March in the gallery

coastal waters monotype

coastal waters by Denise Tonner

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.


December in the gallery

Laundry Day

Laundry Day in Umbria by Heather Aston

snow in the Monashees web

Snow in the Monashees by Denise Tonner

Christmas Members Show
Dec. 2 – January 3

Our winter show is up!  Please drop by to see a wide variety of original hand-pulled prints.  For the month of December we are open 7 days /week from 11 am to 5 pm.



November in the gallery

A Furious Hunger
Barb Snyder & Daylen Luchsinger

“A Furious Hunger” exhibits new works by Barb Snyder and Daylen Luchsinger at Dundarave Print Workshop, 1640 Johnston Street on Granville Island. The show runs from November 4th – November 29th, with an opening reception Friday November 13th from 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. 
In this body of work both artists explore the social and ecological relationships between our growing society and the global environment. Found images, excepts from texts and conversations, and found physical objects have been collected and collaged in assemblages that investigate these complex relationships.

July and August in the gallery

summer_show_2015 The Group Summer show is up! June 22 – September 7 Throughout the summer the printmakers of Dundarave Print Workshop will be exhibiting new and small format original prints.  We invite you to stop in to see this diverse range of work including etchings, monotypes, relief prints, collagraphs and more.  As pieces are sold, new works go up to create an ever-changing exhibition.

There is also a great class on this month: PRINTING WITH TEXTURE-
a 2-day Collagraph Printmaking Workshop July 11 & 12, 2015.

May in the gallery

Dundarave Print Workshop + Gallery presents:

Globelore – Global Folklore
new work by Leah McInnis
April 29 – May 24, 2015

Opening: Thursday April 30



Globelore (global folklore) is an exhibition of new work that retells fairy tales, myths and folklore through time and space. Blurring the line between fact and fiction, Globelore combines historic regional research with fictional interpretations of metamodern storytelling. Breaking down the psychological necessity of storytelling reveals the love/hate relationship people have with popular culture.

drawings by Leah McInnis

drawings by Leah McInnis

Not just for children, tales of magic and spiritualism become insights into human nature. Using the processes of intaglio, relief and painting, Globelore invites you to relive your youth and critically consider the fairytale you currently inhabit, within the larger context of stories from all over the globe.

April in the Gallery


self-published book

Dundarave Print Workshop + Gallery presents:

“A Surrealist Alphabet,” new engravings by
April 1 – 26, 2015

Leonard Brett has created a new alphabet that combines language and visual motifs as engravings for each letter of the alphabet. Some of the engravings are hand coloured and some of the works in this exhibition are digitally produced.  In these works, design elements such as colour, pattern and form are used to produce emotional responses.  Language and letters are used as visual art throughout the surreal alphabet.

Please join us for the opening reception Saturday, April 4th, 3-6pm.