Canada 150 2017 T-shirts, sequins and carnival beads 48″ x 99″ triptych Born in 1936, Sola grew up in London during and after World War II, when reuse and recycling played a fundamental role in daily life. Her tapestries transform the idea of thrift and make it enchanting. Using yarn procured from thrift stores and […]
South Granville Gallery Association presents Deck The Walls, a special holiday affair with light refreshments and festivities. A fun and relaxing day to explore contemporary, modern and historical works at the South Granville Galleries. Refer to the SGGA map below.
You are invited to the Vancouver launch of bestselling author Louis Druehl’s first novel . . . Book Launch Details Cedar, Salmon, and Weed (literary fiction, 337 pages) is the story of youths trying to break free from their parents’ expectations. The setting is an isolated fishing village, Bamfield, on the west coast of Vancouver Island, […]
Suzy Kim has been selected to commission work for the Fred & Pamela Buffett Cancer Center as part of Nebraska’s 1% for Art program. http://www.livewellnebraska.com/health/artists-will-be-paid-a-combined-to-create-art-for/article_6cb73516-4b68-11e5-bc72-ef40f05d6c19.html
We welcome Jeff Chester to our gallery! Jeff’s paintings intentionally exist on the boundary between photorealism and illustration. They are at once realistic and yet totally fabricated, referencing traditional painting, collage, photography, and digital manipulation. These paintings draw the viewer in with colour, whimsy and detail and then begin to ask questions about what exactly […]
Peter Harris’ work is the stuff of everyday life. His paintings resonate with the emptiness and fullness of the vast landscape. By illustrating late night scenes of trucker stops, dimly lit motels, or lonesome stretches of highway, Harris’ paintings have a certain reverence for the stories embedded within the commonplace, a tenebristic brand of average […]
By 4 p.m. this past Saturday, those working the South Granville ArtWalk were hoarse. Julie Lepper, director of the Ian Tan Gallery, apologized for her lack of a voice but it was a miracle she had anything left at all since she’d greeted a good chunk of the 800 who came through the doors […]
We are pleased to welcome Joel Mara to our gallery. “The shapes I paint merely suggest a picture. It is up to the viewer to put this all together and form the image. I strive to make my paintings a participatory experience. Every viewer will see something different. My hope is that you will feel […]