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Carrs Landing Art Tour 2017

August 5, 2017 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Lake Country, BC
Lake Country

Carrs landing artists welcome you into their home studios. Come enjoy their art, stone sculptures, metal sculpture, healing jewelry and inspiring collages .

The art tour passport is your key to the tour with a map of the location of all the artists studios. Passports are available in local wineries as well as at Lake Country Art Gallery and Winfield IGA.

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The artists

Doug Alcock
From the top of the commonage, an anvil rings, forged steel and found pieces come together creating sculpture with a heartbeat.

John Waite
“Living in the landscape” farming and painting for the last 44 years. John’s new works include two large format landscapes and flower imagery sourced from his wife’s market garden.

Chris Malmkvist
Chris had a very successful and busy 2016, completing a large commission along with new paintings and large sculptures.
2017 is turning out to be another exciting year. After a long visit at the stone importer, chris has been steadily working on stone sculptures as well as new paintings to be part of the tour.

Maureen Kaczowksi
Maureen's professional use of the collage medium has enabled her to creatively illustrate the absurdities of contemporary society while balancing its beauty and tension. All her images used in her handmade assemblages have been personally harvested from a vast collection of vintage and current print material  without any use of digital reproductions.

Virginia (Ginny ) May   
Virginia (painting under the name ginny may brown,) has a free and unencumbered approach to art. Her work has an impressionistic style and her Okanagan lakeside property is her natural muse.

Dale Harris    
Dale is as unique as the healing crystals with which  she hand designs and crafts her one of a kind healing jewelry. The vibrant coloured  stones and crystals are worked into fashion statements that bring energy and healing vibrations to the owners.

Laine Lowe
Laines journey as an artist continues to evolve. She started painting realistic paintings fifteen years ago and now has expanded her work to include abstract pieces, semi-abstract pieces and mixed media. This year laine began to explore the world of fused glass.

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