Stephen Dobson is a very prolific artist who developed a signature style early in his ...more
Lisa is admired for her incredible range of work in different mediums and raw natural ...more
Teyjah McAren’s acrylic Cave wall paintings. Please enjoy these paintings of cave wall petroglyphs created ...more
Artists in Canada helps market Premium Members through increased home page exposure and other initiatives ...more
This artist has a life long passion for painting and nature, using the Canadian landscape ...more
Rick Gallant's passion for art comes from an innate desire to capture the boundless beauty ...more
Lawrie Dignan uses a stylized and a methodical way of image development to build up ...more
Roberta Murray is a multi-discipline artist working in painting, drawing, and photography. She is a ...more
Blaine Rancourt expresses a unique visual banquet of evocative form and metaphoric texture. His intuitive ...more
Jane is a landscape painter who is influenced by international settings from South Africa, Europe ...more
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A group exhibition including 35 members with paintings in a variety of media..
Saturday and Sunday, March 4 & 5, 2017 is a full weekend when..
Fusion Art is pleased to announce it is now accepting submissions for its..
Looking for a portrait or figurative artist to show along side another artist..
Since 2008, the Art in the Park program has provided artists with special..
The program is open to artists working in all art forms: visual, literary,..
16th Annual Auction Night & Soiree
Haldimand Art Works is pleased to host the..
WHEN: February 23-April 25
Opening: February 23, 7-9pm, remarks at 8pm
ACCESS: Events associated with..
“In 2010, Claude Lanzmann's film, The Karski Report, was released. It is comprised..
Arte Ponte Gallery invites artists to send in their proposals for an exhibition..
Queen Gallery is seeking submissions for our upcoming group show, NOROUZ to celebrate..
As an experimental ceramic artist, Christopher Reid Flock’s work is profoundly influenced by..
The photographs that constitute George Webber’s extraordinary thirty-five year photographic journey of the..
The paintings of Back in the Eastside were created with the intention of..
Arnica ARC invites its Members to submit up to 2-3 artworks in any..
Exhibit runs February 23-April 25, 2017. Exhibition Opening: February 23, 7-9pm, remarks at..
ACUA Gallery presents REGENERATION, a group show of artists with Ukrainian heritage. ACUA..
We are recruiting for the fifth cohort of the Master of Management in..
ACUA presents Eva Tomiuk in an exhibition of her extraordinary pysanky and embroidery...
OPEN THEME | Center Forward
Center Forward is our 8th annual open themed..
125 works from around the world - paintings, photographs, installations, videos, digital works,..
Numbers are used to quantify, rank, prioritize, calculate, and measure. Depending on their..
Returning to their meditative pen drawing practice, the Broadbent Sisters have formed hypnotic..
Fusion Art invites submissions for its first annual Colors online juried art exhibition..
Artisan Market will be taking place in the Dundas Driving Park on Sunday,..
Call for Submissions 2018 – Main Gallery
The Alternator accepts exhibition proposals from artists..
3rd Annual Art Victoria NOW 2017
The Community Arts Council of Greater Victoria is..
All Black & White photography eligible for submission. All genres, subjects, capture types..
Back by popular demand, The Dufferin County Museum & Archives is hosting a..
The Okotoks Art Gallery is now accepting submissions for consideration for the 2018..
150 MY CANADA ART SHOW
JUNE 26 TO AUGUST 7, 2017
The Old School..
Programmed Art Residency
Prince Edward County, Ontario, Canada
Program Dates: August 20-30, 2017
5th Traveling Exhibition Call
NEW YORK // PARIS // VANCOUVER // THESSALONIKI
ACUA presents Char Vanderhorst and Sophia Podryhula Shaw in a joint show exhibiting..
Bliss is a state of joy. Joy can be fed by..
Contemporary Realism Group Exhibition Montreal, Quebec
Montreal's Firt Gallery dedicated to Contemporary Realism.
Dear Art Square Friends;
Following our 3 successful group shows in 2016, we are..
James Middleton SCA PSC, will be teaching two 5-day plein air painting workshop..
"Canadianisms: A Half Decade Inspired by Canada" by Brandy Saturley
January 6 - Febrary..
Canadian International Art Exhibition is one of the largest Art Exhibition in the..
Break out and elevate your artist career! Gain exposure on the international stage!..
Open to international artists.
We are looking for art pieces that contain bright..
In celebration of the 150th anniversary of Canada, and as part of the..
Look Show 2017
TBC - 636 Fort Street
March 25 - April 15
The 18th Annual..
The Salt Spring National Art Prize (SSNAP) Announces the 2017 Call For Artist..
LandMarks2017/Repères2017 to be a pan-Canadian
Signature Project through Canada 150 Fund, A series of..
An imperfect resolution to the problem of images being taken from artist and gallery sites has been reached. more...
The production of Canadian war art was officially started in 1916, with the creation of the Canadian War Memorial Fund. Artists, often already serving with Canadian forces during the First World War, would record over 800 paintings more...
Recently, I attended a Graphic Designer's of Canada (GDC) Conference in Saskatoon - Frontiers 2005, which included a show of work by the attending designers from Saskatchewan. The three presenters judged the show the previous day. The format was simple fo more...
Haren Vakil is a Victoria artist who was born in Bombay - now officially known as Mumbai. One of four children, he was “the oddball. I used to draw all over the house,” he told me. His parents brought in a private teacher for him when he was 7 years old, more...
The people of Tibet live in the high barren land of the Himalayas, where trade routes from Persia, India, China and Russia cross. The people grafted a rich strain of Buddhism to their own elaborate animism in about the 8th century CE. more...
Eva Campbell is a talented artist in the midst of her career. In the thirteen years sinced she immigrated to Victoria from Ghana, she has created a body of paintings which allow us to share the inner thoughts. This extensive exhibition reveals... more...
For about 250 years - from Queen Elizabeth to Queen Victoria - Japan was virtually closed to the outside world. Then, in 1853, Commodore Perry of the United States sailed into Tokyo Bay with four awe-inspiring “black ships” and forced Japan to sign... more...
In 1972 I was living in Toronto, studying Fine Art at York University. One day a visiting artist named Dana Atchely arrived at school with his Ace Space Show. He had the words “Space is the Connector of All Things” tooled into his fancy leather belt. more...
Victoria’s architecture is part of its charm. Full length studies of Francis Rattenbury and Samuel Maclure have assured those architects a proper place in the public memory. With the publication of a new book by Rosemary James Cross about her father, P. L more...
Laura Harris, born in Sidney and now of Cadboro Bay, is having a show (with Ray Ward at the Main Street Gallery). There is a joyous sense of homecoming for this young and popular painter, who is the daughter of Heather and Cliff Burrows of Sidney. more...
One such evening in the mid 70’s, after two hours of uproarious conversation, I found myself sitting on the bottom step beside Pat Martin Bates. It was perhaps our first meeting, but we both agreed - we’d known each other for a long time. more...
Joseph Kyle died in Victoria March 16, 2005. A Memorial service for him will be held at 2.30, Tuesday April 5, at the Interfaith Chapel at the University of Victoria. more...
The sculptor unwound the plastic wrap which keeps his clay moist, revealing a life-sized man, confidently stepping onto the emigrant ship. His piercing gaze is fixed on the future. Behind him, in high relief, his wife and children are wrung with the pain more...
Honda grew up in the Japanese countryside and then lived in the city of Osaka. Thus, a mix of nature and technology comes naturally to her. She reminded me that technology is created by humans, and humans are part of nature. “There is no borderline,” she more...
“Each time we act in service of our sacred intention, each time we align our energies and our actions with what we most truly love, we gain in personal power and ability, the path before us becomes clearer, and the help and allies we need come to us.” more...
On the fourth floor of what we have learned to call The Bay Centre, Canada’s oldest commercial venture has installed an art gallery and historical display. On a recent visit Laurie Mackie, the very knowledgeable interpreter on hand, introduced me to the c more...
Bunzo Nakanishi died of a stroke in his home in Kyoto on November 22, 2004. He was 82 years old. Nakanishi is fondly remembered by many artists here. Through his annual visits to the city, even up to the year of his death, Nakanishi formed many firm frien more...
Michael Lewis was brought up on the Sunday funnies - the colour comics that come in the weekend newspapers. He was a child in the early 1950’s when those weekly cartoons evolved into comic books and films and television programs, but it was those he more...
When I was introduced to Steve Dickerson last week, I asked “why haven’t we met before?”. He’s a professional artist, with a studio in my neighbourhood for almost fifteen years. His highly detailed pictures aren’t available a more...
'They’re exactly the same!' On a recent visit to the Pompidou Centre in Paris, I saw lots of drawings and sketches from the famed Surrealists - Max Ernst, Francis Picabia, Joan Miro. The little homemade books that Victoria’s Andrew Dick was sh more...
I’ve given up watching television. Instead, I’m reading Finnegans Wake by James Joyce. Joyce’s Ulysses is considered the most important novel of the 20th century. For years it was incomprehensible to me, until I read it aloud... more...
Neil MacCormick recently sent me an invitation to an exhibition of his paintings (until January 15, 2005) at the O. K. Harris Gallery in New York City. That gallery is the fountainhead of photo-realist art. Many of his paintings represent Victoria... more...
Since then I have learned that there is more to art than a fine finish and a pretty face. But painting remains more visual magic than theory, and I have continued to admire Tissot. At the moment one of his fine canvases is on show in Victoria. more...