Nicholas Bott:  New Works

June 6 - 20, 2015

Nicholas Bott's fourth solo exhibition with Madrona Gallery features new works by this internationally acclaimed artist. Inspired by the loose style of Vincent Van Gogh and the Canadian Group of Seven, and blending his traditional European values with contemporary developments of the new world, his paintings have evolved continuously into the impressionistic style of his current work.


May 2 - 15, 2015

Tim Pitsiulak's first solo exhibition in Victoria, BC, includes drawings of the land and wildlife of Nunavut as well as drawings chronicling the everyday life in the modern north. These large scale works are meticulously detailed and showcase Pitsiulak’s experience as a hunter and his respect for the natural world.


APRIL 23 - MAY 2

Opening Reception: April 23, 7-9 pm

Fired Up! Is an exhibit that will provide an opportunity for the public to see a sneak peak of works by Fired Up! artists prior to their annual show at the Metchosin Hall during the last weekend of May.

The exhibit at Madrona will be the first time the group of ceramic artists have exhibited together in downtown Victoria. 



Rick Bond

Rick Bond is an established western Canadian artist. He currently lives and paints full time near Vernon, B.C. He was born in Victoria, B.C. and grew up in the Gulf Islands off the west coast near Vancouver. Rick started his painting career in 1980. Formally trained through the Emily Carr Outreach program, Okanagan University College, Pearson College Summer School, Victoria , Federation of Canadian Artists and other professional artists' workshops. 

Karel Doruyter

Through my travels I have always been drawn to isolated places. In the past these were physical geographical parts of the world I have experienced. Now I find myself going inward, areas of spiritual and emotional isolation that I find disturbing and fascinating. I find recording the former on board or canvas much easier than the latter, but that only adds to the attraction.

Meghan Hildebrand

Meghan Hildebrand’s paintings, which she describes as, “story-maps of the imagination”, are constant exercises in innovation and improvisation. With her unique vocabulary of symbols, she translates the landscape into electrifying dreamscape scenarios, each image alluding to a much larger narrative.