Exhibit Archives

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“Excursions and Returns: Meditations on Making, and the Maker” by Shamina Senaratne

April 1 to 30, 2017

These works are a collection of reflections and intuitions on the path to wholeness, peace, and inhabiting a world that supports the evolution of a wisdom-based culture.

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‘A Gathering’ – Artists of BC

October 10 to 30, 2016

A collection of fibre art showcasing local fibres or local dyes – in conjunction with 17th International Fibre & Fungai Symposium.

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“Quilt/Not Quilt” by Jane Dunnewold

August 27 to October 9, 2016

The reworked quilt is symbolic of transition and paradox. Once soft, now stiff and scratchy. Once a quilt – what is it now? Quilt/Not Quilt?

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Edge of the Forest

July 09 to August 21, 2016

Edge of the Forest is an exciting exhibition of textile art by 53 artists from across Canada who are members of the Surface Design Association.

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“No Words Necessary” by Jill Sullivan

May 21 to July 3, 2016

Jill Sullivan unveils her new series of work.

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whisperings – a celebration of the forest world

March 26 to May 15, 2016

Using natural materials as inspiration and media has lead textile artists Cathering Nichols and Anni Hunt to listen carefully to the “whisperings” of the forest and record what they hear.

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Finding Treasures

October 10 to November 22, 2015

These pieces of artwork are treasures for you to collect as we have collected the pieces and transformed them into sculpture and paintings.

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Mended

August 29 to October 4, 2015

A travelling exhibition of contemporary textile art by members of the Surface Design Association BC & Yukon.

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“Explorations: Colour & Line” by Patt Wilson

July 18 to August 23, 2015

A series of experimental nonrepresentational pieces in which I break away from traditional imagery and study the balance between colour and line.

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Maids and Meadows – Jill Denton, UK

May 30 to July 12, 2015

A vibrant feast of colour and texture in this exhibition of new work by textile artist and obsessive stitcher Jill Denton from Devon, UK.