Art and Entertainment

Michael Penny

My first attempt at chainsaw carving did not turn out like I thought it would. It was absolutely terrible. It was a human face and it was really bad. I did however know where my mistakes were. 

Posted by admin on Sep 10, 2019 in Art and Entertainment

September 2019 Astrology

September will be a very practical month and getting organised after summer is the focus.

Posted by Ashley Kristina on Sep 05, 2019 in Art and Entertainment

Back to School Portraits

The sunny weather might linger well into September but summer fun changes with the start of the school calendar. It is a perfect time to hit the pause button and find time to complete an art project. 

Posted by Michelle Senior on Sep 05, 2019 in Art and Entertainment

Fernie Mural Project Winner Announced

The Fernie & District Arts Council are delighted to share with you the selected artist for the Fernie Mural Project; Michael Hepher with his piece, "All Kinds of Beauty".

Posted by admin on Aug 21, 2019 in Art and Entertainment

Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile

Netflix, which has recently produced an excellent documentary about Bundy, called The Ted Bundy Tapes, has now decided to release a dramatization of the events around his murders.

Posted by Andrew Vallance on Aug 19, 2019 in Art and Entertainment

Awesome Play Things

This month Sadie teamed up with one of her favourite people, ever! Penny Lewis. 

Posted by Sadie Rosgen on Aug 17, 2019 in Art and Entertainment

A Home for Our History

As introduced in the June edition, the Built Heritage Grants, funded by Columbia Basin Trust and administered by Heritage BC, are helping to restore some of Fernie’s most significant and historic buildings. One of these is the Fernie Museum.

Posted by Rebecca Hall on Aug 13, 2019 in Art and Entertainment

It Takes All Kinds

Have you ever been stuck in a conversation with someone who only wants to talk about one thing? It gets old fast. As we look at our next goals and growth opportunities, wouldn’t we be wise to sit down and evaluate our priorities based on what Fernie is now, and what we can become?

Posted by Michael Hepher on Aug 09, 2019 in Art and Entertainment

Karin Wardle

It is an exciting time to be an artist. There are so many ways artists I personally know express themselves. They have found ways to comment on social issues and try to spur change. Her favourite is when her daughter, a fine arts graduate, used chicken wing bones which she enclosed in bronze or pastel coloured synthetic material and transformed into necklaces and mobiles to comment on an aspect of feminism. 

Posted by admin on Aug 04, 2019 in Art and Entertainment

August 2019 Astrology

The first three weeks of August will hands-down be the best times of the year, for everyone.

Posted by Ashley Kristina on Aug 03, 2019 in Art and Entertainment

Presentation

With summer coming up, most people are not thinking about this kind of thing, unless you’re building a presentation for a wedding or other event. These tips mostly apply regardless of the end goal.

Posted by Kevin McIsaac on Jul 21, 2019 in Art and Entertainment

Highwaymen

A refreshingly new take on the story, revolving around Frank Hamer and Maney Gault, the retired Texas Rangers tasked with hunting down our pair of villains.

Posted by Andrew Vallance on Jul 18, 2019 in Art and Entertainment

Holy Family Catholic Church

As introduced in the June edition, the Built Heritage Grants, funded by Columbia Basin Trust and administered by Heritage BC, are helping to restore some of Fernie’s most significant and historic buildings. One of these is the Holy Family Catholic Church.

Posted by Rebecca Hall on Jul 16, 2019 in Art and Entertainment

The Pioneering Spirit of Art

Art is not a linear path. It can start out in one direction, and end up somewhere completely unexpected.

Posted by Michael Hepher on Jul 14, 2019 in Art and Entertainment

Katriona Drijber

Patterns hold a seductive beauty in both their production and consumption. We surround ourselves with repeating patterns in our dwellings and on our clothes; speak of patterns of weather, behaviour, and thought; and often conceive of the sacred and its affiliated institutions through infinite patterns.

Posted by admin on Jul 11, 2019 in Art and Entertainment