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,
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.
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.
Already a respected artist in the middle east, Hashim Hannoon immigrated to Canada in 2009. Born in Basrah, Iraq 1957, Hanoon graduated from the Institute of Fine Arts-Baghdad in 1979. He received his Bachelor of Sculpture at the College of Fine Arts-Baghdad in 1999 and is a Member of Iraqi Artistic Forming Assembly and the Babylon Assembly of French Arts.
Madeleine Wood's paintings evoke a sense of intimacy. She chooses to include the viewer in private moments that could be snapshots of memories or fantasies. She captures the play of tension and release in her figurative works, while in her landscapes focuses on tiny details such as the curl of Arbutus bark.