CityScape Community Art Space: mon-wed & fri 12-5pm, thu 12-8pm sat 12-5pm
District Foyer Gallery, North Vancouver District Hall: mon-fri 8am-4:30pm
District Library Gallery, Lynn Valley Main Library: mon-fri 9am-9pm sat 9am-5pm
City Atrium Gallery: mon-fri 8:30am-5pm
CITYSCAPE COMMUNITY ART SPACE, 335 Lonsdale Ave.
To April 21
Photobase: Re-Imagined Memories shares personal stories through traditional photography, digital images, collage & assemblage, and photo transfer.
Opening Apr 27
Essence provides creative dimension to the multifaceted character and spirit of women by highlighting their roles, struggles and triumphs. The exhibition seeks to challenge you to examine how you treat and speak about the women in your lives. Presented in partnership with MELD Arts.
DISTRICT FOYER GALLERY, 355 West Queens Rd.
To May 7
Kathy Daley and Guy Hollington. Daly’s most recent series of oil paintings captures urban scenes in N. Vancouver, highlighting the wild, wet reflections of rain and umbrella-capped people in urban neighourhoods. Hollington uses traditional Italian glass-blowing techniques and tools to create exquisite glass work.
Opening May 9
Jeff Wilson and Ivanno Macci. Wilson’s work brings together a series of acrylic paintings to examine our use of modern seagoing vessels. Macci creates unique work made from wood found in the cold northern waters of the Pacific Ocean.
DISTRICT LIBRARY GALLERY, 1277 Lynn Valley Rd.
To Apr 9
The Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators. 8 members of the SCBWII show a range of styles and media exploring the whimsical themes that can be found in children’s literature.
Opening Apr 11
Suzanna Orlova, a Vancouver-based artist, creates paintings in watercolour, ink and oils. Features pieces in her signature red and black style colour palate.
CITY ATRIUM GALLERY, 141 W 14th St.
To May 14
The Art of Caring | Family Services of the North Shore. Over 140 children came together for an afternoon of art to talk about the needs of children, youth and families and how the community can support and care for one another. 3 large panels with all the artwork will be on display.