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Exhibitions

Our Roots Exposed | Spirits from the Woods | Industrial Revolution

February 22 - March 22, 2018

Galleria 16 9 FebMar 2018

Opening Reception

Thursday, February 22, 2018 | 6-8pm

Artists in attendance | free admission | refreshments served

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Left: April Lacheur, Nature's Element, acrylic. Right: Jim Johnson, Maple carved vessel.

Our Roots Exposed

New works by April Lacheur with woodturner Jim Johnson

February 22 - March 22, 2018

Canadian Pacific Gallery

April Lacheur’s vibrant paintings symbolize human roots and human transparency, with a goal of encouraging viewers to expose and celebrate their own roots and stories.

Her work paired with Jim Johnson’s delicately turned wood pieces reveals the inspiration and intimate connection that each artist has within nature’s world of trees.

yapespaints.com

 

Sarah Ronald Running Coyote

Sarah Ronald, Running Coyote, coloured pencil drawing on paper mounted to wood panel.

Spirits from the Woods

Sarah Ronald

February 22 - March 22, 2018

Ann Kitching Gallery

In Spirits from the Woods artist Sarah Ronald invites viewers to take a unique look at some of BC’s most sought after wild animals and to consider how our fixation with self-identity has real-world impact on ‘modern’ wild animals.

With her unusual portraits and statistic based artwork, Sarah questions the role of art in regards to wild animal protection and conservation, and identifies that it can indeed help protect animals that are at risk due to increasing overexposure to humans.

sarahronald.com

 

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Ami Li Chuan Chang.

Industrial Revolution

Amy Li Chuan Chang

February 22 - March 22, 2018

Suncor Gallery

Ceramic works that fuse organic elements with industrial parts allow Chang to explore a fantasy where machines are integrated into our natural environment.

amychangceramics.com

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Friday September 21
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Saturday September 22
Gallery Exhibition Sep 22-Nov 1
Saturday September 22, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
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Sunday September 23
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