The changing exhibitions of Touchstones Nelson offer a diversity of topics and themes that reflect the broad interests and capabilities of people living in the region. From contemporary art and pop culture, to fine craft and design, to local architectural and human history, Touchstones Nelson exhibitions connect to this area’s creative energy and rich heritage.
Exhibition News and Guidelines
Tsuneko Kokubo & Toru Fujibayashi
August 27 to November 13, 2016
Curator: Arin Fay
Regeneration features the work of two senior artists with extensive, fascinating and variant backgrounds, who have been part of the Kootenay arts and culture fabric for many years. Through sculpture and painting, the artists meditate on life and death, as well as giving us a glimpse of the doing in between.
A Day's Catch
Acrylic on wood board
September 17 to November 20, 2016
Guest Curator: Boukje Elzinga
This exhibition presents work spanning nearly two decades of creative practice, from the early 90s through to the artist's untimely passing in 2013. Through various media including painting, printmaking, sculpture and woodworking, it will show an artist whose work continued to evolve to reflect not only her personal sensibility, but the people and events in her life.
Cera cola on wood