The Chapel Gallery is hosting a unique exhibition in the Window Salon during the month of July. Entangled is a collection of works by Prince Albert artist Twyla Exner.
These sculptures have been made using telephone wire, electronic equipment and natural materials like raffia. The artist is representing the natural world taking over from the technological. She used hundreds of metres of telephone wire to create pieces that resemble living organisms.
The Chapel is also hosting the Colour Me Artful: Family Open Studio events on the last Sunday of each month. July 29 is the next event from noon to 5 p.m. Bring your family and dig in to the variety of art supplies available for use. If you would like to take part in a guided activity, Crystal Chvala will be at the gallery to show how to create with paper quilling/filigree. Registration is not required but the family studio fee is $2 per person.
The Chapel Gallery is located in the Don Ross Centre at 891 – 99th St. and is open daily from noon to 5 p.m. For more information please contact the Chapel Gallery at 445-1757. Support is provided by the Saskatchewan Arts Board, the City of North Battleford, Saskatchewan Lotteries and RBC Wealth Management Dominion Securities – Rongve, Gabruch, Schell and Weikle Wealth Management.