The art at this fair is affordable and beautiful

The Revelstoke Visual Arts Centre’s Affordable Art Fair, which is on until the end of the month, has something for just about every artistic taste… and budget.

Here are some images from the opening that we hope will prompt you to check it out for yourself (click here to find out more):

Artist Cherie Van Overbeke (left) talks art with Carol Palladino. David F. Rooney photo
These chairs made from old shovel blades by Nathan Smith are much more comfortable than they look. David F. Rooney photo
Visual Arts Centre Chairwoman Margaret pacaud (left) talks with sculptor Andrew Stacey. David F. Rooney photo
Keisha Treber's intriguing take on clouds. David F. Rooney photo
Metal sculptor Nathan Smith's tree hook would be an intriguing addition to the right wall. David F. Rooney photo
Sculptor Andrew Stacey's Thing 1 is a fascinating and mobile piece of industrial furniture. Not surprisingly, Thing 2 looks just like Thing 1. David F. Rooney photo
Krista Stovel's unique photo transfers onto wood were swiftly snapped up by discriminating art lovers. David F. Rooney photo
Rod Aspeslet's jewellery boxes are as beautiful as they are functional. David F. Rooney photo
Two Kens. Ken Talbot talks with fellow wood worker Ken Sakamoto. On the wall beside them is a beautiful queen size quilt made by the Mount Revelstoke Quilting Guild. They are offering it for sale at the bargain price of $900. David F. Rooney photo
Susanne Spisani's silver jewellery is highly affordable — and drop-dead gorgeous. David F. Rooney photo
Peter Blackmore's Mix it Up. The Affordable Art Fair is the third exhibition that Blackmore has shown his work in here. David F. Rooney photo