Sunday, March 27, 2011


Beth Haggerty's 'New View' (left) is a lesson in digital collage made up from four separate images. A breakdown of the Summerland BC artist's process is shown alongside the exhibit in the gallery's documentation.

A closer look at the variety of digital artwork exhibited in the Brew Gallery - Ed Eaton of Summerland's 'Auto Select' a digital design on canvas, digitally generated 'Embrace' by Cherie Hanson (left), and 'Kelsa Dunes - Mojave Desert' -- a digitally enhanced photograph by Oliver BC photographer Merle Somerville (center).

Larry Hunter's Okanagan Suite of three retro style digitally rendered graphic designs depict the flavour of holiday lifestyles of the past. The Penticton BC artist's work shown here are digital prints on canvas.

Digital work by Ed Eaton (Filters), River Lewis (Generation 010), and Beth Haggerty (Bee).

The variety of digital works has been enjoyed by visitors of the Brew Gallery, with additional description of the artists' digital processes in artist statements. Curator River Lewis asked each artist to describe the equipment and methods used to create the artworks, allowing visitors a chance to learn about digital collage and montage, digital photo editing, and the combinations of tools that were used in production.

Carol Hermesh is exhibiting two digital photo montages (Elegant Dreamer, left, and The Transients, right) along with 'Red Swirl' by Kelowna artist Cherie Hanson.

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