The gallery plans to be open June 27th until October 31st this season. We will be operating under reduced hours of 12-4 and by appointment for the season.
What connects you to the world? Are your connections strong shared experiences or are you delicately held together by a single thread? Are your connections worn and strengthened by the passage of time or are they shiny-new and untested?
We are all connected somehow to something… come and explore them
Save the Date! An exhibition celebrating 15 years of Motoko’s fine Art
‘Between the Layers’ is a group exhibition — the recent work of 17 members of the Sunshine Coast Surface Design Group, whose homes and studios range from Texada Island and Powell River, to Gibsons Landing.
‘The Gallery is Now Open’ Wed-Sun, 12:00 – 4:00 pm. We are pleased to present Thread, a solo exhibition of work by Mehran Modarres-Sadeghi. Bringing together works in drawing and sculpture, this exhibition showcases two specific projects.
Following recommendations and guidelines of BC’s Restart Plan, we will reopen to the public on May 20, 2020, Wed-Sun 12-4pm. Current Exhibition: Mehran Modarres-Sadeghi. While we are delighted to reopen our doors and share our exciting current and upcoming exhibitions, the SCAC will adhere to strict cleaning and distancing guidelines. Here are some key things to keep in mind:
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in line with guidance from BC’s Restart Plan, we will reopen on Thursday May 21 at 11am for resumption of the 2020 Shout Out youth exhibition. Subsequent opening hours will be as before: Thursday through Monday: 11am to 4pm
in line with guidance from BC’s Restart Plan, Thursday to Monday 11am – 4pm. We will be restricting admittance to 6 visitors at a time. Washrooms and the kitchen will be closed to the public.
Presenting the Shout Out Youth Exhibition to May 31st.
by Cindy Riach (‘Sgraffito’ – oil and wax) and Evan Broens (‘Grammar of Bone’ – scuplture)
Take a tour of Evan Broens here.
Take a tour of Cindy Riach here.
This exhibition features four internationally known, award winning artists who work in a wide variety of media and styles. Inspired by nature and their West Coast surroundings they have created works which pay homage to textile traditions while each establishing their own unique, contemporary style.
“Art is art, nature is nature, you cannot improve upon it.” Emily Carr
Anni Hunt | Kaija Rautiainen | Michelle Sirois-Silver | Catherine Nicholls
Deadline June 30, 2020. We welcome proposals each year for the Doris Crowston Gallery at the Sechelt Art Centre. We encourage proposals for exhibitions and artwork that will challenge visitors, provoke conversation and connect to pressing concerns of our time. More information here.
Until further notice. The challenge for this collection was for each artist to use an acrylic pour as inspiration to create a textile/fibre art piece, measuring 18 inches by 24 inches. Smaller complementary pieces could also accompany the artist’s main entry.
Hennie Aikman June Boyle Brenda Caswell Karen Caswell Margaret Kelly
Gayle Lobban Pippa Moore Karrie Phelps Jesse Schut Gail Tellett
to May 1st. Nina has been working with textiles as an art form since the early 1980’s. She has explored many styles and media in quilts and has worked tirelessly in the community to elevate quilts above hobby status to a respected textile art form. In this series she explores the use of scraps and colour. Our modern textile industries make a profoundly negative impact on our environment with the enormous amounts of pollution created when flushing chemicals and dyes into our natural water systems.