Wylie’s last big round-up of new works starts June 16 at the Birthplace of B.C. Gallery
Alan Wylie’s 75th solo show marks a career highlight and coincides with his 75th birthday. The show opens on Sunday June 16, 2013 (Noon to 4 pm) at the Birthplace of B.C. Gallery in Fort Langley. Wylie has pulled out all the stops for what may well be his last solo exhibition. The 30 piece show includes works in oil, watercolour and acrylic and covers the full range of Wylie’s signature subject matters from frosty country mornings and dusty workshops to rodeo action and Glasgow trams. The show continues through the month of July.
International award-winning artist, Alan Wylie marks a career highlight at the Birthplace of B.C. Gallery
Read all about it at maydayfortlangley.com.
May Day Parade on Monday May 20, 2013 at 11 AM in Fort Langley
Jack Turpin is painting the town in Fort Langley at the Birthplace of B.C. Gallery. From Country Lane Antiques to the CN Station and back to Coulter Berry and Frontier Hardware.
Jack Turpin is painting the town and now showing at the Birthplace of B.C. Gallery
New cat sculpture by Margo Harrison pleases local art critics
Birthplace of B.C. Gallery artist, Margo Harrison, makes sure that all her sculptures of cats are as life-like as possible. Her recent completion of a commissioned work, Theo, is shown here getting a close inspection by Cleo and Chloe. According to the two experts, Margo’s newest creation is just purr-fect. See more of Margo Harrison’s art work by clicking here.
Coming Soon: Amanda Jones joins Perry Haddock and Jack Turpin for an art show threesome
Wait ’til you see what three of the artists are up to next at the Birthplace of B.C. Gallery! Absolutely stunning new work by Jack Turpin
, Perry Haddock
and Amanda Jones
. Collectors call Brenda now for information about the special sneak preview evening coming up soon 604 882-1191 (or email Brenda at email@example.com).
RICHARD BRODEUR. Into the Night. Acrylic 16×20
The annual “Art on Ice” Show will be in full action starting this weekend with new paintings by hockey legend, King Richard Brodeur. Inspired by his childhood memories of backyard hockey, he couldn’t resist putting himself back in goal for his painting, “Into the Night”. The show opens Saturday March 23 at the Birthplace of B.C. Gallery in Fort Langley. Visit with King Richard on Saturday or Sunday (Noon to 4 pm). The show continues to April 10, 2013.
Congratulations to Dianna Ponting! The BC Wildlife Federation has chosen Dianna Ponting as their 2013 Artist of the Year for her painting of a trio of raccoons, “Masked Musketeers”. The “Artist of the Year” program was established by the BCWF to honour artists whose work exhibits the beauty of BC’s fish, wildlife and habitats. As British Columbia’s oldest and largest conservation organization, the BCWF has over 40,000 members passionately committed to protecting, enhancing and promoting the wise use of the environment for the benefit of present and future generations.