Station House Gallery – An Art Review of Sorts…

You will probably nod your head when I describe the feature artist currenly on display at the Station House Gallery in Williams Lake, British Columbia.  The Station House is a converted heritage rail station and it glows with the colour expertly applied by Lynn Capling.  Lynn is the kind of person that seems to be able to do anything and do it well.  She is not merely an Artist she is a shapeshifter that dons many hats and successfully.

The Art on display is a wonderful mix of expressionistic/impressionistic portraiture, landscapes, mosaicesque just to name a few.  Somehow with all these styles and variety there is a suprisingly cohesive theme to the exhibit.  Amazing!  These snaps do not do the paintings justice.  Get down to the Station House to see these before the show changes over.

The Station House can be found here; S T A T I O N   H O U S E   W E B S I T E

I could say more about this exhibit but I won’t.  I could gush on and on, but I will let your eyes wander and let these wonderful paintings speak directly to you.

 

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