CURRENT EXHIBITION

MAY 19 - JUNE 1 2018
ERNESTINE TAHEDL R.C.A.
MUSIC REFLECTION EMOTION

JUNE 2 - 16 2018
GUTHIE GLOAG
INSTINCT

 

 

EXHIBITION ARCHIVE

Exhibitions
Pulp and Process III

PULP AND PROCESS III: January 13-27

Madrona Gallery is pleased to present the third instalment of Pulp + Process. This exhibition is focused on the diversity of paper as a medium.

Corrinne Wolcoski: Rivers Inlet

CORRINNE WOLCOSKI: Rivers Inlet Feb 3-17

Madrona Gallery is pleased to present new works from Corrinne Wolcoski. Her latest collection focuses on the remote fjord, Rivers Inlet, north of Vancouver Island.

Historic & Post War Canadian Art

March 3 - 17
Opening Reception March 3


FEATURED ARTISTS

Artists
Megan Dietrich

Megan Dietrich is a multimedia artist interested in popular culture, colours and textures, and their relationship to our visual experience. She uses acrylic paint, pencil, ink, charcoal and other media to produce emotional and introspective markmaking  that carries the eye. After a brief stint in studio art training, Megan finished her degree at the University of Victoria in 2012 and worked in a number of creative industries including film/television, art education and graphic design. 

 

Michael Nicoll Yahgulanaas

Michael Nicoll Yahgulanaas was born in 1954 in Masset, Haida Gwaii. A descendant of iconic artists Isabella Edenshaw, Charles Edenshaw and Delores Churchill, Yahgulanaas' early training was under the exceptional creators and master carvers of Haida Gwaii. His work is collected internationally, including The British Museum, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Seattle Art Museum and Vancouver Art Gallery. Large sculptural works by Yahgulanaas are part of the public art collection of the Vancouver International Airport, City of Vancouver, City of Kamloops and University of British Columbia. His publications include national bestsellers Flight of the Hummingbird, RED: a Haida Manga and the upcoming War of the Blink.

Sean Yelland

Sean Yelland is a Toronto based painter whose work plays with a sense of mystery in everyday urban settings. His work has a power to it that plays with a sense of voyeurism and intrigue. By confronting the viewer with scenes that should be full of action but are shown in a state of stillness, he is removing the comfort of the expected, and questioning our relationship to our environment.