Colours of Summer X

Colours of Summer X

Madrona Gallery is pleased to announce Colours of Summer IX, our yearly group exhibition of selections from our contemporary and historic collection. Included are new works by contemporary artists such as Rick Bond, Meghan Hildebrand, John Lennard, Halin de Repetigny, Nicholas Bott, April Mackey, Itee Pootoogook, Ningiukulu Teevee, and many more. These works are complemented by historic works by artists such as Takao Tanabe, Ted Harrison, Joseph Plaskett and Jack Shadbolt.

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Rick Bond

Rick Bond

September 21 - October 5

Opening Reception September 21, 1-4 p.m.

Please join us for Madrona Gallery’s sixth solo exhibition with B.C. artist, Rick Bond. With great confidence and ability, Bond presents a new collection of vibrant and expressive paintings. For the past 30 years, he has been exploring the west coast while taking notes and making sketches along the way.

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Megan Dietrich

Megan Dietrich

October 11 - 25

Opening Reception October 11, 7-9 p.m.


Megan Dietrich is a Vancouver based artist who’s expressive paintings examine relationships of line, colour and texture through influences of modern art history, pop culture and personal experiences of life on the west coast.

This will be her first solo-exhibition with Madrona Gallery, featuring over 20 new works.

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Kudluajuk Ashoona

Kudluajuk Ashoona

November 2 - 16

Opening Reception November 2, 1-4 p.m.

Kudluajuk Ashoona was born in Cape Dorset on December 2, 1958 to Kabubuwa and Tayara Tunnillie, both well known carvers. Adopted by the family of celebrated graphic artist, Simeonie Quppapik, she started to seriously pursue art in 2011, after being inspired to draw by her daughter Nicotye Samayualie.

Kudluajuk’s art is very literal, exploring contemporary family life, leisure activities, and communal gatherings focusing on its narrative.

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Nicholas Bott

Nicholas Bott

November 16 - 30

Opening Reception November 16, 1-4 p.m.

Nicholas Bott studied art at the University of British Columbia and holds a diploma from the Chicago School of Art. 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 post-impressionistic style of his current work.  Bott distills the landscape elements of the West Coast and Rocky Mountains into powerful aesthetic compositions to communicate a sense of the sublime.  His work is held in collections across North America.

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