ART EXHIBIT South Okanagan artist Joan Lansdell has 45 works on display at the Summerland Credit Union. The artwork will be displayed until the end of July. (John Arendt/Summerland Review)

Lansdell’s art on display at Summerland Credit Union

South Okanagan artist has 45 pieces on display until end of July

A South Okanagan artist has 45 pieces of art on display at the Summerland Credit Union.

Joan Lansdell, a retired community health nurse, has landscapes and pictures of local scenes as well as abstract pieces on display at the entrance to the credit union.

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The exhibit opened on May 1 and will continue until the end of July.

Her art includes pastels, acrylics, oils and watercolours.

Lansdell lived in Summerland for 35 years before retiring to Penticton. Her work has been featured in numerous solo and group shows throughout the region including the Summerland Art Gallery, the Penticton Front Street Gallery, the Summerland Waterfront Resort and the Nest and Nectar restaurant in Penticton.

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