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Mingle with Local Artists at the Avens Gallery in Canmore

posted by: BEST WESTERN PLUS Pocaterra Inn on: April 30, 2014 05:15:44 PM


Since 1986, Canmore’s Avens Gallery has been a beacon for local up-and-coming artists. Their diverse collection represents the work of local artists in a variety of mediums including oil, acrylic, photography, glass, stone and bronze, with an emphasis on pieces that speak to the spirit of Alberta. It’s the perfect place for visitors to soak up our province’s artistic spirit.

The Avens Gallery is host to a number of special exhibitions and events throughout the year. Here’s a list of what coming up over the next few months.

The Trees: Exhibition and Artist Demo by Sandra Chapman | May 18
Painter Sandra Chapman of Kelowna, BC will unveil her new collection at the Avens Gallery this May long weekend. Her work focuses on rejuvenation and growth in nature and is a perfect fit with the Avens collection. Join Sandra and other art lovers for the opening of her week-long exhibition and a demonstration of her artistic technique. Beverages and treats will be provided.

Multiplicity by Jerry Markham: An Unveiling | June 28
Hailing from Vernon, BC, Jerry Markham paints landscapes that communicate beyond their subject matter to encapsulate ideas and emotions both challenging and joyous. His most recent collection is a expression of his travcels and experiences over the last several years.

Living Florals: Exhibition and Artist Demo by Rena Bierman | July 19
Relax with some art therapy on a Saturday afternoon with special guest artist-in-residence Rena Bierman. She will be demonstrating her floral paintings that seem to come to life to the canvas.

For any of our guests here at the BEST WESTERN PLUS Pocaterra Inn Canmore, we highly recommend a visit to the Avens Gallery. And for anyone visiting Canmore, we highly recommend staying at our hotel, which offers modern comforts and upscale features in a great location!
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