Opening on Thursday September 10, 2015, at 6pm, Brendan Lee Satish Tang and Diyan Achjadi present a series of wearable 3D prints. For more information visit www.malaspinaprintmakers.com.
Gallery and visual arts
Brendan Lee Satish Tang & Diyan Achjadi Residue: Tracing the Lore
Charmian Nimmo: Still Life
This foray into non-functional, small scale sculptural work is the result of artist Charmian Nimmo’s love of animals and her habit of collecting and saving things that would otherwise often be thrown away. Many wild animals have now become urban and live in the cities amongst our homes and industries. This work is a playful attempt to create environments and stories for her own representations of these creatures in the found pieces, both natural and man-made that she has collected over the years. Some of the pieces are pit-fired which creates an organic, smoky and somewhat mysterious surface, some are mid-range fired with glazes. For more information visit www.craftcouncilbc.ca.
Dundarave Summer Group Exhibition
Throughout the summer the printmakers of the 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. For more information visit www.dundaraveprintworkshop.com.
Shannon Butler: Buffalo Rose
A deep respect for all things nostalgic, weathered, rusted, vintage, and her rural northern upbringing, informs Butler’s clay sculptural and function work. This work explores the contradiction and juxtaposition inherent in the creation of a more authentic type of beauty. For more information visit www.craftcouncilbc.ca
Vancouver Biennale: OSGEMEOS “Giants” Mural
The Vancouver Biennale has transformed a Granville Island industrial landmark into a gigantic work of public art! OSGEMEOS's monumental, 360-degree, 23 metre tall mural is the biggest public mural of their career and their first in Canada. The mural measures a colourful 7,200 square metres and is painted on the six gigantic silos that are part of the Ocean Construction and Building Supplies plant. For more information visit www.vancouverbiennale.com.