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Kalyani Phadke’s “Lotus” mandala art. (submitted photo: Surrey Art Gallery)

‘Magic’ of mandala art revealed during Surrey gallery talk in February

Also, Panchal Mansaram’s work will be explored in an online conversation Feb. 5

 

Kel Brandner’s “Linhof” (2021, hand-crafted silver gelatin print) is among photographs featured in the “Joy of the Photographic Print” exhibit at Surrey Art Gallery. (Submitted photo courtesy Surrey Art Gallery)

Darkroom Group’s ‘striking’ photos done old-school in Surrey Art Gallery’s new exhibit

Also, the gallery’s next Thursday Artist Talk features Alexander Erickson’s ‘Stories Through Formline’

 

Artist Amy J. Dyck is the guest speaker during a Thursday Artist Talk at Surrey Art Gallery on Nov. 4. (submitted photo)

Artist’s ‘journey through a crisis’ revealed at Surrey Art Gallery’s next talk

Also at the arts centre is ‘A New Normal: Digital Media Arts Symposium’ on Nov. 6, followed by another Heart to Home Holiday Market

Artist Amy J. Dyck is the guest speaker during a Thursday Artist Talk at Surrey Art Gallery on Nov. 4. (submitted photo)
The Semiahmoo Potters and the Fraser Valley Potters Guild are once again joining forces for a show and sale of both decorative and functional work, to be held at the the Landmark Pop-Uptown Gallery at Central Plaza for the month of August. Contributed photo

White Rock ceramics show to feature work by 30 artists

Pop-Uptown Gallery at Central Plaza offers everything from functional to whimsical pieces

The Semiahmoo Potters and the Fraser Valley Potters Guild are once again joining forces for a show and sale of both decorative and functional work, to be held at the the Landmark Pop-Uptown Gallery at Central Plaza for the month of August. Contributed photo
Ilona Scott-Barzen with one of her warm-hued, distinctive African-themed paintings. (Contributed photo)

African-themed art returns in new South Surrey show

Ilona Scott-Barzen’s latest acrylics at Dude’s Coffee House

Ilona Scott-Barzen with one of her warm-hued, distinctive African-themed paintings. (Contributed photo)
A view of artist Cindy Mochizuki’s new “Autumn Strawberry” multimedia show at Surrey Art Gallery. (submitted photo/SAG)

‘Invisible’ Japanese-Canadian histories visible at Surrey Art Gallery this summer

With limited entry, ‘Autumn Strawberry’ and ‘Hastings Park’ open Saturday, June 26

A view of artist Cindy Mochizuki’s new “Autumn Strawberry” multimedia show at Surrey Art Gallery. (submitted photo/SAG)
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

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
Marilyn Kelm's Hearts Reunion is one of the paintings in Semiahmoo Arts' current virtual show,  Post-Pandemic World. Contributed photo

Virtual Semiahmoo Arts Society exhibit dreams of post-pandemic world

Exhibit opened May 21 and is viewable on society’s website

Marilyn Kelm's Hearts Reunion is one of the paintings in Semiahmoo Arts' current virtual show,  Post-Pandemic World. Contributed photo
A detail of White Rock artist Marilyn Dyer's painting New Mountains, one of her works in the show Delineations at Surrey Art Gallery until June 6

White Rock artist Marilyn Dyer featured in SAG show

Dyer and Vancouver sculptor Gailan Ngan team for Delineations exhibit

A detail of White Rock artist Marilyn Dyer's painting New Mountains, one of her works in the show Delineations at Surrey Art Gallery until June 6
Darts Hill Garden

South Surrey art installation show presented in a natural setting

Z-inc Collective returns with displays on each weekend until July 31

Darts Hill Garden
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?’

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)
New functional and decorative work by members of the Semiahmoo Potters Society can be seen online April 23-29 at semiahmoopotters.com (File photo)
New functional and decorative work by members of the Semiahmoo Potters Society can be seen online April 23-29 at semiahmoopotters.com (File photo)
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)
The Arts Council of Surrey’s upcoming Arts 2021 will include both a digital exhibit and an in-person show, within COVID guidelines, at Surrey Art Gallery. (File photo)

Deadline looms for juried Surrey art exhibit

Surrey arts council show will be both digital and in-person

The Arts Council of Surrey’s upcoming Arts 2021 will include both a digital exhibit and an in-person show, within COVID guidelines, at Surrey Art Gallery. (File photo)
Sunset on the Banks, by Peter Klemm, was one of the works by showcased in a South Surrey White Rock Art Society show at the White Rock Uptown Pop-Uptown Gallery, Central Plaza, last year. The current members exhibit can be seen only online. (Contributed photo)
Sunset on the Banks, by Peter Klemm, was one of the works by showcased in a South Surrey White Rock Art Society show at the White Rock Uptown Pop-Uptown Gallery, Central Plaza, last year. The current members exhibit can be seen only online. (Contributed 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)
Distant Gaze, an oil and acrylic work by Brittany Johnson, typifies the high standard of work in the Art by Surrey Secondary School Students exhibit. Contributed photo.

Surrey secondary student art showcased

Exhibit highlights serious themes, developing skills

Distant Gaze, an oil and acrylic work by Brittany Johnson, typifies the high standard of work in the Art by Surrey Secondary School Students exhibit. Contributed photo.