Local exhibits – July 22

The Jumpers, a series of paintings and drawings by Erin Boake depicting a study of movement, is on display at the Harris-Warke Gallery until July 29. Call the gallery at 403-346-8937.

This painting titled Iris White Revised is among the works displayed at Gallery IS in Red Deer. The gallery will host the second of its two summer Art Markets Aug. 5-7. Hours for the sale: First Friday 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Saturday 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

This painting titled Iris White Revised is among the works displayed at Gallery IS in Red Deer. The gallery will host the second of its two summer Art Markets Aug. 5-7. Hours for the sale: First Friday 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Saturday 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The Jumpers, a series of paintings and drawings by Erin Boake depicting a study of movement, is on display at the Harris-Warke Gallery until July 29. Call the gallery at 403-346-8937.

Take Flight, a display of work by various local artists will be at the Hub until end of July. All proceeds from donated art, prints and cards will go to the Push to open Nature Society, Red Deer Chapter. Call the Hub at 403-340-4869 for more information.

Twisted: Works by Issy Covey will be on display in the Kiwanis Gallery of the Red Deer Public Library Downtown Branch until Aug. 21. Red Deer’s Issy Covey combines pottery and digital art with a fusion of both — and a twist. Phone 403-348-2787.

From Our Collection, an exhibit at the Red Deer Museum and Art Gallery, showcases objects and artifacts from Central Alberta’s history. Items will rotate throughout the year highlighting themes such as military, fossils, archeology and clothing and textiles, all celebrating our community’s history. Call the museum at 403-309-8405 or log on to www.reddeermuseum.com

The Farm Show: Seeding, Growing, Harvest, is a three part visual art exploration of contemporary farming issues and the drastic changes in agriculture practices over the past 50 years. This exhibit may be viewed at the Red Deer Museum and Art Gallery until Dec. 11. Call 403-309-8405 for more information or visit www.reddeermuseum.com

Farming Out Our Future, at the Red Deer Museum and Art Gallery explores farmers and ranchers who are fast becoming an endangered species. The question of who will own the countryside, live in, care for it or produce food from it is far from settled. explores some of the changes that have had an impact on rural life in Alberta from 1950 to the present. The exhibit runs until Nov. 13. Call the gallery at 403-309-8405 or visit www.reddeermuseum.com

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