2023 Featured Artist - Stephanie Perry

Unveiling of the art will be on April 04th and posted here on April 05th!

Call Of The Meadowlark

Signed and numbered Limited Edition prints of “The song of the Meadowlark are available here while they last. Don’t delay and miss out! Please email us at info@meadowlarkfestival.ca or call us at 250 492 5275 to arrange delivery after purchasing!

2023 Meadowlark Festival Limited Edition Giclée Prints

We have 7 Giclée Prints of a 20 unit limited edition reproduction run for sale at $90.00 each. Prints are shrink wrapped on foam board for protection. Ordering the number of print not an option for online purchasing.

Limited to 1 print per person online. Quantity of 7 items online stock. If you want to order more than one print contact us at 250 492 5275 or email at info@meadowlarkfestival.ca.
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2023 Featured Artist – Stephanie Perry

Meadowlark Nature Festival is pleased to announce Stephanie Perry as our 2023 Featured Artist. We are proud to showcase her piece entitled, The song of the Meadowlark in our 2023 promotional material including our poster, advertisements and on the cover of our program guide.

Stephanie Perry grew up on the northern most part of Vancouver Island in a small fishing village and was heavily influenced by the natural landscape in the wild areas that were her playground.  Her art primarily consists of landscapes and ecological subject matter like plants and animals, most of which she has viewed and interacted with throughout her Canadian adventures. Being an avid bird watcher and nature enthusiast much of her inspiration comes from her own personal experiences, her work becoming a visual biography.  Stephanie first studied Art in Victoria BC at Camosun College and then finished her degree in Fine Arts at Concordia University in Montreal.  She furthered her education and love of the arts to complete a teaching degree at University of Calgary, and taught Art in junior high and high school settings for a few years before starting her own family. In recent years she made the move to Penticton and balances homeschooling life with being an independent artist.


The meadowlark is a signal for harvest, good luck and good fortune ahead and in the spirit of the meadowlark, this opportunity was presented to me to be part of this festival and I heard the call and felt the good fortune of that request and I was grateful. This painting represents the orchestra of complexity occurring in nature all around us. The cacophony that calls us to our most natural way of living and being. To listen and respond with gratitude. Click here for details.