OPENING RECEPTION Friday April 21 | 5:00–7:00pm with San Juan and Southern Gulf Island artists, MLA Adam Olsen, and delegates from the San Juan Museum of Art in attendance. Free of charge.
(Please note our RSVP system will prompt you to buy a free ticket. This is a courtesy to help us plan, but not essential for attendance.)
Artist Panel 1 Saturday April 22 | ArtSpring 10:30 am
Artist Panel 2 Saturday April 22 | Mahon Hall 2:00 pm
ArtSpring is proud to present its first international visual art exhibition, as part of a unique and important cultural exchange between two of North America’s most feted arts communities – the Southern Gulf Islands of British Columbia and the San Juan Islands of Washington State.
For this celebration of artistic life surrounding the Salish Sea, ArtSpring is thrilled to host and present six of the finest visual artists working in the San Juan Islands. Please join us, curators Richard Steel, Patrick McCallum, and Peter Lane, as well as visiting dignitaries in welcoming:
Danielle Dean (photography)
Glenn Hendrick (printmaking, painting)
Joe Miller (oil painting, watercolour)
RaVae Luckhart (oil painting, mixed media)
Raven Skyriver (glass)
Tom Small (stone, sculpture).
Exhibition open daily from Saturday April 22 – Wednesday May 24 | 10am–4pm.
Archipelago is a collaboration with Salt Spring Arts (April 14-30 at Mahon Hall,) who will be exhibiting the Southern Gulf Island artists, and the San Juan Islands Museum of Art (September 22-December 4.)
Southern Gulf Island artists include:
Anna Gustafson (installation)
Jane Kidd (textiles/tapestry)
Joanna Rogers (textiles/found object)
John Macdonald (painting)
Sam Tontalbetti (photography)
Temoseng, Chazz Elliott(sculture/carvings)