Show runs Tue/Thu/Sat to Oct 20. A multi-media artist, versatile in papermaking, drawing, print-media and installation art. Born in 1943, she has lived in Canada since 1977, where she studied visual art at Concordia University in Montreal.
Living in British Columbia since 1990, she has kept close European ties through artist-residencies and exhibitions in Germany, Italy, France and Denmark. These connections reflect her strong belief in the importance of safeguarding bridges between diverse voices through cultural exchanges in contemporary art discourse.
JULY 11 & 12. 11-5pm.
Lots of new pieces and I’m also working on a small studio reno. Excited to share. Pop by for a visit.
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
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
Recent textural abstracts in wood, beeswax, copper, rust & pigments. Opening reception TBA
Until further notice. The paintings in my “Motherwork” project utilize traditional casein paint I have created from natural pigments* and raw cow’s milk. Some of the paintings are also created from paint that incorporates expired breast milk that would otherwise be thrown away. In preparation for my project I acquired one gallon of outdated breast milk with which to make my own paint. Show runs to Apr 29th.
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
Recent highly textural abstracts in mixed media/encaustics on wood panel, that evoke architecture, forces of nature, and chipped, faded cartoon illustrations. Artist/illustrator known also as Rabideye.com mixes vibrant color, found materials, strong quasi-geometric shapes/ lines, as well as text in his third solo show at VIU. Meet the artist at the opening on March 26. Work on display Mon-Fri 8am-8pm at Vancouver Island University Powell River campus until April 24, 2020. Most works will be for sale.
Iranian artist, Mehran Modarres Sadeghi, presents two series of works: Thread and Ma Miaeem va Miravim (We Come and Go). Both series speak to her life in Iran. Come view this important exhibition about Iranian art and culture. Show runs to April 12th.
Youth art, loud and proud, returns to the walls of the Gibsons Public Art Gallery (GPAG). This exhibition features the works of art produced by children and youth from around the Sunshine Coast.
Artists from ages 2 – 18 are invited to submit up to two pieces of artwork in any medium on any theme or subject. There is no judgment or jury, every applicant who submits is assured of having at least one piece of art included in the exhibition.
Exhibition ends April 5.
Vancouver’s Carylann Loeppky is a fine art painter. Her compelling portraits and figurative paintings focus on the feminine form, charm and illusions.
Inspired by 17th century french court painters and 20th century french surrealists, Loeppky draws on classical techniques to bring the canvas to life. Her figures haunt you with their gaze, please you with their poses and bewilder you with their secrets.
‘Blind Contour Homage’ (oils) by Marlene Lowden, ‘Veil’ (sculpture) by Lucja Barker and ‘What Lies Beneath’ (pastels) by Louise Valentine. Exhibition closes Sunday March 8.
Maurice Spira is a provocateur, and his works are unapologetic criticisms of totalitarianism, conformity and corporate capitalism. Perhaps this is why the work is so compelling – their politics, humour and subjects are rarely
found in contemporary art today. His work raises important questions about how past atrocities connect to the present and how art can be a language and tool to draw connections between them. Show ends March 8th
Pop by the Kube between 6-9pm to meet the artist and view her vibrant collection of paintings and fibre arts.
Colourful Distraction is a meditation on focus and avoidance. The push and pull to engage and disengage. Compositions created from within the climate of frayed attentions, for wandering minds worshipping many things. Distract yourself for a moment in this work.
Haley Hunt-Brondwin is a visual artist and designer from the west coast of BC, currently splitting her time between Vancouver and Powell River. http://www.haleyhb.com
This Art Opening features many Dynamic Acrylic Paintings of Vintage Machinery incorporated into our local landscapes. Drop In to meet the artist Doug Jinkerson to find out some background of where these hidden relics have been found.
first Thursday of the month. Join us at Redecor + Design! Opening Night – Artist Mardell Rampton and her watercolors inspired by the west coast sea and sky.
“I paint intuitively, the brushstrokes and colour choices capturing nuances of colour, suggestions of texture, the feeling of sanctuary that spending time in nature evokes.”