Robert and Sangito Bigelow – Father & Son – at Headbones Gallery

By Staff Writer – Vernon Morning Star Former Vernon resident Robert Bigelow is proof that artistry does get passed down through genes.   Known for his detailed pen and ink drawings, Bigelow’s son, Sangito, is also a renowned artist in his own right. Robert Bigelow, 35A – 2011, ink pen, 10”x7 A recorded musician, he is currently studying at Emily Carr University, and has developed a visual language that is clear, hip and technically... Read More

Visiting Toronto Artist to Teach Printmaking Workshop at the Vernon Community Art Centre

VISITING ARTIST! Ortansa Moraru Teaching at the VCAC   We are so excited to announce that the extraordinarily talented Ortansa Moraru, visiting artist from Toronto, will be teaching a one-day printmaking workshop here at the VCAC on Thursday, March 22. She will be in the Okanagan in conjunction with her exhibit at the Headbones Gallery.   This is going to be a super fantastic class, and is likely to fill up quickly, so register now! The... Read More

This oookian Makes ART too – Katie Brennan at Headbones Gallery OPENS TOMORROW

text by Julie Oakes Vernon’s Katie Brennan is showing her water-based work in Chasing Waves at Headbones Gallery. Vernon-raised artist Katie Brennan has been making waves ever since she picked up a paint brush. Currently the curator at the Lake Country Art Gallery, and the founder of the new online arts and culture magazine, oook.ca, Brennan continues to immerse herself deep in the trenches of the Okanagan arts scene. Next week she will be the... Read More

Headbones Gallery – new exhibition

HEADBONES GALLERY  presents Zachari Logan In the Picture Gallery and Katie Brennan In the Drawers Gallery   October 7 – November 5, 2011 Opening – Friday, October 7 6700 Old Kamloops Road,Vernon, BC  V1H 1P8 Tel: 250-542-8987 E: info@headbonesgallery.com W: www.headbonesgallery.com Hours: Tue-Sat 12-6p It is hard to resist the appeal of Logan’s large scale, infinitely and beautifully detailed drawings so that once blown over by the... Read More

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