Current Exhibitions

Main Gallery
June 6
- July 7, 2024
Beyond personal narrative, my work serves as a commentary on societal norms and expectations, particularly challenging the male gaze prevalent in traditional portraiture. By presenting myself as both subject and creator, I aim to question these norms and offer a fresh perspective on the representation of women.
Gallery Two
June 6
- July 7, 2024
The play of colour and texture, together with the natural human-ness of the analog printing process, all reach for an entry point to the understanding of abstraction, as well as a fresh pair of glasses to read the story the world around us.
Gallery One
June 6
- July 7, 2024
Our work seeks to evoke joy and nostalgia, transforming everyday lighting into delightful sculptures that captivate and enchant. Through our artistic partnership, we blend our unique approaches to materials and design, creating pieces that not only light up a room but also bring a smile to your face. Welcome to our sugary sanctuary, where art meets light in the most delicious of ways.
Gallery Three
June 6
- July 7, 2024
This series is created by embroidering very fine single threads onto vintage linens.  Each work is intended to evoke a sense that these domestic materials still contain traces of the lives of those that touched and handled them.  Each work is designed to be viewed as if they are painted images, slowly stitched to reveal a story about a hidden or forgotten life. Each is a fiction prompted by imagining how the person who made or used them imagined themselves to ‘be’.  Those stories are painted with thread onto doilies, hankies, napkins and fragments, all fabric mementos left behind. 

Past Exhibitions

Main GalleryGallery OneGallery Two
April 27
- May 26, 2024
We asked our members to celebrate with us through art, with this year's theme being: 20 years of art in Revelstoke. For two decades, Revelstoke has been an inspiration for artists seeking connection, and a place to share their vision with the world.
Main Gallery
March 14
- April 14, 2024
Today’s world shifts ever more rapidly. It seems as if no one is spared the unsettling sense of shaking ground — whether pertaining to our beloved earth, to our connection with one another, or to global peace.  It is my hope that these pieces provoke us all to make space for fresh thinking as we adjust and try to find our way. 
Gallery One
March 14
- April 14, 2024
Through the lens of hyper-realism Tracy’s art invites viewers to appreciate the beauty, versatility, and medicinal potential of cannabis, ultimately challenging societal norms and fostering a more inclusive perspective on this captivating plant.
Gallery Two
March 14
- April 14, 2024
“Smoked” is a series of earthenware ceramic vessels, exploring humans’ complex relationships & cultural associations with smoke. They have been burnished with a stone, or coated with terra sigillata—a suspension of fine clay particles, polished to a smooth sheen—and fired slowly in a sawdust kiln, so that the surfaces of the vessels themselves have been marked by smoke.
Gallery Three
March 14
- April 14, 2024
‘Recompose’ questions the dichotomies that we often presume like ‘life and death’, ‘light and dark’,  and ‘beautiful and ugly’. These dichotomies are instead embraced as messy, symbiotic relationships. With dark forest scenes and snippets of ever-fragmenting comic-like memories, I search for the shards of joy and love embedded inside a heartbreaking and unknowable disease.
Main Gallery
January 4
- January 17, 2024
This exhibition delves into the significance of being seen, weaving a tapestry of images capturing the nuanced interplay between individual identity and the external gaze. Each brushstroke and captured moment in the artworks serves as a testament to the need for recognition, prompting contemplation on the multifaceted nature of visibility. The exhibition invites viewers to reflect on the power dynamics inherent in seeing and being seen, emphasizing the transformative potential of visibility in fostering empathy, understanding, and a shared sense of connection.