Gallery Exhibit

We invite you and your friends to the exhibition:  Imagine by artists Iryny Nikitinska, Sophie St-Pierre, and Roxsane Tiernan.
April 28 – May 24.

The show is a mixed media exhibition of imagination of time, landscapes,  and places by three artists.


Opening Reception – May 5th 1 – 3 pm

Meet the artists  on Saturday and Sunday

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The current exhibition in our gallery is a mixed media show by several artists on the theme of Inspired by Words and is part of Lit Fest New West 2013.

With an exhibition of this nature one does not know what to expect, and one is often surprised – pleasantly so. This thought-provoking exhibition is no exception and is well worth your visit.

This exhibition runs in our gallery in Queen’s Park from April 3 – 28.

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We invite you and your friends to the exhibition:  Seasoned Fibers by artist Donna Polos.
March 5 – 30.

“As my fabric painting has developed, so has my watercolour on paper. I usually paint fabric and paper simultaneously side by side. As I have developed as an artist, my two mediums have become one.”
Read the full Artist Statement.

Artist Reception
Meet Donna for Artist Talks on Saturday and Sunday 2 to 4pm and at the Reception Sunday March 10th 2 to 4pm.

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October 30th to November 24th 2012, Tuesday to Sunday 1-5 pm

The New Westminster Arts Council presents Marney-Rose Edge in a solo exhibition called Celebration, showing a collection of new works exploring life’s celebrations using the most romantic and iconic flower, the rose, as her symbol.

Painting by Marney-Rose Edge

Marney-Rose EdgeOpening Reception
Please join us for the opening reception Sunday, November 4, 2012 1 -5 pm at the gallery in Queens Park, New Westminster. The artist will be in attendance.

Contact the artist for more information:
www.marneyroseedge.com
Phone: 778 875 0258
email: marneyroseedge@shaw.ca

or

www.artscouncilnewwest.org
Phone: (604) 525-3244

Full Press Release.

 

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We invite you and your friends to a Gallery Exhibition of Paintings, Sculptures and Poetry:  ANIMAL BEINGS by international artist JOHANN PETER WIEGHARDT
October 2nd to 27th

“Within my work you will see aspects of classic art processes, which reference to the rich traditions of art history, reflect sociological events and form a spiritual dimension to my art. I use my art as a sociological means to explore the relation and interactions of human-made creation and nature”.
Johann Peter Wieghardt

Artist Reception is on October 6th, 1 – 4pm .
Readings of Johann’s poetry will be done by Actor David Nykl.

Artist Lectures
Every Sunday 2 to 3pm during the lenght of the Exhibition

Gallery hours 1 to 5pm, closed Mondays

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New West Artists Presents: The Elemental Show

A two-venue exhibition that focuses on the concept of what each artist considers to be “elemental” to their art.

1) Arts Council Gallery, Queens Park –  August  28 to  September 29
1pm to 5pm, closed Mondays

2) The Network Hub, Rivermarket Quayside Drive –  August 31 to September 27

For more information visit: newwestartists.com

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In the Arts Council Gallery till July 28th

This Exhibit features a multi talented trio:

  • Wanda Doyle: Paintings, Acrylic and Oil
  • Kay Austen: Stoneware and Porcelain
  • Sharon Grimes Knox: Jewelry, Chain Maille, Sterling Silver precious stones

Do visit our gallery in beautiful Queens Park 1 to 5pm daily, closed on Mondays. The Artists are present on the week-end for an artist chat.

A small selection to tantalize you…

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May 1st to 26th 2012
Tuesday to Sunday 1 to 5pm
Opening Reception: Saturday May 5th 1 to 4pm

Cheryl was born in England and raised in Norway. Cheryl is an active member of the Federation of Canadian Artists, President of the Burnaby Artists Guild and founder of Artfully Yours Art Group.

She is the lady of the Norvik Manor (Bed Breakfast).Her work has been exhibited on galleries around the world and her inspiration comes from nature’s multi coloured palette. The works on exhibit are in Oil, Watercolour and Acrylic.

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