Discover the history of SilverStar at the SilverStar Museum and the artistic talent of the region at Gallery Odin.
Canada's highest Art Gallery, Gallery Odin, features Canadian artists, showcasing both 2 and 3-dimensional works. You will find original art, an eclectic mixture of oils; acrylics; mixed media; watercolours; ceramics; textile and glass art.
Throughout the year, SilverStar, in partnership with the Vernon Community Arts Center hosts many events at the mountain to highlight our amazing local artists and talent.
description of odin and museum
Gallery Odin is a contemporary, private art gallery located at SilverStar Mountain Resort in the heart of the Okanagan Valley. The gallery proudly represents twenty-one talented Western Canadian artists, some of them well established and highly accomplished, others just emerging, but all of them work in a distinctive and original style. The 100+ pieces of artwork in the show are part of a variety of mediums (oils, acrylics, mixed media paintings; ceramics; fibre and glass art), a variety of styles (abstract to representational) and a variety of themes.
215 Odin Road, The Knoll, SIlverStar Mountain
Hours of Operation
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The SilverStar Mountain Museum is a partnership between SilverStar Mountain Resort, Vernon and District Museum, and the SilverStar Dreamweavers Society.
A satellite of the Vernon District Museum, the SilverStar Mountain Museum intends to preserve artifacts and stories from the past about the people and events on the mountain. The history of human activity on the mountain goes back several hundred years and includes First Nations use, mining and forestry activities, as well as the recreational use of recent years.
Explore SilverStar's rich history!
Year Round - Exhibits are located in Chilcoot Lodge Lobby, Pinnacles Suites Lobby and Lounge, and Vance Creek Gallery in the Vance Creek Hotel stairway leading from Main Street to the Hotel Lobby.
Summer Season - Museum is located on Main Street in SilverStar Village.
Our goal is to establish a permanent Museum location within SilverStar Village. We are seeking contributions toward our building fund and exhibit development and maintenance. Donations can be made to the Vernon Museum: on the website, http://www.vernonmuseum.ca/donate.html or by calling 250-542-3142.
Volunteers are needed to help with a range of tasks. If you'd like to help out contact us.