NOVEMBER 28 - DECEMBER 24
A Special Collection of new works from our artists geared toward the holiday season. This selection of small and medium sized works are sure to please.Read More
OCTOBER 19 - NOVEMBER 2 2013
Corrinne Wolcoski is a nationally recognized artist based in Vancouver.
Her latest collection focuses on many trips by water and land along the coastline of Vancouver Island, Gulf Islands and Desolation Sound. Columns of Light' refers to one of Wolcoski's main motivations for painting this series.
OCTOBER 18 2013
This is the first year that Madrona Gallery has been asked to take part in the print collection. We are honored to be a part of such a historically important body of work. This year there are 34 prints by 11 artists. This includes 7 final works by the iconic Kenojuak Ashevak. Her passing earlier in 2013 marked the end of an era for Inuit art. She was the most famous and last remaining member of the original group of artists that worked with James Houston to establish the Co-op and the international reputation of the print collection.Read More
SEPTEMBER 12 - 26 2013
Luke Ramsey is a Pender Island based artist that is internationally recognized for his intricate drawing style. Over the last decade he has worked on a wide spectrum of projects that have helped him achieve a loyal base of collectors always eager to see what is next.Read More
AUGUST 23 - 30 2013.
Featuring Work by Meghan Hildebrand, Luke Ramsey, Ryan Thompson & Caitlin McDonagh, Cameron Kidd, Theresa Slater and Morgana Wallace. This collection of artists represents a major part of the creative voice that drives contemporary arts in this region. Each artist's work pushes forward a unique aesthetic that is directly informed by experiences here in our own backyard. Through ink, paint, collage and mixed media we believe these artists produce work you need to see.Read More
JUNE 8 - 22 2013
Over the last 40 years Nicholas Bott has explored western Canada painting the Yukon, British Columbia and Alberta. This exhibition of new work focuses on Pacific Rim National Park, Gulf islands and Coastal mountains. Bott has gained international recognition and a worldwide base of collectors through his use of a bold pallet and a strong sense of structure given to the features in his powerful landscape paintings.Read More
MAY 4 -28
This collection of new paintings by nationally celebrated artist Meghan Hildebrand explores the idea of, what if all the wonderful ideas that people had to make the world a better place came together? In her iconic "Story Maps" she pieces together imagination and reality, offering the viewer suggestions of narrative to connect as they please. In this series Hildebrand is emphasizing the action of painting to communicate emotion and energy. Enthusiastic brushstrokes and vibrant colours build on the canvas to celebrate new beginnings, growth out of destruction and various other themes.Read More
APRIL 13 - 28
Morley Myers sculpture is a intricate blend of cross cultural influences.His work in stone and Various metals are explorations of the essential elements in human form. Over the last two decades he has developed an international following for his work which has lead to exhibitions throughout North America.
Patricia tirelessly explores the connection of connecting human features to inhuman objects. This looks to the emotional element in how people connect and express or repress emotions only to see them displaced in unrelated objects.Read More
MARCH 9 - 23
Nancy Ruhl paints the aspects of neighborhoods that are often overlooked, elevating the everyday to the extraordinary and bringing greater awareness to the unique elements of our community. By focusing on post-war bungalows and turn of the century Arts and Crafts homes Ruhl helps tell the story of our city one house at a timeRead More
FEB. 8 - FEB. 22
Over the last few years leading artists from Cape Dorset have teamed up with prominent artists in the south to create work that challenges historic notions of Inuit art. This collaboration transcended language difficulties and proved that art is a language of its own.Read More
JAN. 5 - JAN.27
This exhibition looks at the influence of Vancouver island and the Gulf Islands have on a wide variety of artists from across the country. Artists from our stable have all found influence from our unique environment.Read More
A historic and contemporary fine art gallery serving the community of Victoria and the surrounding area. The Gallery showcases art from both established and emerging Canadian artists to local and international visitors to Victoria. Madrona Gallery prides itself on providing a welcoming environment to new and established art collectors alike.
April 27 - May 10
Opening Reception April 27
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.
May 11 - 25
Opening Reception May 11
Clayton Anderson was born and raised in West Vancouver, British Columbia. Between 1984 and 1988 Anderson earned a degree in Visual Communications from the Alberta College of Art & Design. After a brief experience in the advertising department of Western Living and Vancouver magazines Anderson turned to painting exclusively in 1991.
June 8 - 22
Opening Reception June 8
A respected artist in the middle east, this Iraqi born artist immigrated to Canada in 2009, currently living in Vancouver. Hashim Hannoon graduated from the Institute of Fine Arts-Baghdad in 1979. He received his Bachelor of Sculpture from the College of Fine Arts-Baghdad in 1999 and is a Member of Iraqi Artistic Forming Assembly and the Babylon Assembly of French Arts.
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,
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.
Madrona Gallery respectfully acknowledges the Lekwungen peoples, on whose traditional lands the gallery stands on.
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