Holiday Gift Exhibition
November 16, 2019 to January 19, 2020
Every year we turn our Pitt Meadows Art Gallery into a pop-up store for the Holiday Season! Find the perfect gift for everyone on your list, no matter your budget and feel good about supporting a local artisan in return. We have a lot of one-of-a-kind items, so be sure to stop by and check them out. View the gallery of items at the Exhibition on Facebook.
Participants In 2019's Exhibition:
|April Harvey||April Lacheur||Betty Walraven|
|Bob Hanczik||Bruce Hay||Calla Power|
|Cindy Johnston||Courtney Dow||Connie Flavelle|
|Daniela Del Boccio||Elena Markelova||Ginger Kacy-Palmer|
|Hobb & Co||Ilona Fekete||Joseph Karasz|
|Kerrie Stafford||Lea Sevcov||Linda Nelson|
|Little Barn Boutique||Lorie & Bob Gray||Lorna Ray - Essential Rays|
|Lynne Galaugher||Maryanne Lindberg||Meadow Yarn Studio|
|Melissa Hume||Norma Jean Phillips||Patricia Gordon|
|Philip Josephs||Rain City Crafts||Rob Egan|
|Rob Fahlman||Simon Sullivan||SoapScapes|
|Tara Pawson||Trudy Deaton||Vivian Dawson|
|Wendy Schmidt||Wendy Langridge||Wing Yee Wong|
Richard "The King" Brodeur
September 14 to October 30, 2019
Pitt Meadows Art Gallery is excited to welcome art pieces by legendary Vancouver Canucks Goalie Richard "The King" Brodeur. Brodeur utilizes oils, acrylics, and watercolours to create abstract paintings as well as images of Canadiana landscape. His most popular series is a collection of paintings titled "My Childhood Hockey Memories" which depicts youngsters playing hockey on frozen ponds, backyard rinks, streets and back alleys all over Canada.
Patrick Sephani & ZimCarvings
July 27 to September 8, 2019
This exciting new exhibit features contemporary stone sculptures, metal art, beautifully intricate jewelry and hand-crafted baskets. Join us for our opening reception and experience cultural performances and carving demonstrations (weather permitting). Opening Reception: Saturday, July 27 from 2- 4 p.m.
June 1 - July 21
The Pitt Meadows Art Gallery is proud to showcase the amazing work of young artists and their exploration of a variety of themes and art mediums. The Children & Youth Art Exhibition runs until July 21 and features artwork created by local children and youth between the ages of 4-18.
This work engages children and youth and encourages skill development while cultivating art appreciation. Come and be inspired by the art created by our children and youth.
Meet the artists at the Opening Reception on Saturday, June 1, from 2 pm to 4 pm.
Children Artists: Aiden Hall, Caleb McMillan, Cash, Ginger, Kairo Heath, Khaim Christianson-Barker, Lucas Yao, Lukas Hochstetter, Sophie Kim, Owen Carter
Youth Artists: Olivia Steed, August, Maddie Miller, Matteo Misceo, Dacia Farrance, Sophie Camire, Anika Darts, Kira Hunchak, Olivia Gallus, Abby Gibson, Riley Bruce, Natalie Daniels, Shruthi, Sagi, Shirlyn Zobeyed, Amy, Emma Forsberg, Caitlyn McNee, Jacquie Elliott, Amanda Seddon, Clara Munro, Ava Buckley, Alex Dunbrack, Reece Koufalis, Melanie Kardos-Mitchell.
The Art of Upcycling | ‘REMAKING THE WAY WE MAKE THINGS’
Dates: April 6 - May 26, 2019
Everyday objects discarded as waste are reimagined into remarkable works of contemporary art and sculpture in The Art of Upcycling at the Pitt Meadows Art Gallery. This year’s exhibit hopes to raise awareness about excess plastic waste that ends up in the oceans. Pieces include a 2D map sewn together with recycled plastics and fabrics, beautiful jewellery hand-crafted from reclaimed plastics along the Pacific Rim shores and playful sculptures created from a variety of upcycled materials.
Artists: Bridget Catchpole, BD Designs, Tim & Lisa Drozda, Yorke Graham, Judy & Janice Jones, Joseph Karasz, Yeonmi Kim, Reece Koufalis, Lemonaid Art, My License Plate Art, Norma Jean Phillips, Bill Thomson, Yulia Dvorah Shtern, Ron Simmer, Betty Walraven, and Anne-Francoise Wauthy.
A Love of Landscapes
Dates: February 2 - March 31, 2019
Artist: Connie-Jean Moore and Rob Egan
The great outdoors invites you in to discover a love of nature through art. The awe of the leaves rustling. The sound of the waves crashing. Brushstrokes come alive in an array of colours. From misty bays and green fields to moss covered rocks and fiery foliage, this exhibit features a diverse collection of natural landscapes.