Roundhouse Exhibit
Thursday, May 18
10 am - 9 pm
Reception: 7 pm - 9 pm

West of Main Art Walk
Saturday, May 27
11 am - 5 pm

Sunday, May 28
11 am - 5 pm



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Our Artist's Exhibitions


Creative Neighours Salon #2 - Artists' Stories: Artists in Our Midst

Hastings Mill Museum, 1575 Alma St, Vancouver [Map]

Sunday, April 30, 2017 1 - 4 pm

Salon Presenters: Joanne Brown, Pnina Granirer & Jackie Conradi-Robertson

April’s Salon will feature a panel of artists participating in the 2017 Artists in Our Midst.  The Artists will share their stories and discuss their own creative processes, as well as providing a brief history of Artists in Our Midst on its 25th anniversary.

Guests will receive an invitation to this year’s Exhibition and to the West of Main Art Walk. Over 50 artists from Main Street to West Point Grey will be showing their works of art during this two day Free event.

Creative Neighbours Salon #2Time: 1-2 pm Potluck food; 2-3 pm Presenters; 3-4 pm Socialize and network
Bring: Dessert or finger food for sharing.



The Best of BC

March 9 to April 1, 2017

Suzy Birstein is part of the Best of BC showcase at the Gallery of BC Ceramics, the first Potters Guild of British Columbia (PGBC) members show of 2017. Stop by to see some of the best ceramics BC has to offer.

1359 Cartwright St, Granville Island, Vancouver
Hours: 10:30 am - 5:30pm daily

Lost in legend, fired ceramic, feathers, seashells, bind
15" H x 9" W x 10” D

Soon it comes round to your soul
fired ceramic, stainless steel, binds
14" H x 9" W x 9" D   


You, whose been travelling so long...
Fired ceramic, feathers, metal, bindhis
17" H x 16" W x 8" D


Artists' Talk

Jackie Conradi-Robertson and Camille Mehta (mother and daughter artists) are hosting an artists’ talk on Sunday, February 5th at 12:30 pm in Hewett Hall at the Unitarian Church 49th and Oak. Their joint art exhibition will be in the Fireside Room and the Sanctuary February 1 to 28, 2017.

Painted by Jackie Conradi-RobertsonSpanish Banks East Concession by Camille Mehta


Huaca: Spirit of Place Show by Janet Strayer


Huaca: Spirit of Place
Aug 5 to Sept 29, 2015
Opening reception: Sat Aug 8, 2 - 4pm

Forest Grove Triptych, 30" x 108", each panel is 30" x 36"Lynn Valley Main Library
1277 Lynn Valley Road, North Vancouver [Map]
Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-9pm, Sat 9am-5pm
(Open Sunday starting September 20, 12 - 5pm)

Huaca is a South American term that refers to a location or object that is revered. In Huaca: Spirit of Place, Janet has sought to reflect a sense of huaca as felt in the natural world. Ancient Andean culture believed huaca is a spirit that can exist in natural formations like waterfalls, mountains and shrines.  

In places with huaca, a sense of wonder prevails and animates the world  -- if only for a moment... It arrests you, draws you in and fires your imagination long afterward,” says Janet about her experiences.

Janet experienced the power of huaca’s while living in South America and felt first-hand places vibrating with significance or spirit. While Janet uses a range of styles in her artwork, the underlying current in her work focuses on moments of physical and psychological transformation. View her work here


Ann Hilton - Summer Art Show Calendar

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Backlit Coneflowers, 16" x 20", Watercolour

Small, Smaller and Smallest show  |  June 9 - 21
Federation of Canadian Artist Gallery
1241 Cartwright St., Granville Island

Summer Gallery  | June 23 - July 19
Federation of Canadian Artist Gallery
1241 Cartwright St., Granville Island

7 flower paintings on display
Gallery Fleur Florist
4416 W10th Ave

Work on Display  | June 25 - Sep 30
Delta Town and Country Inn
6005 Highway 17A (at Highway 99), Delta   [Map]

Sunshine to Shadow Show  |  July 2 - 19
Gallery 1710
South Delta Artist Guild Gallery
1710 56th St., Tsawwassen (Just off Highway 17A)
[Map and Hours]

Work on Display  | July 8 - Sep 30
Delta Hospital
5800 Mountain View Blvd, Delta  [Map]

  Breaking Waves, Watercolour, 16" x 20"