Gillian Redwood’s partner Caelen Starblanket Laroque provides some musical ambience on guitar during the opening of her show.

The faces of Revelstoke



Three new shows opened at the Revelstoke Visual Arts Centre. In the main room was a solo show by Nakusp artist Gillian Redwood. The side gallery featured ‘The Human Face of Revelstoke,’ a juried show featuring works by numerous local artists (see below for a list of winners). In the smaller room was Peonies to Privies, by the Golden Girls watercolour group.

Here is the list of winners from the Human Face of Revelstoke show:

Gold awards:

Tina Lindegaard – Purely Me

Ron Nixon – Prisoners of Progress

Kip Wiley – Kay

Kip Wiley – Josee

Silver awards:

Krista Stovel – Waterboy

Kip Wiley – Sharon

Diane Winingder – George

Diane Winingder – Attitude: Sandi Young

Bronze awards:

Eve Fisher – Citizen of the Years

Margo Goodman – Jeanette Bonthoux

Toni Johnston – Dad Laughing at His Own Joke

Carmen Segger – Warped

Kip Wiley – Nicola

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