See Here Now – Extended

Village Gallery 1975 Vernon Street, Lumby, BC

Join us for our second Artist in Residence show at the Village Gallery as Robin Ledrew's presents 'See Here Now' The show combines some of Ledrew's recent acrylic paintings (2020) with a selection of her work from the past fifty years. Acrylic, watercolour, digital art, pencil and oil are all represented. Of interest to any

April Photography show

Village Gallery 1975 Vernon Street, Lumby, BC

Due to the pandemic and the cancellation of Lumby Days for 2021, the Monashee Arts Council and the Village Gallery is hosting a photography competition and show for the month of April 2021. At such a transitional time of year, between winter and spring, it is a magical opportunity for photographers of all levels, be

Pictographic Reflections

Village Gallery 1975 Vernon Street, Lumby, BC

'Spotted Lake' by David Wilson Sookinakin David Wilson Sookinakin is a renowned First Nations artist from the Okanagan Nation. As a child, David looked for his own Nation’s art forms, but could only find a few pictographs. After discovering a book of local pictographs in the public library, he studied it extensively and went on

People, Plants and Pollinators

Village Gallery 1975 Vernon Street, Lumby, BC

The Monashee Arts Council (MAC) is currently hosting their new show at the Village Gallery, which underlines the relationship of art and nature. In 1699, Maria Sibylla Merian, a 52-year-old German artist and naturalist, travelled with her adult daughter Dorothea to Surinam in South America, and was the first person to accurately observe insects as

Re-wilding, and Nature scaping with Roseanne Van EE

OAP hall 1737 Glencaird street, Lumby, BC

Join the Monashee Arts Council for a special Q&A event with ROSEANNE VAN EE, well-known educator and naturalist in conjunction with our current show ‘People, Plants, and Pollinators’ happening now at the Village Gallery at 1975 Vernon Street (Hwy. 6) This special event will be held on Saturday, July 17, 2021 from 3:00 pm and

Home Arts

Village Gallery 1975 Vernon Street, Lumby, BC

The lockdowns of the previous year have meant we have had to find new ways to keep ourselves busy, thus allowing many to either hone skills they already possessed or for some to explore new skills. MAC has invited these artisans to show you their applied art skills in this special showcase. Dates: August 2nd  to

Power of Storytelling

Village Gallery 1975 Vernon Street, Lumby, BC

Stories have always been an integral part of what it is to be human, whether in our own personal lives or through our history and culture. It is perhaps one of the things which make us human; we have been conveying stories since before the written word came into being. Originally stories and the lessons

“Through the Looking Glass or the Selfie”

Village Gallery 1975 Vernon Street, Lumby, BC

Let’s face it! We’re all tired of hiding. We miss seeing each other and being seen so The Monashee Arts Council is excited to present “The Selfie- Through the looking glass” the perfect show for the season! In the past, artists have used their self-portraits as a kind of business card: “here I am and this is the

Hometown Pride

Village Gallery 1975 Vernon Street, Lumby, BC

Join us as we celebrate Hometown Pride in this wonderful collection by Local Artists from our amazing community. For some people Lumby and it’s amazing surrounding area, has been home since they were born and for some it became home after a move. This collection of Art captures all the elements that make up the

Artist Trading Cards and Miniature works

Village Gallery 1975 Vernon Street, Lumby, BC

Artist Trading Cards (commonly referred to as ATCs) are miniature pieces of art that are traded around the world. Artists create trade and collect art at organized “swap” events, either in person or online. The only official rule for ATCs is the size: 2-1/2 inches by 3-1/2 inches. Other Miniature Works for our July show