Main Gallery:

Things We Found at the Lake | Cath Hughes

This exhibition explores the imagery of bathers at the lake.  There is an element of voyeurism as we observe people engaging unselfconsciously with the landscape or interacting with one another.  In some pieces the activity is juxtaposed by elements of fantasy: a hobby horse, a mummer, a stag’s head and groups of archetypal Canadian wildlife: beavers, loons, Canada geese.  Colours as well take on a tint of fantasy and unreality. Cath Hughes describes the work as being like an outsider’s fantasy of Canadiana and Canadian wildlife.           (Oils/mixed media)

Mummery_Pokery_Moose

Eve Smart Gallery:

Jervis Inlet | Mavis Assad

“Majesty.  Strength.  Grandeur.  These are the feelings that overwhelm me when in the presence of the beautiful west coast beaches, forests and mountains.  This is the beauty and strength I seek to convey in my landscape paintings.  My current series of Jervis Inlet expresses my emotional connection to this mighty landscape.”            (Acrylics)

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