Making Our Mark art show on display in Clearwater

May Burstrom stands next to her artwork, “War Horse.” It was created using oil paint on raised leather. The piece is on display at the Making Our Mark art show underway now at Clearwater Lodge. The show, which is being put on by North Thompson Arts Council, will last until June 25. Hours are 1-4 p.m. A total of 61 pieces of art by 43 local artists are on display in the hotel’s lobby. A grand opening was held Sunday afternoon, May 22. (Keith McNeill photo)May Burstrom stands next to her artwork, “War Horse.” It was created using oil paint on raised leather. The piece is on display at the Making Our Mark art show underway now at Clearwater Lodge. The show, which is being put on by North Thompson Arts Council, will last until June 25. Hours are 1-4 p.m. A total of 61 pieces of art by 43 local artists are on display in the hotel’s lobby. A grand opening was held Sunday afternoon, May 22. (Keith McNeill photo)
Artist Doris Laner point to her painting, “Tenacity,” during the Making Our Mark art show at Clearwater Lodge. The show, which is being put on by North Thompson Arts Council, will last until June 25. (Keith McNeill photo)Artist Doris Laner point to her painting, “Tenacity,” during the Making Our Mark art show at Clearwater Lodge. The show, which is being put on by North Thompson Arts Council, will last until June 25. (Keith McNeill photo)
“River Runs Deep,” a painting by June Haring, shows a string of pack-horses crossing a rushing mountain stream. (Keith McNeill photo)“River Runs Deep,” a painting by June Haring, shows a string of pack-horses crossing a rushing mountain stream. (Keith McNeill photo)
Musicians (l-r) Grant Gale, Cherie Bluett and Sharon Neufeld provide background music during the art show’s opening on Sunday afternoon, May 22. (Keith McNeill photo)Musicians (l-r) Grant Gale, Cherie Bluett and Sharon Neufeld provide background music during the art show’s opening on Sunday afternoon, May 22. (Keith McNeill photo)
A woodcarving of a stage-coach by Bob Foulkes captures the pioneer spirit. (Keith McNeill photo)A woodcarving of a stage-coach by Bob Foulkes captures the pioneer spirit. (Keith McNeill photo)

The Making Our Mark art show is now underway in the Clearwater Lodge lobby. The show, which is being put on by North Thompson Arts Council, will last until June 25. Hours are 1 to 4 p.m. A total of 61 pieces of art by 43 local artists are on display in the hotel’s lobby. A grand opening was held Sunday afternoon, May 22.



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