POSTPONED UNTIL A LATER DATE.
Group Winter Exhibition
Nov 28, 2018 – Jan 20, 2019
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 January, the gallery is open 5 days / week, Wednesday – Sunday, 11-5 pm
Points of View
Erin Taniguchi, Denise Tonner and Sue Damen
An exhibition encompassing whimsical narrative, story telling, and illustrative imagery.
Oct 31 – Nov 25
Opening Nov 2, 6:30 – 9 pm
Lunar Tails: Ruminations on Animals of the Chinese Zodiac
This spring, in the Year of the Dog, Corey Mah (“amiable Rat”) and Barb Snyder (“mischievous Monkey”) present work exploring the animals of the Chinese zodiac. The Chinese animal zodiac, or shengxiao (‘born resembling’), is a repeating cycle of 12 years, with each year being represented by an animal and its reputed attributes. With both humour and reverence, Barb and Corey ask: What stories can be told (or imagined) and what beliefs or scepticism can be promulgated by this eastern zodiac?
past, present and future,
no illusions it’s all the same
Feb 7 to March 4, 2018
Zdansky’s exhibition, which was partly completed
at The Millwood Artist Residence in Pesky Krumlov, Czech Republic, is an exploration of his Czech heritage. He also examines what happens to the work of an artist (famous or not) after his or her death.
Made possible with partial funding from DTES Small Arts Grants.
Mid-century Landscapes: a Betty Jean Drummond Retrospective
January 10 to February 4, 2018
Betty Jean Drummond (1920-2004) was an honours graduate of the Ontario College of Art and worked as a commercial artist before discovering a passion for printmaking in 1967. This retrospective of selected etchings and collagraphs highlights Drummond’s explorative approach to printmaking, starting with a memory and working directly on the plate. Her richly textured landscapes evoke the mid-century aesthetic, currently so popular. These timeless recollections of Pacific Northwest mountains and ocean can be seen at Dundarave Print Workshop and Gallery from January 10 to February 4, 2018.
March 29 – April 23
Opening Reception: Saturday April 1, 3-6 pm
Leonard Brett’s new period of exploration of many different ideas rather than a theme follows in the footsteps of Francis Picabia who named this mode of production ‘relache’ or relaxed. This multi directional quest has opened a door into new territory resulting in a freedom of expression and a wealth of varied images that push the boundaries of printmaking.
MONOTYPE: THE PAINTERLY PRINT
April 29 & 30, 2017 Sat & Sun 10:00-5:00 pm
Instructor: Heather Aston
(This class in now full, but you can call to be added to a waitlist)
Prints from the Pasture
Three Vancouver printmakers explore farms and the animals that dwell on them. This collaborative exhibition draws inspiration from the beautiful, complicated, and profound role of farming and farm animals in our lives and cultures.
Medium: Relief and intaglio printmaking
Artists: Nat Marshik, Rosalind Rorke, Barb Snyder
Dates: March 1-26, 2017
Opening Reception: Saturday, March 4, 6:30 – 8:30 pm
Winter Group Exhibition
November 30, 2016 to January 3, 2017
Please drop by to see gorgeous prints by Dundarave artists. Framed images are hung throughout the gallery with new work being added as prints sell. Unframed works are available, and we can ship anywhere. We offer gift certificates for artwork or classes.
Open Studio – Tues. Dec. 13 and Tues. Dec. 20
Dundarave Open Studio is available to former students in our classes. The cost is $35 per session, and participants bring their own supplies. There will be a Dundarave member in the studio to answer any questions. This would be a great opportunity to create some cards or personal gifts.
In the month of December, we are open Monday – Sunday, 11 am – 5 pm.
Landscape and Myth
March 2-27, 2016
In this body of work, Dundarave artists explore the juxtaposition of the natural environment and evidence of human activities.