Gallery: Extravanga at Fraser Lake Festival of the Arts

Medium made no bounds for artists expressing their creativity at Fraser Lake’s second annual Festival of the Arts on Aug. 12 to 13



Medium made no bounds for artists and artisans — from as far away as Quesnel and Fort St. James — expressing their creativity at Fraser Lake’s second annual Festival of the Arts on Aug. 12 to 13 at the local arena.

Some of the featured artists:

Christine Turcotte from Quesnel showcases homemade pottery with her signature willow tree.

Cathy Harder uses an antique trailer to store and display her vintage-themed mixed media art.

Ashley Kennedy makes and paints birdhouses as one of the youth art workshops.

Marilynn Reyden demonstrates artisan glass jewellery making.

Tim Rasilainen displays shallow relief wood carving by the outdoor stage for performing arts.

Fort Fraser Quilters’ Guild hangs their latest work as the festival’s centerpiece in the arena.

Erin Hutson works on a series of detailed illustrations inspired by the Grimms’ Fairy Tales, using traditional fountain pens and water colour paper.

Rylan Storrey concentrates intently as he uses his own face as painting canvas.