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Caroline Baasch’s paintings, featured at the Landmark Pop-Uptown Gallery in July, also form the basis for wearable art and home decor. Contributed photo

Trio of artists team up for colourful White Rock show

Landmark Pop-Uptown Gallery exhibit scheduled to run throughout July

 

White Rock’s Joan Bywater shows the setup she uses when participating in online paint parties hosted by the Seniors Come Share Society. (Contributed photo)

PHOTOS: Virtual gallery showcases inspirations of Semiahmoo Peninsula seniors

‘What is art if not something that motivates more art?’

 

President of the West Coast Fine Arts Show, Brian Croft, said pandemic restrictions necessitated a shift to an entirely online event this year, running until April 30. (File photo)

The West Fine Art Show shifts to an online-only event amid tighter health orders

Website version retains the flavour of the annual live exhibition

President of the West Coast Fine Arts Show, Brian Croft, said pandemic restrictions necessitated a shift to an entirely online event this year, running until April 30. (File photo)
KPU fine arts student Kia Erikkson, here from Finland, works on a piece to be featured during the “17/21” art show Friday, April 16, as shown in a video preview of the online event.
KPU fine arts student Kia Erikkson, here from Finland, works on a piece to be featured during the “17/21” art show Friday, April 16, as shown in a video preview of the online event.
Organizer Brian Croft attends an earlier edition of the West Fine Art Show in pre-COVID times. (File photo)

West Fine Art Show returns for 11th year, with pandemic protocols in place

Langley show features artists of local and regional interest

Organizer Brian Croft attends an earlier edition of the West Fine Art Show in pre-COVID times. (File photo)
A view of the “I Spy a City” digital art show at Surrey’s UrbanScreen, on the west wall of Chuck Bailey Recreation Centre. (submitted photo: Brian Giebelhaus/Surrey Art Gallery)

‘I Spy a City’ images flash on Surrey’s UrbanScreen this spring

Exhibit on the wall of Whalley building created by Flavourcel animation collective

A view of the “I Spy a City” digital art show at Surrey’s UrbanScreen, on the west wall of Chuck Bailey Recreation Centre. (submitted photo: Brian Giebelhaus/Surrey Art Gallery)
Sandra Tomchuk and Gail Nesimiuk have collaborated on a series of beach paintings, featured throughout March at The Gallery, Central Plaza.

Beach life supplies theme for collaborative show at White Rock gallery

Sandra Tomchuk and Gail Nesimiuk have teamed up for a March exhibit

Sandra Tomchuk and Gail Nesimiuk have collaborated on a series of beach paintings, featured throughout March at The Gallery, Central Plaza.
Deborah Putman’s 2009 canvas Vefele Looks in the Mirror is one of the portraits featured in the current Facing Time exhibit at Surrey Art Gallery. Contributed photo

Online conversation highlights Surrey Art Gallery show

Discussion focuses on facial representation in art and popular culture

Deborah Putman’s 2009 canvas Vefele Looks in the Mirror is one of the portraits featured in the current Facing Time exhibit at Surrey Art Gallery. Contributed photo
Current exhibit at the Art Wall at White Rock Library is the display of fabric art A Touch of Orange, which continues until the end of February. Contributed photo

Fabric art exhibit in White Rock offers A Touch of Orange

Library art wall show runs until the end of February

Current exhibit at the Art Wall at White Rock Library is the display of fabric art A Touch of Orange, which continues until the end of February. Contributed photo
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Surrey art-rental program is getting overhauled, with eyes online

Clients include individuals and businesses looking to spruce up a home or office

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A view of the “Imagine Van Gogh” art exhibit coming to Vancouver this spring. (submitted photo)

‘Imagine Van Gogh’ art show coming to Vancouver with ‘exceptional COVID-19 measures’

February start for ‘immersive concept’ touring exhibition of Dutch master’s works

A view of the “Imagine Van Gogh” art exhibit coming to Vancouver this spring. (submitted photo)
Sonny Assu's Welcoming Those They Did Not Want, a digital print on aluminum, is one of the featured pieces in SAG's current exhibition Where We Have Been, subject of an online panel discussion this Saturday on the gallery's Facebook page and YouTube channel. SITE Photography photo

Surrey Art Gallery set to host online panel

Streamed conversation concerns themes of show, challenges of pandemic

Sonny Assu's Welcoming Those They Did Not Want, a digital print on aluminum, is one of the featured pieces in SAG's current exhibition Where We Have Been, subject of an online panel discussion this Saturday on the gallery's Facebook page and YouTube channel. SITE Photography photo
Textile artists Amy Walker and Sharon Kallis install their contributions to the Museum of Surrey’s new feature exhibit “Nature’s Clothesline.” The exhibit explores how the world is airing its dirty laundry – not on a clothesline, but in the landfills and oceans. (Photo submitted)

‘Nature’s Clothesline’ opens at Museum of Surrey

Exhibition strives to educate on how our choice of clothing can affect ‘the health of the planet’

Textile artists Amy Walker and Sharon Kallis install their contributions to the Museum of Surrey’s new feature exhibit “Nature’s Clothesline.” The exhibit explores how the world is airing its dirty laundry – not on a clothesline, but in the landfills and oceans. (Photo submitted)
Pat Vickers’ bold and evocative watercolors are showcased at The Gallery, Central Plaza until Aug. 28. Contributed photo
Pat Vickers’ bold and evocative watercolors are showcased at The Gallery, Central Plaza until Aug. 28. Contributed photo
Winners named in Surrey’s ‘Arts 2020’ juried contest, an online-only showcase this summer

Winners named in Surrey’s ‘Arts 2020’ juried contest, an online-only showcase this summer

‘We had more than 100 artists enter this year,’ says Arts Council of Surrey president

Winners named in Surrey’s ‘Arts 2020’ juried contest, an online-only showcase this summer
Surrey artists go online with ‘Competitive Paint Off’ and more

Surrey artists go online with ‘Competitive Paint Off’ and more

An ‘Exquisite Corpse’ drawing lesson among gallery features during pandemic

Surrey artists go online with ‘Competitive Paint Off’ and more
Surrey students paint a planet in peril

Surrey students paint a planet in peril

Artwork depicting enviromental concerns can be viewed in an online exhibit

Surrey students paint a planet in peril
Members of the Pacifica Never Too Late Art Collective with their exhibited art at Newton Cultural Centre. (submitted photo: Carla Maskall)

MINTY: It’s never too late to create, as these Surrey seniors show

Pacifica Never Too Late Art Collective members are ‘late bloomers’ with works shown at Newton gallery

Members of the Pacifica Never Too Late Art Collective with their exhibited art at Newton Cultural Centre. (submitted photo: Carla Maskall)
Cora Li-Leger at Surrey Art Gallery with a four-panel painting created by her late husband, Don Li-Leger, for his “Hundred Year Bloom” series. (Photo: Tom Zillich)

Late artist Li-Leger would be ‘thrilled’ to see exhibit of his work at Surrey gallery

Cora Li-Leger recalls some adventures she shared with husband Don, who died in 2019

Cora Li-Leger at Surrey Art Gallery with a four-panel painting created by her late husband, Don Li-Leger, for his “Hundred Year Bloom” series. (Photo: Tom Zillich)