OCTOBER 11 - 25, 2019
June 22 - July 6
Opening Reception June 22
Madrona Gallery is proud to present Inuit Masterworks, an exhibition featuring drawings, carvings, and prints by leading Inuit artists. Highlighted are works by, Pauta Saila, Shuvinai Ashoona, John TikTak, Pitaloosie Saila, Kenojuak Ashevak, and many more.
Madrona Gallery is pleased to announce Colours of Summer IX, our yearly group exhibition of selections from our contemporary and historic collection. Included are new works by contemporary artists such as Rick Bond, Meghan Hildebrand, John Lennard, Halin de Repetigny, Nicholas Bott, April Mackey, Itee Pootoogook, Ningiukulu Teevee, and many more. These works are complemented by historic works by artists such as Takao Tanabe, Ted Harrison, Joseph Plaskett and Jack Shadbolt.
September 21 - October 5
Opening Reception September 21, 1-4 p.m.
Please join us for Madrona Gallery’s sixth solo exhibition with B.C. artist, Rick Bond. With great confidence and ability, Bond presents a new collection of vibrant and expressive paintings. For the past 30 years, he has been exploring the west coast while taking notes and making sketches along the way.
Born in Whitehorse, Yukon in 1958, David Antonides has studied in Vancouver, Europe and New York. His work is focused on watercolour - but in an approach that creates a weight and drama not normally associated with this typically transparent and fragile medium.
O.C., O. Ont., R.C.A.
David Blackwood is one of Canada’s most respected visual storytellers. His narrative work reflects the legend, toughness and landscape of Newfoundland- an historic journey not that far removed in essence and time.
Blackwood’s work has been exhibited nationally and internationally with over 90 solo shows and scores of group exhibitions. He has been the subject of two major retrospective exhibitions and the National Film Board’s 1974 Academy-Award nominated documentary film BLACKWOOD.