We are delighted to welcome glazier Ed Colberg, whose mastery of Murrini is mesmerizing! Feast your eyes on new paintings, jewellery, sculpture, glass… abundance abounds!
Join us for the first of our fall exhibitions, Spontaneous Expressions, featuring seven of our abstract artists, opening four weeks today! Scroll to the end for your first sneak peek…
Pictured at right:
blown glass, Murrini roll-up, 10 x 7.5 x 7.5
Included In This Newsletter…
Blown glass, Murrini roll-up 16 x 6.5 x 4.5
Ed Colberg has been working with hot glass since 2005. He holds a BFA with Distinction from Alberta College of Art + Design, and has exhibited across Canada as well as internationally. Ed is continually inspired by nature and intangible aspects of the human experience.
Unity and Division in Blue Gold
Blown glass, Murrini roll-up 14 x 8 x 8
I spend a lot of time thinking about perception and the union of the physical/non-physical. In daily living, I aim to be mindful of the way form interacts with intangible aspects of our collective experience. I use this exploration as an impetus to create works that point to windows of transcendence. – Ed Colberg
Blown glass, Murrini roll-up 9.25 x 5 x 5
To Be Three
Acrylic on panel 15 x 30
You can practically smell the fresh ocean air in Susie Cipolla’s charming tribute to the hardworking boats on our coast.
14kt. Gold-Fill, Argentium Silver 21″ long
Linda’s newest designs incorporate 14kt. Gold-Fill and Argentium Silver as her precious metals of choice, creating organic, versatile jewellery – always with an understated elegance.
14kt. Gold-Fill, Argentium Silver 2.5″ drop
Late Day Breakers
Oil on canvas 24 x 36
Through the 30 years Gaye has worked professionally as an artist, what remains constant is her passion for painting the effects of light and atmosphere, which is the signature of her work.
The White Sands of Calvert Island
Oil on canvas 30 x 24
Salt Spring Island Maple Burl, Granite Base 24 x 16
‘Breach’ was inspired during a whale watching trip, and uses an uncommon natural element to portray a uncommon natural event. – Bruce Edmundson
Sterling Silver Bracelet
8-9″ long (adjustable)
The design and fabrication of jewellery is truly magical for me… especially when the pieces so often make the wearer feel so very special. – Doreen Schneider
Sterling Silver Chain
Frosted Landscape Vase (Teal/Yellow)
Blown Glass 7.5 x 7.5 x 4.5
Transparent flowing shapes unfold in brilliant colours capturing the essence of landscape, in Lisa’s Landscape series.
Open Landscape Vase (Blue)
Blown Glass 7.5 x 9.25 x 5.5
Titanium Fractal Scale Neckpiece
Titanium, Sterling Silver
Many of Anne’s pieces involve an eclectic combination of contemporary and ancient metal fabrication techniques, but maille has remained a favourite element of her designs.
FALL 2018 EXHIBITIONS:
SEPTEMBER 20 – 30
Niina Chebry, Eunmi Conacher, Marianne Meyer,
Patty Ripley, Gordon Scott, Joan Skeet
Scroll down for your first preview… all works subject to pre-sale.
A Quiet Day by Niina Chebry
Mixed media on canvas 47 x 50
Thai Cave by Eunmi Conacher
Acrylic on canvas 36 x 60 (diptych)
Chasing the Clouds Away by Marianne Meyer
Acrylic & charcoal on canvas 24 x 24
Femme Fatale by Patty Ripley
Mixed media on canvas 54 x 48
Coffee Table by Gordon Scott
Acrylic on Starphire glass 50 x 25 x 14
Grow by Joan Skeet
Oil on canvas 72 x 18
Please contact the gallery regarding pre-sales for this highly anticipated exhibition.
We’ll be sharing more previews in upcoming newsletters!
Thank you for reading our latest newsletter, we look forward to seeing you in the gallery!
Heather, Catherine, Kathleen, Barb & Elyse