Showcasing original, Canadian art
For 20 years, Gallery Odin has welcomed visitors from all over the world to experience the two-dimensional and three-dimensional artistry of Canadian creators. Current Show
For the love of original art
Nestled in the pines atop Silver Star Mountain, Gallery Odin is a celebration of Canadian artistry. Through two annual exhibitions—a winter and summer show—the intimate gallery shines a spotlight on world-renowned and up-and-coming creators alike.
Located on Odin Road on the Knoll at Silver Star, Maria and Kalman Molnar first opened the gallery’s doors to the public in 2002. Guests are greeted with a warm welcome as they enter the inspirational atmosphere.
From oil to acrylic, mixed media paintings to delicate ceramics, blown and fused glass, and fibre art, Gallery Odin is home to a wide variety of evolving art bound together by originality rather than thematically.
Gallery Odin welcomes global visitors and art collectors through its close personal and geographic relationship with Silver Star Mountain Resort. Its serene setting makes Gallery Odin the perfect place to contemplate the connection between nature and artistry.
Testimonial and In the news:
“[Gallery odin features] first class art presented in a beautiful
Anne Hazlewood Wise, gallery visitor.
“Skiers on Silver Star Mountain’s Aberdeen Skiway have, perhaps unknowingly, whisked past a treasure trove. Located among the hill’s alpine, nordic and snowshoe trails is a little art gallery filled with contemporary paintings and sculpture in all manner of mediums.”
Kristin Froneman, Vernon Morning Star: Link Kristin’s name to this article: https://www.vernonmorningstar.com/life/ski-on-in-to-meet-new-artists-at-art-gallery-on-silver-star/
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Want to learn more about Gallery Odin and the artists we represent? Contact us online or give us a call at 250-503-0822. Contact
2019 Summer Opening Reception June 29, Saturday.
2018 - 2019 Opening Receptions
Thursday , Nov 22, 6:00-10pm and
Saturday, Nov 24, 2:00-6:00pm
2018 SUMMER EXHIBITION:
NEWS: Gallery Odin is hosting two new Shows this summer : One, Aug 11th, Silver Star Wine Festival, second, Aug 20-21 Predator Ridge. Please check for details at later date.
ART BY GALLERY ODIN AT PREDATOR RIDGE - AUGUST 20 & 21, 2018
Join us this August as we, Predator Ridge, host Gallery Odin as part of their summer art series and explore the works of 5 local Okanagan artists.
This free two-day event will feature an art exhibition and wine tastings from 3 local wineries. PLUS enter to win great prizes from event sponsor Silver Star Mountain Resort including a 2-day & 2-night ski vacation for two for the 2018/19 season or a 2-day & 2-night bike vacation for two for the 2018 season!
DATE: August 20 & 21, 2018
TIME: 5:00pm - 9:00pm
WHERE: Commonage Ballroom (lower level of Clubhouse)
COST: Free admission + complimentary glass of wine (while supplies last, must be 19 or older). Wine tastings tickets available for $5 for each winery
PARTICIPATING ARTISTS INCLUDE:
Doug Alcock, Karel Doruyter, Jerry Markham, Teri Paul, Barry Rafuse
PARTICIPATING WINERIES INCLUDE:
Ex Nihilo, The Chase Wines & Intrigue Wines
Images of Predator Ridge Show to follow.
Please read Parker Crook's Vernon Morning Star article describing our 2018 Summer Exhibition.You will find it on our Exhibition page
2017 - 2018 WINTER EXHIBITION
Gallery Odin's 16th Winter Show
November 23, Thursday, 6 - 10pm
November 25, Saturday, 1 - 6 pm
Gallery Odin was established in 2002 by Kalman and Maria Molnar with love, dedication, integrity, and knowledge. Their Gallery, located on Odin Road, on the Knoll of Silver Star Mountain, presents art in a welcoming atmosphere.
The gallery specializes in original art only, promoting Canadian artists of different media: oil, mixed media, acrylic, watercolour, sculpture, scrimshaw, ceramic, glass and fibre art; featuring styles from representational to abstract.
Gallery Odin offers three special or seasonal shows a year: a summer show with a late June opening; a winter show with an opening in November; and an additional summer show for the Silver Star Wine Festival in August
Located on Silver Star Mountain, BC, Canada, in the winter-summer playground of the Okanagan valley.
Through our local, Canadian and international clientele, our artists have a world-wide reach.
GALLERY DISPAY SIMPLY FOR THE LOVE OF ART.
The work of 24 Canadian artists is on display for Gallery Odin’s 15th Anniversary Summer Exhibition
by PARKER CROOK Morningstar. (Summer 2017)
Natural light cascades through the windows, illuminating the work of Barry Rafuse in the small, white room adjacent the primary viewing room at Gallery Odin.
Rafuse’s work is on display alongside pieces from 23 other Canadian artists for Gallery Odin’s 15th Anniversary Summer Exhibition.
Walking from room to room in the private gallery located inside owner Maria and Kalman Molnar’s Silver Star Mountain home, beautiful paintings cover the walls and sculptures, pottery, and scrimshaw catch the eye, drawing viewers through the inviting space.
“Since we opened the gallery 15 years ago, we have grown more and more,” Maria says. “We love art, and that’s why we do it.”
Maria and Kalman bring the guests into their home and guide them through the range of pieces from artists.
“It makes you feel good about your home,” Maria says of having artwork on display.
Each artist has up to six pieces purposefully placed in the gallery, and Maria and Kalman know the story of each artist.
“I don’t think anybody can do it as well as he does,” Maria says as she takes in the breathtaking and colourful Okanagan landscape work of Kelowna’s Rod Charlesworth.
As Maria leads the tour, Kalman is chatting with the gallery’s other visitors during their July 4 opening reception.
On the console table inside the main viewing room sits the pottery of Vernon’s Al Scott.
“He has so much fun with the glazes, it’s almost more art than pottery,” Maria says as she inspects one of Scott’s bowls bearing an intricate, alcohol glaze and design.
Much of the work in the main room depicts Western Canadian nature, but going from room to room, it’s clear that the gallery is open to all themes.
“We never tell our artists what to paint, but living in B.C., everybody does nature,” Maria laughs as she observes the near three dimensional acrylic buildup work of Karel Doruyter.
Over their 15 years running the gallery, Maria and Kalman have exhibited the work from multiple repeat artists.
“We love every one of our artists,” Maria says. “We have fun with it — we meet a lot of interesting people from all over the world.”
And for them, the art and artists is what it’s all about.
“We just enjoy it so much — it’s a work of love"