Paintings by artist Sandra Bingeman were on display at the Western Gift Show, held at thenPonoka Culture and Recreation Complex June 28 to July 1. The show was from June 28 to July 1. Photo by Emily Jaycox

PHOTOS: The Western Gift Show and Western Art Show and Sale

Check out photos from the gift and art shows

A delicately carved wooden hummingbird piece at the Western Gift Show June 29. Photo by Emily Jaycox

Paintings by artist Sandra Bingeman were on display at the Western Gift Show, held at thenPonoka Culture and Recreation Complex June 28 to July 1. The show was from June 28 to July 1. Photo by Emily Jaycox

Visitors check out the Western Gift Show at the Ponoka Culture and Recreation Complex June 29. The show was from June 28 to July 1. Photo by Emily Jaycox

Many interesting art pieces and products were on offer at the Western Gift Show from June 28 to July 1. Photo by Emily Jaycox

An array of artwork was available at the annual Art Show and Sale on the Ponoka Stampede grounds, from original works to prints and sculptures. Photo by Jordie DWyer

The Ponoka Stampede Art Show and Sale saw a lot of visitor June 29 that were greeted at the entrance by these wonderful Tyler Thompson paintings. Photo by Jordie Dwyer

Lacombe horse artist Kim Penner, who was commissioned to paint the Ponoka Stampede 2016 poster with Jake Vold, was one of the many at the Tommy Dorchester Paddock for the annual Art Show and Sale. Photo by Jordie Dwyer

By Emily Jaycox

Check out photos from the gift and art shows

 

A delicately carved wooden hummingbird piece at the Western Gift Show June 29. Photo by Emily Jaycox

Many interesting art pieces and products were on offer at the Western Gift Show from June 28 to July 1. Photo by Emily Jaycox

Lacombe horse artist Kim Penner, who was commissioned to paint the Ponoka Stampede 2016 poster with Jake Vold, was one of the many at the Tommy Dorchester Paddock for the annual Art Show and Sale. Photo by Jordie Dwyer

An array of artwork was available at the annual Art Show and Sale on the Ponoka Stampede grounds, from original works to prints and sculptures. Photo by Jordie DWyer

The Ponoka Stampede Art Show and Sale saw a lot of visitor June 29 that were greeted at the entrance by these wonderful Tyler Thompson paintings. Photo by Jordie Dwyer

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