The Tumbleweed Gallery
The Tumbleweed Gallery is an artist collective. We aim to provide a strong and active voice within the Okanagan Arts community. Founded in 1996, the Tumbleweed Gallery Collective has been continually challenging and exploring individual advancement in the arts. Together our members strive to promote and nurture the growth of contemporary art in B.C.
Different Styles and Approaches
Meet the artists, learn about their art.
A selective choice of contemporary art
Knowledge, experience and impeccable workmanship brought to the framing and composition process.
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See the Artist Lyse Deselliers in action, with a Live painting event at the Tumblweed Gallery. This event is part of the Arts Rising & Culture Day festival. Join us for a fun FREE and family friendly event. Friday September 27th 2019 from 4pm to 6pm.
Exciting News! We are accepting applications for a new artist to join the collective. We have 6 member artists and are looking for one more artist to join our ranks 🙂 About the Tumbleweed Gallery. The Tumbleweed is an artist run gallery in Penticton, BC. We work together to provide a strong and active voice Read more about A Call For Artists – Penticton, BC.[…]
Blossom Artist Reception and OpeningThursday June 20th, from 5pm to 8pm Featuring all new works from the 7 artists of the Tumbleweed Collective. PLUS Budding Artists – A youth art exhibit featuring the works of 4 up and coming artists. Introduction at 7pm! Enter to win an original piece of art by Jessie Dunlop. “Blossom” Read more about Blossom[…]
Hello Summer Artwalk – Penticton, BCThursday, June 20th from 5pm to 8pm Where: Downtown Penticton – on Main Street, Martin Street, Front Street & 220 Manor Avenue, Penticton (Click for a Map) When: Thursday June 20th from 5pm to 8pm How Much: Free The details: Eleven (11!) Gallery openings in one night, all in downtown Read more about Hello Summer! Artwalk[…]
Did you know? Penticton is home to more than 15 art galleries! Many are within easy walking distance. This is a free, and family friendly activity that you can enjoy on a quiet day or rainy afternoon. Why not grab a map from one of the galleries and start your own art adventure. Where to Read more about Tour the Art Scene in Penticton[…]
Art you looking for the Hello Summer! Penticton Artwalk? Click here! 🙂 About the Hello Santa! Winter Artwalk: Eight Gallery openings in one night, all in downtown Penticton! Tour the galleries, all within a few minutes from each other. Meet the artists and enjoy the festive atmosphere. Mix and mingle, share stories and learn what Read more about Annual Art Walk – Penticton[…]
Interviews with the Tumbleweed Artist Collective Shaw TV came to meet the artist collective and chat with our members. Click on the videos to learn more about the individual artists, and what makes them tick! Interview with Jessie Dunlop Interview with artist Vikki Drummond Interview with artist Carol Munro Interview with artist Lyse Deselliers Interview Read more about Meet the Artists[…]
Gathering New Art exhibit at the Tumbleweed Gallery. Gathering features new work by all 8 members of the Tumbleweed Artists Collective. This exhibit explores the storytelling aspect of art-making. Each artist has a story to tell through their visual language, you will be able to read their personal stories as part of the show. Artists Read more about Gathering – Until June 2019[…]
Opening Reception at the Tumbleweed Gallery 452 Main Street, Penticton Thursday, November 23rd from 5pm to 8pm Featured Artists: The work of Liz Marshal is bright and packed with colour, shapes and whimsy. Her art takes many forms: from a wall of small 4″x4″ squares, to large works on paper. Layers build up on top Read more about Opening Reception – Wild[…]
New Art from the Tumbleweed Gallery & Artist Collection – Penticton. HEADS UP June 15th – September 15th Opening Reception Thursday, June 15th 5pm-8pm About the Exhibition HEADS UP is a group exhibition at the Tumbleweed Gallery (Penticton, BC) that explores the phrase “Heads Up” in its many varied interpretations. The title is drawn from Read more about HEADS UP – New Art from Local Okanagan Artists[…]