Dreamtime Imagery

Kelowna Art Gallery presents Weekend Workshop Dreamtime Imagery on Saturday October 16, 10 am - 4:00 pm plus Sunday October 17, 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm. In this weekend workshop, instructor Lee Claremont will show students how to explore imagery that comes from the creative forces that dwell within us.

Students will use acrylic paint as the medium and slides of First Nations artworks as examples. First Nations peoples have relied on storytelling, dreams and visions to create verbal and visual images of the world around them for thousands of years. This course will focus on how to bring your internal stories to life in a visual way.

Lee Claremont was born in Woodstock, Ontario of Mohawk and Irish ancestry. She is a member of the Six Nations in Oshweken, Ontario. Lee now resides in Kelowna, B.C. where she is well known for her vibrant paintings. Her work can be found in collections in Europe, Asia and North America. Lee finds herself busy these days with teaching at the En'owkin Centre in Penticton, her art career and six grandchildren.

For more information please contact Renee Burgess Public Programming Coordinator 250-762-2226 Ext 310.

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