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Angie McIntosh, Visions of the North

‘Visions of the North’, an art exhibition by Angie McIntosh will show in the Upstairs Gallery of the Kitimat Museum & Archives from June 11 to July 24, 2021. The artist’s goal for this show is to detail the connection between the planet and the ecology of our biome, through the beauty of the landscapes.

There is no opening reception for this exhibition.

Note: The Kitimat Museum is following recommended COVID-19 preventative measures, and limiting visitor capacity.

Biography

Artist Angie  McIntosh

Angela McIntosh was born in Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada.  Her Bear End home studio is in Penticton BC. She also maintains studios in Puerto Vallarta Mexico and for 17 years Stewart BC.  This has allowed Angie to explore and paint BC’s North from the glaciers, inlets, lakes, rivers and mountains of the west coast to the international border with southern Alaska. Her work has been found in galleries in  Puerto Vallarta, Stewart, Terrace, Penticton, her Bear End home studio and online at AngieMcIntosh.com and www.Instagram.com/landscape.artist. Her blog is at www.WorldArtTours.net.

Angie is an Active Member of the FCA.  She received a B.A. from UBC and went to medical school.  She left to pursue painting and in 1987 studied with renowned artists Yang Feiyun and Prof. Wei at the Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing.  McIntosh has painted in watercolours and acrylics but now focuses on oils.  She paints impressionistic realism in the studio and en plein air wherever she travels or lives, including Canada, Mexico, Italy, France and China.  She started the Puerto Vallarta and the Penticton Plein Air Painters groups.  Angie teaches her Pillars of Painting Workshops in Mexico and Canada.  She spends her winters painting in Mexico, and summers painting in the glaciers of the North. In-between, McIntosh is working in the Okanagan.

In 2010, McIntosh was the Meadowlark Artist and exhibited at the Penticton Art Gallery.  She has participated in solo and group exhibits in Canada and Mexico since 1989.

In 2019, Angie McIntosh celebrated 15 Years Painting in the North with an Exhibit at her studio in Stewart, BC.

In 2021, McIntosh worked on a series of northern paintings to be included in a summer solo exhibit ‘Visions of the North’ at the Kitimat Museum and Art Gallery in Canada, showing June 11 – July 24. Angie has seen the delicate connection between the health of our planet and the ecology of our biome.  She is working to increase awareness of this through the beauty of the landscapes of our North.

Artist Website: www.AngieMcIntosh.com

 

 

Kitimat Museum & Archives

The Kitimat Museum & Archives opened in October 1969 and has served Kitimat citizens for the past fifty years as the place for community and natural history, and an exhibition centre for visual arts.

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