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AFK Blog
May 30
Discover the talent of our artists at exhibits this month

​Just as our artists generously support our programs and our students, in turn, please consider returning the support by attending exhibits of their work.

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Across Skaha November, by Ross Penhall, Oil on Canvas, 23 x 36 inches

Artist Patron Ross Penhall's latest work is on display at Gallery Jones in Vancouver. Entitled Meteora, the exhibition is a collection of his new large-scale oil paintings that reflect the mountainous West Coast landscape in the artist's distinct style. The exhibition runs through June 30, 2018. Gallery Jones is located 1 – 258 East 1st Avenue in Vancouver.

Artist Patron Etienne Zack is part of a show at the Equinox Gallery. Entitled Works on Paper, the group exhibition includes several pieces that incorporate acrylic and gel transfer on Arches paper, and mixed media on paper. The exhibition runs through June 30, 2018. Equinox Gallery is located at #110 - 525 Great Northern Way in Vancouver.  

Artist Patron Douglas Coupland has an installation at the Vancouver Aquarium. He is collaborating with Ocean Wise to highlight ocean plastic pollution in a new major sculpture exhibition. The year-long installation, Vortex, will immerse Aquarium visitors in a contemplative, emotive, and transformative experience at the nexus between art and environment. The installation runs through April 30, 2019.

Partner Artist Aimée Henny Brown is part of a group show at the South Main Gallery entitled In Situ. The artists in this show work with collage as a strategy to address contemporary notions of place and being. The opening reception is Saturday, June 2 at 3 p.m. There is an artist talk on Saturday, June 16 at 3 p.m. The exhibition runs through July 1, 2018. The South Main Gallery is located at 279 East 6th Avenue in Vancouver.  

We encourage you to visit these captivating and thought-provoking exhibitions, and support Canadian art and artists. 


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