CORRINNE WOLCOSKI
CHASING THE LIGHT

SEPTEMBER 17 - OCTOBER 1

UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS

JOHN LENNARD
OCTOBER 15 - 29

JUTAI TOONOO
NOVEMBER 5 - 18

EXHIBITION ARCHIVE

Exhibitions
CHRONOS: New works by Morgana Wallace

August 26 - September 10
Opening Reception: August 26th 7-9 PM as part of Integrate Arts Festival

Colours of Summer VII

Madrona Gallery is pleased to present its seventh annual Colours of Summer group exhibition.  This show will feature a range of historic and contemporary works by the Madrona stable of artists and will include painting, drawing and sculpture.

HUNGER: New Sculptures by Guthrie Gloag

June 11-24

Opening Reception Saturday June 11, 1-4pm  Artist in Attendance

Guthrie Gloag skillfully uses driftwood to create expressive animal and human forms.  He allows the viewer to see both the beauty of the driftwood medium and the movement of the completed forms. 


FEATURED ARTISTS

Artists
Leonard Butt

Victoria based artist Leonard Butt is a graduate of ACAD. Over the last few decades he has developed an iconic style or raku fired sculptures that playfully deal with the relationship of people or objects. Butt finds influence through both other ceramic artists and his students. Another influence in his work is historic and fictional characters found in literature.

Clayton Anderson

Clayton Anderson was born and raised in West Vancouver, British Columbia.  Inspired by iconic Canadian painters such as Emily Carr and Lawren Harris, Clayton's paintings demonstrate a strong understanding of composition as well as a subtle yet luminescent rendering of light. His work evokes a distinct power of place.

Oviloo Tunnillie R.C.A.

B. 1949-2014

Cape Dorset, Nunavut Territory

Oviloo Tunnillie is the daughter of two artists, Sheojuk and Toonoo Tunnillie. From watching her father carve, she developed an early interest in the practice and completed her first sculpture in 1965. She is one of the only Inuit artists to choose nudes as her subject matter.