Every week we highlight a special grouping of art that grabs our attention and hopefully yours! 😊
This year we decided that it was time for another makeover, and the flooring had become the elephant in the room. Employing our, “Go big or go home” philosophy, we decided that the carpet had to go.
If you ask around the gallery who’s idea it was originally to make
the leap to laminate, you will find it a point of prickly contention. Hint: It was Matt, because he’s the boss.
Finishing a painting is not like finishing a horse race. Usually no one, including the artist, knows for sure if its finished. There are no lords and ladies in fine dress to congratulate you, no big wreaths of flowers, no gold cup. Creating a painting is a lonely pursuit right to the end.
So with all this internalizing and loneliness how does an artist know if they have truly finished a work
What a treasure chest. Even if you can't afford anything, have a peek just to be inspired. In fact, you might just as easily persuade yourself to visit a second time!
A wonderful gallery of indigenous and ecclectic pieces Step into the gallery and you are caught by wind sculptures, amazing indigenous pieces and art from many regions - photographs that feel like paintings. A must-see when you are on Salt Spring.
Beautiful pieces including some very high priced original works of art from famous artists. Blessed to see in person. Definitely a must stop.