All That Glitters Jewellery Exhibition

Have you started your Christmas shopping yet? Join us in the gallery from now until Christmas Eve for our annual All That Glitters jewellery exhibition. Check everyone off your Christmas list; we carry both women’s and men’s jewellery! Read more

Introducing Lindsay Stocking Godfrey

The Avenue Gallery is pleased to introduce Lindsay Stocking Godfrey. A self-taught jeweller, Lindsay has been designing and smithing jewellery for almost 40 years. Travels in India, Asia, and North America have deeply influenced Lindsay’s style and technique. Lindsay has worked with some of Canada’s top fashion houses, and has had her work featured in both Vogue and Town & Country magazines.

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October Greetings from the Gallery!

October’s exciting exhibition!


Ron Parker’s Changing Light

October 2nd – 10th

Artist’s reception October 2nd 6 – 8pm

“A scene or landscape changes dramatically as the light shifts from early morning to sunset. For my show, “Changing Light” I narrowed my focus to Dallas Road and Beacon Hill Park. I challenged myself to capture the beauty of this daily transformation.” – Ron Parker


As always, keep an eye on our Facebook page for ongoing updates of what’s new in the Gallery! Read more

August Greetings from the Gallery

The warm, sunny days of summer have brought new paintings and sculpture to the Gallery!



We are delighted by Maple Ridge painter Linzy Arnott’s newest works. Her lustrous style has our clients captivated and intrigued.

Linzy was born in the Cowichan Valley on Vancouver Island but moved to Vancouver after winning a full scholarship to the Art Institute of Graphic Design. She went on to study colour theory and painting at Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design.


Pictured right:

The Answer Lies Within, 18 x 24, resin on panel Read more

New in the Gallery by Kimberly Kiel

We love Kimberly Kiel’s newest paintings, ‘A Tight Knit Crowd’ and ‘Thankful & Thoughtful’, showcasing her energetic, colourful style at its best! See both pictured below with another fabulous, figurative painting by Kimberly.

Kimberly Kiel was born in Saskatchewan in 1972.  She started her painting career at the age of 31 while living in Calgary.  Lured by the wide open spaces of her home province, in 2008 she moved back to Saskatchewan and now resides, with her husband & two sons, on an acreage near her hometown.

Pictured from left to right:

A Tight Knit Crowd, 30 x 30, oil on canvas

Thankful & Thoughtful, 30 x 30, oil on canvas

Before the Clock Strikes Twelve, 48 x 48, oil on canvas


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New in the Gallery by Brent Lynch

It’s always a delightful day in the Gallery when we get to hang brand new work by Brent Lynch.  A compelling landscape and figurative painter, Brent’s four newest works depict the natural beauty of the Gulf Islands, as well as Nanoose Bay here on Vancouver Island.


Fir Sentinel, Nanoose Bay 18 x 24 Read more

Introducing Tanya Bone

We’re thrilled to welcome our newest painter, Tanya Bone. Born in Saskatchewan and raised in the prairies, Tanya began her journey as an artist in the early 1990’s. She never tires of the hushed silence of a still life and how the solidity of an object can be connected into a set up with an adjoining object of fragility. “I get lost in the choices and the beauty of balancing still life arrangements. When I have completed the arrangement of a set-up, I sit back and take a long moment just to savour its stillness.” That’s what she wants her viewer to experience: “See the light, to hear the stillness”, she says. Read more

New in the Gallery by Ron Parker

Incredible Vancouver Island coastlines painted by local Victoria artist Ron Parker.

New in the Gallery are:


The Shining Sea 24 x 36


Distant Showers 24 x 40

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Announcing Fall 2014 Exhibition Schedule!


BLU SMITH   September 18 – 26

Kamloops-born Blu Smith exhibits internationally, showcasing his mature style as an abstract painter. Blu says about his paintings, “My work has a strong base in color and composition… constructed or built as if bricks and mortar in a building. Every painting is a building block in the foundation of what will come next.”


RON PARKER   October 2 – 10

Ron Parker’s atmospheric landscapes, painted in oil, represent a marked change from his original representational wildlife pieces and his later contemporary stylized landscapes. Read more

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