Luke Ramsey

June 8 - 22 2017

Opening Reception: June 8, 7-9 PM

Artist in Attendance 

Clayton Anderson

Clayton Anderson
May 13 - 27, 2017

Opening Reception May 13 1-4 PM

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.

Ningiukulu Teevee

Ningeokuluk Teevee
April 8 - 22 2017 

Opening Reception April 8 1-4 PM


Annie Pootoogook

Annie Pootoogook was born in 1969 in Cape Dorset, Nunavut. She came from a long line of artists and began drawing in 1997. Annie’s drawings reflected her way of life as a contemporary female artist living and working in Canada’s far north. Ranging in expression from the apparently mundane and everyday to the personal and brutally intimate, Annie’s work is well known for her innovative and honest style. Her untimely passing in 2016 was a huge loss to the community of Cape Dorset and the new wave of contemporary Inuit art.

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. 

Morgana Wallace

Morgana Wallace is a Victoria based artist. Her mixed media compositions are created through a fine treatment of collage working the paper to create multiple layers and various textures. Additionally the she will apply gauche to many of her works to add detail. Each piece bring together refrences of various mythologies with fantastical and dream like elements, creating engaging and complex works of art.

Morgana Wallace's work was the subject of book 'Ambrus' published by Anteism Publishing in 2012.