Past Exhibitions

Main Gallery
October 20
- November 20, 2022
When you look at a painting, you stand where the painter stood. That is what this exhibition is, a journey in step with me, soft-footed on tiptoes.
Gallery One
October 20
- November 20, 2022
I use embroidery and art in general as a form of therapy, a time to focus my intentions and organize my thoughts. Something about it feels like I'm participating in history, paying homage to my Grandmothers who practiced before me and my great grandmother, who lives on through her art. 
Gallery Two
October 20
- November 20, 2022
Radhika Bhoite is a painter born and raised in India and currently working in the USA. She earned her BSc in Information Technology in 2010 and MBA in Marketing in 2013 from the University of Mumbai in India.
Gallery Three
October 20
- November 20, 2022
Revelstoke based painter and graphic designer, Marie Moose, brings you her latest body of work ‘HOMESCAPES’. Moose is inspired by nature’s lines, sometimes flowy and sometimes geometric. Her vibrant colour palette is instinctive, gravitating towards saturated and unrealistic colours to express joy and curiosity in the viewer.
Main Gallery
September 15
- October 9, 2022
Brett Mallon's work contemplates the psychological processes that bond us with and alienate us from nature. With this in mind, he often engages with questions surrounding colonialism. More specifically, he looks at its role in abstracting our perceptions in relation to the natural environment.
Gallery Three
September 15
- October 9, 2022
Keely Halward is a Candian abstract painter living in rural BC, Canada in the “unincorporated” community of xwesam/stelkaya, Roberts Creek on the Sunshine Coast. Her most recent solo exhibition This Is No Time For A Muted Palette was painted during the pandemic and was held at The Kube in Gibsons in 2021. Influenced heavily by her life spent along coastal shorelines and mountain ranges, Keely’s Mountain Moon series uses layers of washes with vibrant colour to depict round ‘portals’ to alternate landscapes and realities.