MARCH 11 - 28, 2017


Pulp + Process II


February 4 - 18, 2017

Opening Reception February 4, 1-4 PMpm


Invented Spaces

Invented Spaces
January 7th - 20th, 2017

Artists featured in this exhibition include Meghan Hildebrand, Hashim Hannoon, Megan Ducie Dill, Shuvinai Ashoona, Luke Ramsey, David Antonides, Sean Yelland, Serge Brunoni, Jeanne Campbell, and Megan Dietrich.

Deck the Walls VII

Deck the Walls VII

December 3rd - 23rd

Madrona Gallery presents our 7th annual Deck the Walls group exhibition showcasing the diversity of work from the Madrona stable of artists.  This show includes new works by Meghan Hildebrand, Sean Yelland, Morgana Wallace, Nancy Ruhl, Linda Jones ,Serge Brunoni, Claude Langevin, and others, alongside Inuit and Historic Canadian works.


Ningeokuluk Teevee

Ningeokuluk Teevee
B. 1963
Cape Dorset

Since her first prints appeared in the collection in 2004, Ningeokuluk has been one of Kinngait studio’s most celebrated artists. She has a comprehensive knowledge of Inuit legends and a fine sense of design and composition. These elements have made many of her prints highly sought after by collectors. Ningeokuluk has had numerous solo shows of her bold and resplendent drawings and some of her work has been featured in exhibitions in major public galleries and museums.

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. 


Harry Stanbridge

B. 1943 Quesnel B.C.

Harry Stanbridge studied painting with Don Jarvis and Takao Tanabe at the Vancouver School of Art (now the Emily Carr College of Art + Design) from 1963 to 1968. After moving to Victoria, he taught art at Spectrum High School from 1978 to 2003 while maintaining a regular studio practice and exhibiting regularly throughout British Columbia, Alberta and Ontario.