The Art Gallery Osoyoos is situated in one of the most unique and beautiful towns in the Okanagan Valley and offers original art produced by artists and artisans. The gallery features guest artists, local and non-local, throughout the year. The Art Gallery Osoyoos was established in the 1990s and is a non-profit organization run by volunteers. The gallery is located at the corner of 89th Street and Main Street, under the blue canopy in the Osoyoos Arts Centre, and is governed by the O&D Arts Council.
The O&D Arts Council has a new website.
Click on the following link to go to the new website:
Note: This page will no longer be updated. You will find future updates and information posted on the new website.
COVID-19 Safety Social Distancing in Place,
6 Patrons allowed in Gallery at one time. Hand Sanitizer & Rubber Gloves
Available in the gallery.
Previous 2021 Gallery Events
Previous 2020 Gallery Events
As a result of the continuing COVID-19 virus situation Textiles and Clay, ‘Kindred Hands’ can not open at the gallery as scheduled for May 2nd to May 23rd.
With the gallery closed as a result of the pandemic the gallery invites you to view a short ‘virtual’ presentation featuring the work of artists Tracey Fillion and Darlene Fillion.
Saying Goodbye to a Retiring Long Time Gallery Volunteer
Monika Shiels – March 2020
About Our Exhibitions
The Osoyoos Potters and the Artists on Main are regularly featured . This is an opportunity to present their unique and original works of art. Also featured through out the year guest artists showing a variety of mediums. In the past several years the gallery have held two Artisan Markets per year, the Summer Artisan Market and the Christmas Artisan Market. These markets feature the works of Osoyoos and local area artists and artisans. The markets have proved to be popular with the artists, tourist and our regular visitors from the community to the gallery.