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The Arts Council supports artists in the Slocan Valley to encourage a vibrant arts community.

  • Peter Vogelaar

    Sculpting on Perrys Beach

    Sculpting on Perrys Beach

    First, he and his team went to the Quebec Winter Carnival and earned the right to represent Canada in the Winter Olympics in Italy in 2006. From the original eight-foot tall snowblock, the artists created an eighteen-foot snowflake archway. Their work was rewarded with the Canadian championship and the People’s Choice and Volunteers’ Choice awards.


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Snow Queen won First Prize and People's Choice at the Whitehorse Air Canada snow sculpture contest in February 2009. Carved by Peter Vogelaar, Delayne Corbett, and David Dureault.

Snow Queen won First Prize and People's Choice at the Whitehorse Air Canada snow sculpture contest in February 2009. Carved by Peter Vogelaar, Delayne Corbett, and David Dureault.

Our Lady of Winlaw carved by Peter Vogelaar at the occasion of the CKCA-sponsored sand carving workshop. A demo sand sculpture created from Valley sand on Aug 15, 2008. Quite amazing: no additives or armatures, just sand and water. Photo by Ricardo Hubbs.

Our Lady of Winlaw carved by Peter Vogelaar at the occasion of the CKCA-sponsored sand carving workshop. A demo sand sculpture created from Valley sand on Aug 15, 2008. Quite amazing: no additives or armatures, just sand and water. Photo by Ricardo Hubbs.

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