February 3, 2024
Spring Art Launch- Grizzli's Art Gallery 'Symphony of Colors'
Join Grizzli Winery for our spring art launch and gallery exhibition, a ‘Symphony of Colors.’ Showcasing West Kelowna's very own, the West Kelowna Artists.
Time & Location
February 3, 2024, 4:00–7:00 p.m.
Grizzli Winery, 2550 Boucherie Rd, Kelowna, BC V1Z 2E6, Canada
About the Event
On Feb 3rd, from 4:00- 7:00 pm, the doors open for the official viewing of 'Symphony of Colors'. The night will consist of a performance from the Okanagan Youth Symphony Orchestra (OYSO), festive cocktails and wine, charcuterie pairing, a meet-and-greet with the West Kelowna Artists (WKA) and a charitable silent auction! Admission is free; RSVP to reserve your spot. Experience the harmony of wine, music and art all in one night!
This exhibition is a composition of coloured-inspired artworks. Everything from nature, animals, seasons & blooms, picturesque locations, majestic landscapes and one-of-a-kind bright abstracts. A ‘symphony of colours’ represents the beauty and awe surrounding us. It’s the artist's passion to capture it and our ability to be inspired by it! The West Kelowna Artists is a group of talented women who have joined forces to inspire and motivate. They believe the magic behind the canvas happens when they gather. This exhibition features 11 artists from (WKA) revealing their style and methods, including a mix of watercolours, oils, abstract, and acrylic mediums.
4:00 pm- Doors open, (OYSO) performs, silent auction bidding opens
4:30 pm- Intro & speeches
5:30 pm- Silent auction closes & winners announced
7:00 pm- Doors close
The silent auction will feature ten musically inspired artworks created by the (WKA) to raise funds for the Okanagan Youth Symphony Orchestra, with 100% of the proceeds donated directly to OYSO.
This spring exhibition will run from Jan 30th to May 24th and is located inside our wine lounge and tasting room, Canada's largest tasting room. The exhibition is open daily to the public with seasonal hours.
Featuring artists include:
Arlene Currie Plumpton