Who we are:
Dundarave Print Workshop is an artist-run, non-profit printmaking society operating since 1971. Members share a studio space and a small gallery for exhibitions. Printmaking classes are offered to the public in the winter and fall seasons. The studio accommodates printmaking methods such as intaglio, monotype and relief printmaking. It accommodates 28 members.
POSTPONED UNTIL A LATER DATE.
The Creative Process: North to South
Karen Nguyen and Patricia Gaspar
March 4 – 29, 2020
Opening reception: Sat March 7, 7 to 9pm
Top Left: Universal, etching and collage, Karen Nguyen
Top Right: Calligraphy in Motion, etching monoprint, Karen Nguyen
Bottom: Bird and Flowers, woodcut, embossed, intaglio, hand painted, Patricia Gaspar
Using various printmaking techniques, artists Karen Nguyen and Patricia Gaspar explore their creative evolutions through their art processes. Gaspar (Argentina) uses her art to exhibit personal experiences and Nguyen (Canada) uses her art to explore the creative process itself.
grey jays by Denise Tonner
Three for the Show by Gloria Shaw
February 5 – March 1
Small is relative to size, to gesture, to action. What is seemingly small compared to one thing is huge in relation to something else. A small action can change the course of human history. “Small-ish” is the visual interpretation of what is considered small to the participating artists. It’s all about perspective, and it’s all relative.
All Members Winter Show
November 27 – January 5 2020
Small format framed prints by Dundarave artists are hung throughout the gallery with new work being added as pieces sell, so check in often. Unframed works are available as well and we can ship anywhere. Perfect for gift giving!
Gift certificates are also available for artwork or classes.
In December the gallery is open 7 days/week, 11- 5 pm.
In January, the gallery is open 5 days / week, Wednesday – Sunday, 11-5 pm
Short Bear Tales
Oct 30 – Nov 24, 2019
Friday, November 1, 3 – 6pm
Through linocuts, woodblocks, etchings and engravings this series of work depicts the interaction between humans and bears. A positive change in our attitudes of human dominance would ensure future generations the opportunity to enjoy the many amazing species living within our natural world.