Tag Archives: Exhibition

Parker Art Salon At 1000 Parker Street May 24-26, 2019

8 May

ParkerArtSalon_exhibtionLove art? Missed the Eastside Culture Crawl? Then you will want to check out the Parker Art Salon happening May 24 to 26, 2019 at 1000 Parker Street. This 105 year old warehouse is home to an array of talented artists.  During the Parker Art Salon, the halls will be transformed into a salon style Fine Art Exhibition complete with chandeliers for fun and ambiance.  You will have the opportunity to meet many of the artists that work in this space, take a scheduled guided 1 hour tour for $10 or just wander at your own pace on May 25th and 26th from 1:00 to 5:00 pm.  If you are in the market to purchase art, you may wish to attend the Collectors Night on Friday, May 24th. This $50 ticket gives you admission to a private reception from 5:30 to 7:00 pm, 2 bar tickets, food, a catalogue and first dibs on local artwork.  For tickets to any of the paid events, visit Eventbrite.  Or stop by Saturday and Sunday, you can wander at your leisure between 1:00 and 5:00 pm. This portion is free and everyone is welcome to attend.

Call For Aboriginal Artists To Exhibit Their Work

13 Jan

bag_windowThe Britannia Art Gallery regularly exhibits art work, but each June they exhibit work of an aboriginal artist(s).  They are now seeking submissions from aboriginal artists wishing to showcase their work.  The Britannia Art Gallery is located within the Britannia Library thus is a dual purpose space which is also used as a Reading Lounge.  In June, the gallery will host a reception for the chosen artist(s) and publicize the event.  The artist will receive a small honorarium of $200 in total, shared if more than one artist.  The artists are welcome to sell their work, but responsible for their own sales. If you wish to apply, visit the link for Aboriginal Artist Exhibition Submission.  Deadline to apply is March 30, 2017. If you would like more information or have questions, you can contact the Curator, Haruko Okano by email at harokano@telus.net.

The Cultch Gallery Presents The Annual Eastside Culture Crawl Preview: The Drawing Show November 6th

5 Nov

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The Cultch Gallery, 1895 Venables Street, invites you to a preview of the Eastside Culture Crawl this Wednesday, November 6th .  The Eastside Culture Crawl is an annual three day visual arts festival that showcases artistic talent from Vancouver’s Eastside.  During the 3 day event starting November 15th artists open up their studios to the public. You will find sculptors, potters, painters, photographers, printmakers, glass blowers, furniture markers, jewelers and more.  The Cultch Gallery will be exhibiting a selection of drawings from local artists, both rising and established artists, which work has been curated by the Eastside Culture Crawl.  A reception will take place at The Cultch showcasing the works of local illustrators. Reception starts at 6:00 p.m. and runs to 8:00 pm . Everyone is welcome to attend.  If you miss the opening reception, the exhibit will run till December 14, 2013.

New Exhibition Coming To The Cultch Gallery March 20th

15 Mar

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An opening reception is being held Wednesday, March 20th at The Cultch, 1895 Venables Street, from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.  Everyone is welcome to attend this event. The Cultch Gallery is presenting a Dialogue by Shya-fen Tsai and an exhibition of the Goddess Series of paintings by Sande Waters.

Shya-fen Tsai was born in Taiwan in 1949. She had dreams of becoming an artist, but was discouraged by her family. After immigrating to Canada in 1974, she fulfilled her dream of becoming an artist.  Shya-fen enrolled in the Emily Carr University of Art & Design where she studied painting and sculpture.  Her art is abstract in nature and can be found in private collections around the world.

Sande Waters is a resident of North Vancouver.  She studied art at the Emily Carr University of Art & Design and the San Francisco Art Institute.  Sande is a watercolour and graphite artist.  Her  current body of work on display is titled the “Goddess Series” uses beautiful imagery derived from gender and sexual symbolism.   Her paintings, drawings and photographs are shown and collected in Canada and the United States.

The exhibit runs from March 19th to April 7th, 2013.sandewaters_goddesswithblueeyebrows_16x10in

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