Saturday February 16, 12 to 4pm
Location: 6584 Deer Lake Avenue, Burnaby
Group Exhibition featuring: Deb Chaney, Jan Rankin, Wolfgang Vogt & Ronald Watt
Exhibition Dates: February 16 – March 9, 2019
Horizons is an exhibition that will be held at the Deer Lake Art Gallery featuring the works of Deb Chaney, Jan Rankin, Wolfgang Vogt & Ronald Watt, and is hosted and organized by the Burnaby Arts Council. The exhibition will open Saturday, February 16, 2019 from 12 to 4 pm and will run until March 9, 2019.
Horizons is a unique exhibition showcasing a diverse selections of an artist’s perspective of a landscape. Horizons includes a rich and varied survey of the natural world. Exploring the relationship between painting, glass and the abstract. Horizons brings together for the first time 4 outstanding artists with differing views featuring Deb Chaney, Jan Rankin, Wolfgang Vogt & Ronald Watt.
Deb Chaney is a contemporary abstract artist, speaker, & workshop facilitator. Recently named by Vancouver City Buzz and Culture Trip as one of the top 10 contemporary artists to watch in Vancouver, her artwork has been featured in Style At Home Magazine, The Georgia Strait, thrice on the homepage for Saatchi Online Gallery, in Rainmaker Films and on TELUS TV. She teaches and speaks about the creative process and living an inspired empowered life.
The infinite and ever changing sky is the jumping off point for most of Jan Rankin’s work. Rankin’s “Dark Night Skies” series of auroras and galaxies
Ever since Wolfgang Vogt visited a glass studio many years ago he has been fascinated with the art of glass and its many forms. Vogt’s sculpture are in natural and abstract forms and each one is a unique piece of art. Their varying colours bring to life the different seasons.
Ronald Watt is an autodidact artist from South Africa, now resident in North Vancouver, B.C. His preferred theme is landscapes for which he draws inspiration from the South African “Highveld” and “Karoo” regions with their vast plains and big skies. Ronald holds signature status with the Federation of Canadian Artists and is regularly accepted for the Federation’s group exhibitions. Since 1974 he has exhibited extensively in South Africa, including with the South African Association of Art