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The Tumbleweed Gallery is an artist collective. We aim to provide a strong and active voice within the Okanagan Arts community. . Since our founding 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.
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Exhibit at the Tumbleweed Gallery. Show runs until June 15th 2017
Former Show at Tumbleweed Gallery Motive June 23rd to November 23rd 2016 Motive See artworks from the 8 member artists of the Tumbleweed Collective, including: Jill Leir Salter Liz Marshall Susan McCarrell WL Hibberd Carol Munro Jenny Long Kirsten Robertson Jessie Dunlop The works in this show are inspired by the word Motive: a reason[…]
Traction Open from November 19th 2015 to June 16th 2016 See artworks from the 8 member artists of the Tumbleweed Collective, including: Jill Leir Salter Liz Marshall Susan McCarrell WL Hibberd Carol Munro Jenny Long Kirsten Robertson Jessie Dunlop The works in this show are inspired by the word Traction. Traction: “the action of drawing[…]
Hugging Tree Winery and Gallery Art from Tumbleweed Artist Liz Marshall, and local artist Jenny Moon will be on display at the Hugging Tree Winery, in Cawston BC. From December 2015 to February 2016 Learn more about the Hugging Tree Winery
Eight versus 200 Art Exhibit at the St. Germain Cafe and Gallery, Penticton From December 19th to January 6th 2016 Featuring artwork from 8 local artists, all priced at exactly $200. Come and see the show before it closes, and enjoy a latte too! Learn more about the St. Germain Cafe and Gallery