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February 2021

Peonies – James Araujo-Lawrence

February 16 @ 8:00 am - April 18 @ 5:00 pm

In partnership with Single V Coffee, the Burnaby Arts Council and the Deer Lake Art Gallery are pleased to bring you our second pop-up exhibition!   Peonies is a series of watercolours featuring the titular flower by artist James Araujo-Lawrence. This series was inspired by the beauty and experience of the painting process. The works are best described by Araujo-Lawrence in his artist’s statement below:   The more I paint, the more I try to be present to the experience…

March 2021

Luminescence 2021

March 20 @ 12:00 pm - April 17 @ 4:00 pm

Luminescence is back for 2021! It’s been one year since we postponed the 2020 Luminescence exhibition and 4 months since we temporarily closed the gallery for major renovations. Join us in celebrating at our VIRTUAL opening reception and visiting the exhibition in person. Visits are by appointment only. Visit the exhibition page for registrations, bookings and more information.      

April 2021

Free – $10

Where Is My Spark? Taught by Heather Prost

April 17 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Creativity is our human birthright, but for so many of us we neglect feeding and tending to our creativity as we grow up. In this 2 hour class, Heather will be leading participants through various practices that help to reignite the creative spark.

May 2021

Human:Nature by Kevin Lanthier

May 1 @ 12:00 pm - May 30 @ 4:00 pm

As human activity alters and controls more of the earth’s surface, wildlife are forced to adapt. Some species are displaced from these areas, some live at the fringe, and others become full-time residents of what we tend to think of as “our” spaces. As their behaviour adjusts, it can seem as though these non-human neighbours of ours take on some of our own patterns and characteristics, reflecting our own nature back to us. We’re also forced to re-examine what “natural…

Instinction by David Righton

May 1 @ 12:00 pm - May 30 @ 4:00 pm

The world around us is made up of many different, complex layers. These layers are interwoven amongst each other such that they become defined by the relationships between them. We try to make sense of those layers by distilling them into pieces and recombining them into narratives. Through a combination of acrylic, bright colours, and multilayering techniques, this series presents a story as told by David Righton. Nature meets modern daily life.   Join the upcoming artist talk with David…

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