Studios & Galleries
Spend the afternoon taking in a self-guided tour of some of West Kelowna’s best art studios and galleries. Download a printed map or use our mobile friendly mapping system to chart your course! Our vineyards and orchards as well as scenic landscapes have provided many an inspiration for artists.
Be sure to check studio hours of availability first as not all are open every day and hours may change seasonally. We encourage you to consider visiting nearby galleries in addition to your favourites, in the hopes of an adventure filled with new discoveries.
Sculptures & Murals
We encourage you to seek out and see our sculptures and murals that are woven into the fabric of our community. Many of them feature our First Nation culture and heritage along with sculptures from the 2002 Okanagan Thompson International Sculptural Symposium.
The murals at the Westside Board of Trade, CNB Middle School and on retail buildings facing highway 97 tell the story of our history along with significant events that took place in the community.
- The Westside Board of Trade Murals pays homage to our past in forestry, agriculture as well as to the First Nation people and the importance of the wine industry.
- CNB Middle School was named after Constable Neil Bruce and the mural is a tribute to him, who died in the line of duty.
- Retail building along Hwy 97 depicts the wildfires that took place in the Okanagan in the summer of 2003.