Celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Group of Seven, this exhibition offers audiences a seldom seen side of Canadian art history. It presents 66 of the Group’s largely unknown works, such as a portfolio of lithographs that were published in 1925 by Rous & Mann, a firm at which several of the members had worked. Group of Seven members include: F.H. Varley, A.Y. Jackson, Frank Johnston, Franklin Carmichael, Arthur Lismer, Lawren S. Harris, and J.E.H. MacDonald.

Accompanying the exhibition is a full-length colour publication.

Northern Pine: Watercolours and Drawings by the Group of Seven from the McMichael Canadian Art Collection is guest curated by Ian Thom and organized by the Kelowna Art Gallery.

Northern Pine Lecture Series

Select Thursdays | 6 to 7 p.m. | Free

Join us for a deep dive into Northern Pine and explore the life and times of the Canadian Artists known as the “Group of Seven”. Four speakers will share their knowledge, opinions, and impressions of this Group that has become so widely known. More information coming soon.