Exploring the Figure
Gloria Shaw, Denise Tonner
June 10 – June 30, 2019
Using various printmaking techniques, including etching, monotypes and digital printmaking, two Dundarave print artists express their attraction to the figure as inspiration.
…is in the details
New work by Jacqueline Law
April 24 – May 19, 2019
Please join us for the opening reception Saturday, April 27 at 6pm
God or the Devil? Both are responsible. Using monotype, etchings and intaglio prints, the artist takes a look at the interaction between Nature and Humanity and how one reflects, interacts and uses the other.
May 20 – June 9, 2019
Barb Snyder, Corey Mah & Maya Schueller-Elmes
Artists Corey Mah, Maya Schueller-Elmes and Barb Snyder explore the significant role of nature and plant life in sustaining (and maintaining) our own personal landscapes and daily lives. These artists invite viewers to consider their unique and introspective interpretations of ‘greenscapes’ captured through multiple printmaking techniques including etching, drypoint, serigraph, monotype and collagraph.
Water: Prints from the Wet Coast
March 27–April 21
Paradise Calling – Gloria Shaw
Jet propelled – Barb Snyder
Oil and Water – Moira Calder
poseidon – Erin Taniguchi
Using the theme of ‘Water’ the Dundarave Print Workshop artists explore their personal relationship with this ubiquitous substance, viewed as landscape, environment, sport, the thing of dreams and memory, and as a life sustaining necessity.
In this exhibition, visual artists Alexa Thornton and Maria Tratt explore elements that, combined, inform ideas of self and other.
February 27 – March 24, 2019
Thursday, Feb 28 5:30-9pm
From top to bottom:
Alexa Thornton, “Relocate”
serigraph and cyanotype
Maria Tratt, “Call and Response”
monotype and collagraph
For the Love of Printmaking:
Two Influential Local Printmakers
Jan 23 – Feb 24, 2019
Betty Jean Drummond and Marijke Nap were members of Dundarave Print Workshop for many years. Their enthusiasm for printmaking was infectious. Both experimented with their craft in response to the world around them. Betty Jean found joy in nature and the environment creating colourful, richly textured works in collagraphs and etchings. Marijke’s work speaks to social inequalities by exploration through digital and etched collages. Please join us in honouring the memory and the work of these two influential and important print artists.