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    Joanne Hewko: Water Under the bridgeXchanges GalleryNovember 15–December 1 Attracted to the bridge over the reversing falls at Tillicum Narrows, Joanne Hewko spent time making observations and collecting images. As a place for self-reflection, the bridge and the changing flow of water became metaphors for transitions in her life, shifting relationships and the passage of time. A graduate from Vancouver Island School of Art with a degree in Interior Design, Hewko focuses on mark-making and personal expression, emphasizing mood and gesture. Reception, Fri, Nov 15, 7-9pm; Sat, Sun, 11am-4pm. 2333 Government St, 250-382-0442, www.xchangesgallery.org. “Run the Gamut” Joanne Hewko, 22”x 30” inches, charcoal on paper
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    Nicholas Bott

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    Nicholas BottMadrona Gallery November 16–30This solo exhibition will feature 20 new pieces showcasing Nicholas Bott’s dramatic take on west coast landscape. Bott studied art at UBC and holds a diploma from the Chicago School of Art. Inspired by Vincent Van Gogh and the Canadian Group of Seven, his paintings have evolved continuously into the post-impressionistic style of his current work. Bott distills landscape elements of the west coast and Rocky Mountains into powerful aesthetic compositions to communicate a sense of the sublime. Artist reception Nov 16, 1-4 p.m, 606 View St, 250-380-4660, www.madronagallery.com. “West Coast Trail Sunset” Nicholas Bott, 60 x 48 Inches, Oil on Canvas
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    Adorn with Art

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    Adorn with Art Group Exhibition November 30–December 24West End GalleryThis exhibition showcases colour, techniques and inspiration to celebrate the season. Landscapes, still lifes, abstracts, impressionistic, urban and figurative styles are all represented from such painters as: Aleksandra, Steven Armstrong, Alain Bédard, Vé Boisvert, Naomi Cairns, Claudette Castonguay, Rod Charlesworth, Ken Faulks, Joanne Gauthier, Greta Guzek, Dana Irving, Patricia Johnston, Paul Jorgensen, Annabelle Marquis, Elka Nowicka, Glenn Payan, Guy Roy, Sabina, Jeannette Sirois, Peter Shostak—plus glassworks and ceramics. 1203 Broad St, 250-388-0009, www.westendgalleryltd.com. "A Quest for Flowers” Joanne Gauthier, 40 x 40 inches, Oil on Canvas
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    Bi yuan cheng: Ethereal VisionsNovember 14-24 The Avenue GalleryBi Yuan Cheng has practiced art from age five and was mentored by one of China’s most prestigious art professors. In 1983, Bi graduated magna cum laude from ZiangXi Art University. Many of his works are on display at the University Art Museum and his sculptures stand in China’s parks and facilities. In 1987, Bi’s distinguished career was recognized with the title of “Chinese Art Master.” Bi immigrated to BC in 1990 where he continues his masterful career in oil and acrylic painting. Artist reception Nov 16, 1-3pm. 2184 Oak Bay Ave, 250-598-2184 www.theavenuegallery.com. “Western Watch” Bi Yuan Cheng, 60 x 48 inches, acrylic on canvas
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    MILES LOWRY LETTERS FROM THE TREES October 1 - 13th, 2019 Opening Reception: Thursday Oct 3 @ 7-9pm Fortune Gallery www.mileslowry.ca www.loveandliberty.ca In its earliest manifestation the Irish Ogham script can be found carved into ancient stone markers in the Irish countryside. It has since been lost, found, saved from obscurity and disputed for centuries. According to the medieval scribes who recorded it, the letters played an important role in the Bardic mystical tradition of honouring sacred trees and plants. The fusion of mark-making and language is at the centre of Lowry’s approach as he merges modern pigments, paper, wax and wood with his own inks (by boiling oak galls or acorns) based on medieval recipes. As such, trees are sometimes both the substance and the subject of the works. In this exhibition Lowry explores Ogham, its symbolism and how trees can portray abstract expressions, reflect hidden communications and inspire spiritual investigations. Join us this October in welcoming Miles Lowry and his new work to fortune gallery. Do not miss out on this new and exciting exhibition.
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    Spot On: Peter Flanagan & Roberta Pyx Sutherland October 24–November 17 at Fortune Gallery The circle is a symbol of completion, perfection and the inclusivity of the universe. Ceramic artist Peter Flanagan and painterRoberta Pyx Sutherland explore these meanings through the joyous repetition of the concentric circular form. Flanagan says, “Early Asian ceramic glaze origins inform my exploration of wild BC clays combined with wood ash.” Sutherland is inspired by the relationships of cosmic patterning and divine intelligence.Openingreception Oct 24, 5-9pm. 537 Fisgard St. RobertaPyxSutherland.com; OkanaganPottery.com; FortuneGallery.ca.
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    Sandra Froher & Allison Brodie: Two Artists with a CollaborativeSpirit Gallery at Mattick’ s Farm: September 30–October 27 In this exhibit, Sandra Froher and Allison Brodie will show one piece ofcollaborative art, but the whole show is a collaboration. The artists state that a collaboration is the ultimate test of placing your ego aside; there is no room for hierarchy, just trust and mutual respect for each other’s process. Froher’s work (shownhere) is heavily influenced by the unknown celestial world and the unseen waters of the ocean.Opening reception Oct 5,1-4pm. 109-5325 Cordova Bay, 250-658-8333, thegalleryatmatticksfarm.com. Shown here: “Deep” Sandra Froher, 24 x 48 inches,ink, alcohol on yupo paper
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    Kimberly Kiel: Mark Making The Avenue Gallery, September 19–29 KimberlyKielexpresses herself through a wide variety of subject matter: landscapes andtreescapes; figure pieces andflorals. She loves the creaminess of oil, the opportunity to blend, the fact that it doesn’t dry too quickly. Looking at her work, it’s obvious that colour is a major source of inspiration. She greatly enjoys playing around with the surface on the canvas, getting different layers and textures. 2184 Oak Bay Ave, 250-598-2184,www.theavenuegallery.com. Shown here: “Playin’ it so Cool” Kimberly Kiel, 24 x 18 inches, Oil on canvas
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    Amber Lomax: Hit and Sunk October 4–20, Xchanges Gallery In a series of otherworldly paintings, Lomax explores our connection to our subconscious side and the internal struggle between who we are and who we think we are. Lomaxwas recently selected by the City of Victoria to participate in a project that brings emerging artists and public art together. An image of her painting “The Call” wasdisplayed at a Downtown bus shelter for four months. Opening reception Oct 4, 7-9pm.Otherwise, Sat & Sun 11am-4pm. 6E-2333 Government St, 250-382-0442, xchangesgallery.org Shown here: “Hit & Sunk” Amber Lomax, 36 x 36 inches,acrylic on canvas
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    We Carry Our Ancestors: Cedar, Baskets and Our Relationships with the Land Legacy Downtown: September 28–December 21 This exhibition weaves together generations of Indigenous women through cedar basketry. For the first time ever, Legacy Art Galleries will exhibit Nuu-chah-nulth and Salish historical baskets from the collection, alongside portraits of theweavers including Alice Paul, Rosie Ross, Mary Jane Jackson, Mathilda Jim, Julianna Williams, Liz Happynook, Lena Jumbo and Ellen Jumbo. The photographic portraits are bydocumentary photographer Ulli Steltzer from Germany, who lived in Vancouver from 1972 until her death in 2018 at age 94. She used an unobtrusive hand-held Rolleiflexcamera while photographing many First Nationsartists at their work inBC. Contemporary baskets by Salish artists Angela Marston and Brenda Crabtree, among others, will also be exhibited. Through new and intensive community research, this exhibition honours the resilience of women who have carried their cultures forward by passing down the art of cedar basketry to future generations. The exhibit is curated by Lorilee Wastasecoot, BC Arts Council Curatorial Intern. Opening Celebration:Saturday, September 28, 3-5pm. Legacy Downtown, 630 Yates St, Lekwungen territory, www.legacy.uvic.ca, 250-721-6562. Show here: Alice Paul, 1975, photograph by Ulli Steltzer. Image courtesy of University of Victoria Legacy Art Galleries
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    Megan Dietrich: Analog Us Madrona Gallery: October 11–October 25 Megan Dietrich is a Vancouver-based artist whose expressive paintings examine relationships of line, colour, and texture through influences of modern art history, pop culture, and personal experiences of life on the West Coast. Megan grew up in Powell River, and much of her painting and material language comes from that experience—surrounded by community, nature and a multitude of rich organic elements. There is always a fluidity to her work; room for mixture, variation and expression. She uses acrylic paint, pencil, ink, charcoal and other media to produce emotional and introspective mark-making that carries the eye. After a brief stint in studio art training, Megan finished her degree at the University of Victoria in 2012 and worked in a number of creative industries including film/television, art education and graphic design. This will be her first solo exhibition with Madrona Gallery and will feature over 20 new works. Analog Us is an attempt to be fully human, focusing on colour, sensory texture, and composition. The works explore connections between mental wellness, creativity, and the environment. Opening reception Oct 11, 7-9 pm. 606 View St, 250-380-4660, www.madronagallery.com. Shown here: “Oh, I Could Never Say” Megan Dietrich, 24 x 24 inches, Mixed Media on Canvas
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    Rod Charlesworth West End Gallery October 5–17 Blending techniques from the Impressionist school, mixed with Group of Seven sensibilities, Rod Charlesworth’s splashes of bright colour perfectly describe the wild texture of the Canadian landscape. From Haida Gwaii to Peggy’s Cove and up to the Northwest Territories, Rod’s sensitivity for capturing the vast Canadian landscape is unparalleled. His work, whether bold landscapes or whimsical images of children at play, is now collected world-wide and he is more committed than ever to painting images that have a strong Canadian cultural influence. 1203 Broad Street, 250-388-0009, www.westendgallery.com. Shown here: “Bright Hillside” Rod Charlesworth, 36 x 24 inches, Oil on Canvas
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    Land, Sea & Sky Dorothy Knowles, Greg Hardy, Nathan Birch and Terry Fenton September 5 - 25, 2019 Winchester Galleries Please join us for our opening reception Saturday, September 7, 2:00 - 4:00 pm. Nathan Birch and Terry Fenton will be in attendance. Brent Jarvis, piano; Ross Mcdonald, bass Refreshments will be served DOROTHY KNOWLES, Bow Valley Series, 1991, oil on linen, 12 x 16 inches GREG HARDY, Evening Hum, acrylic on linen, 36 x 48 inches NATHAN BIRCH, Driftwood Hiding in Tall Grass, acrylic on canvas, diptych, 21.5 x 38 inches TERRY FENTON, Resolve, James Bay, oil on panel, 24 x 39 inches View Exhibition winchestergalleriesltd.com
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    Nicole Sleeth - ALL EYES ON YOU åfortune gallery is proud to present Nicole Sleeth - ALL EYES ON YOUNicole’s work centers the female figure as an exploration of power, connection, and lived experience.The works in All Eyes On You are, at their core, about giving agency to the female subject. This body of work confronts and challenges societal constructs including this age old pearl: the passive and decorative object – a.k.a the female nude. In painting history these ‘objects’ are traditionally called models. In this show, these models have transformed, shedding this label and many of its objective associations. Each model is a confident individual, simultaneously strong and unapologetic. These women intentionally fix their gaze on YOU, the viewer. In turn, you no longer see just a body. You connect directly with a sentient being. September 4-29; opening reception, September 12, 7-9pmPlease review the exhibit at www.fortunegallery.ca
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    Opening Friday July 26th 7:00 - 9:00pm errant art space 975 Alston Street Victoria BC errantartspace.com 250-415-5480
  16. Curator’s Talk: Myfanwy in Context Thursday July 25 | 7 p.m.Legacy Downtown | 630 Yates St. Lekwungen territory We invite you to join us and guest curator Patricia Bovey for a talk on our current exhibition Myfanwy Pavelic: Mirrored Selves Within and Without! This illustrated talk will address the significance of Myfanwy Pavelic’s art and situate her visual acumen and accomplishments with portraits within the context of several major Canadian artists including Emily Carr, Paraskeva Clark, Vera Weatherbie and Molly Lamb Bobak. No registration required. Learn more about the exhibition here. Image: Myfanwy Pavelic, Raincoat (Self-Portrait), 1987, Gift of Dr. Myfanwy Spencer Pavelic.
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