identify and take action against discrimination and racism. A collaborative […]

Jessie Emilie x Eye Factory: Reconnection

Vernon Public Art Gallery 3228 31st Ave, Vernon, Canada

Jessie Emilie Schmode and Troy Teichrib Current MFA Candidates and artists duo, Jessie Emilie Schmode and Troy Teichrib will be showcasing recent paintings in an exhibition titled: Reconnection. The paintings focus on figuration and urban graphic abstraction.

Through the Gardens

Vernon Public Art Gallery 3228 31st Ave, Vernon, Canada

Laurence Belzile Laurence Belzile’s exhibition titled Through the Gardens features colorful abstract paintings with both softness and forcefulness. Born in Gaspésie, QC in 1994, Laurence Belzile now lives and works in Vancouver, BC. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Concordia University with a major in painting and drawing, and a Master of Fine Arts from […]

There Must Be Life

Vernon Public Art Gallery 3228 31st Ave, Vernon, Canada

Ulrich J. Wolff The Vernon Public Art Gallery is pleased to introduce the exhibition titled There Must Be Life produced by Ulrich J. Wolff. Based in Karlsruhe, Germany, the artist and educator is known for his vast range of images including natural and urban landscapes, architecture, bodies of water, fields, forests, and vegetation. While dedicated to photographically […]

Art from the Heart

Vernon Public Art Gallery 3228 31st Ave, Vernon, Canada

SD 22 Elementary Students Art from the Heart is the annual exhibition by elementary students from School District No.22. Their artwork delights viewers with their creativeness under the guidance of their art teacher. Join us on Saturday, March 16th, for the opening day of the exhibition.


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