October in the gallery



October 5 – 30, 2016

Dundarave is excited to host the 9th Biennial International Miniature Print Exhibition this October. BIMPE is held every 2 years and is a showcase for small scale works measuring no more than 15cm by 10cm.  Please drop by the gallery to view exceptional images from 47 different countries.



Heather Aston will be teaching her popular monotype class Oct. 25 – Dec. 6, 2016 Tuesdays 7 – 10 pm.

Winter Hours (October 13 – May 22)
Monday and Tuesday – closed
Wednesday to Sunday: 11 am – 5 pm

September in the Gallery

Places, Traces + Marks

Heather Aston, Sharole Brown,
Gail Fromson & Wendy Morosoff Smith

September 12 to October 2, 2016
Opening reception: Thurs Sept 15, 6 to 9 pm

Artists strive to make sense of the world around them by making images that record and interpret their journeys of observation and experience. In this exhibition four artists working in the medium of printmaking explore the reciprocal relationship between the external – journey and place and the internal – memory and emotion.

Heather Aston is offering her popular monotype class this fall.
To register, please call the gallery at 604.689.1650, drop by in person or use our online contact form.

Oct. 25 – Dec. 6, 2016 Tuesdays 7 – 10 pm
Heather Aston
Learn more here.


June in the gallery

Leah Mcinnis, Jesse Kvarnstrom, Rosalind Rorke, Helsa Ahmadi
June 13 – July 3

“Tails of the City” is an exhibition of new print works from Helsa Ahmadi, Jesse Kvarnstrom, Leah McInnis and Rosalind Rorke.  These four artist have focused on the city as a space where a panorama of experience, circumstances and life takes place.  Living in the city is an on-going negotiation of the physical space, flora and fauna, human inhabitants and communities, which are themselves constantly evolving.  The boundaries between order and chaos, managed and wild, street front and back alley are places to observe, speculate and daydream about the nature of city life.

alley goats

Alley goats by Rosalind Rorke


Apart by Helsa Ahmadi










Jacqueline Law
May 24 – June 12

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