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    The Gallery at Liquidity

    “Wine is the only artwork you can drink.”
    - LOUIS FERNANDO OLAVERRI
     

    Our experience of the world is processed through our senses, and at Liquidity winery we aim to indulge every one.  View our art collection highlighting some of Canada’s most celebrated artists, taste a stunning celebration of Okanagan cuisine from Chef Phil Tees, feel the Okanagan Falls sunshine while taking in our striking view from the patio and most importantly experience the artistry that is a glass of Liquidity wine.


    Visiting Exhibition from Equinox Gallery in Vancouver;
    Liquidity Winery welcomes the works of renowned photographer, Fred Herzog

    Herzog immigrated to Vancouver, BC in 1953, beginning his career as one of the most stylistically prominent photographer of the 1950s and 60s. Throughout his career, Herzog worked in the medium of Kodachrome slide film, this type of photography is intensely pigmented and dazzling. His use of over-the-top colour was discerningly different from the black and white style of the 1950s and 60s. The collection captures the juxtaposition of the pacific northwest blue gray hues with bright saturated colours of the people who live there. These contrasting images take the viewer into the moment the photo was taken as if they were looking through the lens with Fred Herzog.

    View Fred Herzog's Full Collection


    Liquidity Winery Permanent Exhibition

    While visiting Liquidity Winery, you can always expect the opportunity to admire this curated collection of art. 

    MARK BALTES & KEN McCALL | ARLO ARGOSERIES (MOUNTAIN DANDELION)

    Mark Baltes and Ken McCall are the artists behind “Arlo Agoseris” (Mountain Dandelion), that just recently has been installed in Liquidity’s Chef’s garden. The liberal use of polished stainless steel and gleaming aluminum in the construction complements the architecture, and works as a stunning contrast to the spectacular backdrop of the Okanagan Valley.
     



    IAN MACDONALD | REBAR TREES

    The trees at the entrance of Liquidity were designed by the original founder, Ian MacDonald. Inspired by Robert Evan’s trees at the Getty Museum in Los Angeles the trees at Liquidity were custom-built and installed in 2013. The interior has been planted with silver lace, a fast-growing plant, that will continuously bloom white throughout the summer.


    BRENT COMBER | THE SHATTERED SPHERE

    Brent Comber was given wood from old growth trees that had fallen during a fateful storm in Vancouver’s renowned Stanley Park. Combined with the human desire to “fix” what had been destroyed, he reassembled the split wood into a dynamic Shattered Sphere, symbolizing the transformation of a community’s sadness into reverent artwork.

    www.brentcomber.com

     

    BRENT COMBER | 48 INCH ALDER DISC

    Brent Comber was given wood from old growth trees that had fallen during a fateful storm in Vancouver’s renowned Stanley Park. Combined with the human desire to “fix” what had been destroyed, he reassembled the split wood into a dynamic Shattered Sphere, symbolizing the transformation of a community’s sadness into reverent artwork.
     

     

     

     

    MARTHA STURDY | PEOPLE

    Martha applies natural constitution and scale to her compositions, to harness nature’s emotive influence. Her simplified forms evoke Suprematism, however the rough edge is for her an important part of the balance between her own hand and the ruling force behind her creativity. Martha’s freestanding sculptures are as much a representation of our state among nature as they are a reflection of nature.

    www.marthasturdy.com

    MARTHA STURDY | JACKSON SPHERE

    These amazing hand crafted spheres are made of solid steel rods. Each one is an original, no two are the same. They are statement pieces and available in charcoal or rust colour.

     

    www.marthasturdy.com

     

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