Courtyard Gallery has made the difficult decision to close its doors for the next while starting immediately. We will reevaluate the health situation of Covid-19 in our community continuing to monitor the evolving situation until we can open again. We thank you for your support during this difficult time. We'll keep in touch and will see you all soon. Take care of each other.
Art Vancouver 2020 is putting out a call for Artists. Registration for Art Vancouver 2020 is open at this time.
This is an excellent opportunity for artists to showcase their work. For more information check out their website — www.artvancouver.net
Courtyard Gallery Artist Al Scott is offering fall pottery classes at Breakaway Pottery in Vernon.
The classes run from February to June.
Al can be contacted by: email or phone 250-558-3661.
Nola Neilson — March
Marg Froess — April
Cynthia Langford — May
Betty Hubert — June
Lou Conron — July
Bonnie Baker — August
Mike Sykes — September
February 1, 2020 marks the official merger of the Enderby and District Arts Council with the Enderby Artists Initiative (Courtyard Gallery). The revitalized Enderby and District Arts Council and Courtyard Gallery will continue to bring to the people of Enderby and District the art experiences that they have come to expect.
EDAC has moved it's office to Courtyard Gallery.enderbyartscouncil.ca
Courtyard Gallery is accepting applications from committed artists and artisans who are interested in becoming “gallery artists”. All pieces must be the original, hand-produced work of the artists, and members are chosen for originality and diversity of their work.
In exchange for a monthly membership fee, your work will be exhibited in the gallery. We charge a small commission fee of 20% and we all work co-operatively to run the gallery.
If you are interested in being part of this not for profit, artist run gallery, please contact Diane Larsen at:
Or download our Application Form and return it to the gallery.
Lou Conron won 2nd place in mixed media at the Armstrong Ribbon Show, July 2019.
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Nola has always leaned toward artistic endeavors. She studied fashion design and pattern making. She has used these skills in all areas of her life. Nola has also enjoyed being involved in the performing arts and participated on stage in many dramatic and musical productions.
She always said that she would take up painting in later life and in 2000 got a canvas...