Festival of All Things Arts


Genres: Visual Arts 2018

Ronnie Dean Harris, Ostwelve

Ronnie Dean Harris

Ronnie Dean Harris aka Ostwelve, is a Stō:lo/St’át’imc/Nlaka’pamux multimedia artist based in Vancouver, BC. Currently, he is working as the Program Director for “Reframing Relations” with the Community Arts Council of Vancouver delivering programming for indigenous and non-indigenous artists to interface with students and youth in schools and communities around the concept of reconciliation.

Come see Ronnie’s exhibition at the Island Mountain Arts Gallery on Pooley Street during the festival!

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Charlie-Walker

Charlie Rae Walker / A Raven Called Crow

West Coast based multidisciplinary artist who divides her practice between Painting/ Printmaking/ animation/ music and performance. You may have seen her perform music previously at ArtsWells as A Raven Called Crow.
” (Charlie’s approach to art-making is celebratory and liberated. The drawings embody a spirit of the uncontrollable tumultuous; with love, humour and grief ”
-Shary Boyle

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Kristine Lee Shepherd

Kristine Lee has wanted to be an artist since she first put pencil to paper. She is a self-taught artist living in beautiful Penticton BC. Building her own frames and stretching her own canvas, building her own cradleboard as well as painting on salvaged wood and other items. Kristine produces a textured look by layering plaster and primer to her canvas before painting and sanding. Then adding more layers of acrylic paint to add depth and age to her paintings. She is influenced by the environment/nature, social/political issues, biblical imagery, the human form/portraits as well as her own pain and bliss. Kristine has been involved in several local art shows including the “2013 Erotic Art Show” at Sparkling Hills Resort in Vernon BC as well as a personal show in Osoyoos, one in Vancouver and recently a show at The Penticton Public Art Gallery in spring of 2016 titled “Tarnished Saints”. Kristine is very community involved and currently a member of The Penticton Art Gallery Board. You can see more of Kristine’s distinct artwork at “Smudged Paint by Kristine Lee” https://www.facebook.com/smudgedpaintbykristinelee/

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