MORGANA WALLACE
CHRONOS
AUG 26 - SEPT 9
OPENING RECEPTION AUGUST 26 7-10PM, ARTIST IN ATTENDANCE

EXHIBITION ARCHIVE

Exhibitions
HASHIM HANNOON: NEW WORKS 2016

May 14 - 28
Opening Reception:  May 14, 1-4pm

RICK BOND:  NEW WORKS 2016

APRIL 9 - 22, 2016

OPENING RECEPTION:  APRIL 9, 1-4PM

This solo exhibition features new works by Rick Bond.  Bond was born in Victoria but currently calls Vernon, BC, home.  This selection of new works showcase his coastal landscapes and city scenes.  Bond's distinctive and refined style reduces form to its essentials to heighten the importance of line and colour in his work.

HISTORIC CANADIAN ART

MARCH 12 - 26, 2016

OPENING RECEPTION:  MARCH 12, 1-4PM

This exhibition features historic works by major Canadian artists.  Artists included in this exhibition include E.J. Hughes, Gordon Smith, Takao Tanabe, Maxwell Bates, Toni Onley, Jack Shadbolt, Joseph Plaskett and more.


FEATURED ARTISTS

Artists
Johnny Inukpuk

B. 1911 - 2007
Inoucdjouac, Québec

Johnny Inukpuk began carving in the early 1950's and his sculptures reflected both the austere and loving realities of life. 

His work received recognition as part of an exhibition of Inuit art known as The Coronation Exhibition held at Gimpel Fils in London, England in 1953. 

In 1978, Inukpuk was made a member of the Royal Canadian Academy of Fine Arts. A prolific artist, he was still carving well into his later years. 

Gary Merkel

Gary Merkel is a well established ceramic artist that splits his time between Victoria and Montreal. He has exhibited throughout North America. His work is held in private and public collections around the globe, including the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria. Gary is known for the sculptural quality of his work and the masterful play of different glazing techniques. 

Ernestine Tahedl

Ernestine Tahedl R.C.A. O.S.A

Ernestine Tahedl was born and educated in Austria and received a Master's Degree in graphic art from the Vienna Academy of Applied Arts. Following graduation in 1961, she collaborated with her father, Professor Heinrich Tahedl, in the design and execution of stained glass commissions until she immigrated to Canada in 1963. Her work is represented in public, corporate and private collections and galleries in Canada, United States, France, Switzerland, Austria, and Japan.