APRIL 13 - 26
HISTORIC AND POST-WAR CANADIAN ART
WORKS BY MEMBERS OF THE GROUP OF SEVEN, EMILY CARR, E.J. HUGHES, JEAN-PAUL RIOPELLE AND MANY MORE.
APRIL 27 - MAY 10
HARRY STANBRIDGE R.C.A.
A MAJOR RETROSPECTIVE
Robert Genn: A Lifetime of Painting
January 19 - February 2nd 2019
Madrona Gallery is pleased to present a major retrospective exhibition of Robert Genn’s paintings from the late 1960’s to the 2000’s.
March 9th to 23rd, 2019
In Pocket Estates, Hildebrand presents a collection of large scale works incorporating new techniques to her distinct style of repetitive improvised symbolic motifs.
With larger scale work Hildebrand incorporates larger fields of colour, incorporating a variety of paint applications and creating a sense of depth and perspective. Following her past solo exhibition at Madrona Gallery in 2017,
SHUVINAI ASHOONA: November 3 - 17
Madrona Gallery is pleased to announce a solo show of work by Shuvinai Ashoona. Shuvinai Ashoona was born in 1961 in Cape Dorset, NU. She has been instrumental in reshaping contemporary Inuit art. Her drawings break from tradition and challenge stereotypes by incorporating references to the past and present alongside her own highly imaginative and individual subject matter. Internationally, she is recognized as one of Canada’s premier artists.
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.
Shuvinai Ashoona was born in 1961 in Cape Dorset, NU. Her imaginative and evocative drawings take a personal look at complex realities of contemporary Inuit life , histories of traditional spirituality versus organized religion and the influence of North American culture on a population that has experienced a dramatic change of lifestyle and culture in a single generation.
Troy Moth is an artist, photographer, and film director from Tahsis, British Columbia. His workws are collected around the world and his photography is part of the permanent collection at the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria. Often working with discarded wood, Moth seeks to open a conversation about what we judge to be worthy and what we discard.