Squamish locals showcased in Brackendale Art Gallery’s fall lineup

The Brackendale Art Galley is showcasing a range of local talent this month. An artist, performances by two bands and a Christmas craft market are coming up in November and December.

Angela Muellers, a landscape and portrait artist from Squamish, is showing her artwork in an exhibit, “Squamish Places & Faces,” for the month of November.

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Muellers, who enjoys exploring the outdoors, began painting a child with her grandfather and later studied at the Victoria College of Art with a focus on modern art. You will notice many Sea to Sky landscapes in her collection.

“Living in a mountain valley gives one the opportunity to endlessly explore local forests and peaks. Every day produces some new wonder with seasonal and light changes. Attempts are made to go deep into the work and create many layers of space, form, and light,” she wrote on her website, angelamuellers.com.

The Bluesberry Jam Showband plays on Saturday, Nov. 10 at 8 p.m. Founded by Keith Junkin, Woody Woodridge and Antti Makitalo, the Squamish-based band has been playing blues, rock-and-roll and R&B covers and originals for 20-plus years.

The Sea ‘T’ Sky Big Band’s 17 local musicians play on Saturday, Nov. 17 at 8 p.m. You will hear classics like “Stompin’ at the Savory,” as well as more modern tunes like the 1970 funk-rock tune “Pick up the Pieces” and the theme song for the animated movie The Incredibles.

On Saturday, Dec. 8, the Brackendale Art Gallery is hosting a Christmas craft market. Check brackendaleartgallery.com soon for more details on the craft fair.

The Brackendale Art Gallery is open weekends from noon to 10 p.m. and holidays from noon to 5 p.m. Tickets for the bands are available from the art gallery and XOCO.

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