Arts Directory

Caroline Miller
Caroline Miller
Squamish, BC
Although essentially a jeweller, I consider myself a metalsmith. The techniques of metalsmithing that have evolved for generations form the basis of my work. And what I aim to do with them is to create pieces that hold a meaning as peculiar as the individual that may wear, look or touch them.

My work revolves around two distinct techniques- forging and construction. Along with my love of construction, I am progressing my interest in making modern forms and sculpture by traditional methods such as; raising, repousse and blacksmithing. These pieces range from small intricate constructed jewellery to larger copper hollowware vessels. I am interested in exploring all creative avenues between these points in metal.

The materials I use are primarily malleable metals: silver, gold, copper and steel. However, I like to meet the precious with the non-precious and I also use plastics such as formica and plexiglass. Additionally, I often incorporate semi-precious stones and materials I have found. Cast components are a frequent feature of my work.

Many of my pieces are narrative, where others are simply aesthetic and perhaps more simply classical in style. I would say, in one sense my work is a microscopic study of the world we live in. In another, it is simply part of the world we live in.

The price point of my work that I sell at shows starts at $40 and extends to $500. The majority of what sells is between the $85 - $250 range.

Kamloops, BC
Acrylic prints
I am a forester and have worked in and enjoyed the forests in the province for many decades. Recently, I began taking cuttings from trees that were knocked down during the 2021 wildfires and turned them into print art. The result of this work is a series of acrylic prints from a variety of tree species, showing the inner growth patterns and rings, forming a snapshot of the history of each tree. The response to this work has surprised me but shows that people really want to connect with nature and forests.
Cathie Peters
Kamloops, BC
Arts Group
Cathy Healey
Cathy Healey
Coldstream, BC
Cathy Tetarenko
Kamloops, BC
A creative, curious and fun loving person by nature, My art speaks to my love of things I enjoy in life, peacefulness, spontaneity, laughter, nature, animals, family, friends, social connections, good coffee and, just those small random pleasures. Life is good!

Merritt, BC
Family of 4
Celticfrog Publishing
Celticfrog Publishing
Celticfrog Publishing
Clearwater, BC
I'm an author/editor/publisher, with books in almost every genre.
Kamloops, BC
Chamber Musicians of Kamloops
Kamloops, BC

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