Packed gallery kicks off Sculpturewalk

The heart of the Castlegar Sculpturewalk program – the talented group of artists on board for 2014.  - Jim Sinclair
The heart of the Castlegar Sculpturewalk program – the talented group of artists on board for 2014.
— image credit: Jim Sinclair

A celebratory crowd jammed into the Kootenay Gallery of Saturday night, May 10.

A key bit of news for the fifth installment of the popular event – the trademarked handle: "Castlegar – Sculpture Capital of Canada."

Get set to hear and see more about Castlegar Sculpturewalk 2014, and get downtown and see the fabulous art works up close.

Pictured below: Heather Wall of Powell River beside "Sea Swimmer," only the second sculpture she's done.



























Pictured below: 76 Trombones – this years contribution by last year's People's Choice Award winner Douglas Walker (pictured) with wife Jan.

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