Canada 150 Celebration!
This sculpture has been commissioned by Economusée and has been installed at the Okanagan Lavender and Herb Farm in Kelowna.
"( )The sculpture’s round sphere acts as a representation of a country of people from all over the world, while the tipi represents the indigenous peoples’ shoulders that the country was built upon. It also represents the celebration of people and the welcoming of those seeking asylum from other countries. Surrounding the piece of art are 13 figures, each representing a different province and territory. ( )" Continue to full story by Marissa Pineau at KelownaNow.
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Open daily May 1st to October 7th.
10am to 5pm
Tuesday to Saturday Oct 10th to Dec 16th.
11am to 5pm
Growing, Weaving and Wine article in food & Wine Trails Magazine.
Very pleased to be featured in this Okanagan magazine. Thank you to Henrietta Poirier.
"Visitors to Coyote Vineyards are greeted by an eclectic array of willow sculptures, symmetrical squares and spheres and sprawling spiders guide the way.
Art and vine come together under the hands of Annabel Stanley, artist, grape grower and owner of Coyote Vineyards. ( )" Continue to full story
Art in the Garden is a fundraiser for the Central Okanagan Hospice Association. Thank you to Patrick Wilkins for the beautiful photography and producing this video.
I am excited to have my work featured in the Summer 2013 issue of Okanagan Home magazine. Check out the full issue and look for page 68.
I hope you will come and check out this show from:
Friday, October 19th to Sunday, October 21st 2012
Location: Roadhouse Gallery, 355 Cornish Road, Kelowna, BC, Canada
Annabel Stanley is a natural sculptor who weaves natural elements together to create unique pieces of art.