The Ranger Station Art Gallery features BC artist m. a. tateishi this month, a Vancouver-based painter who uses layering, transparency and vivid colour to explore ideas of time and memory.  Join us at the gallery to view these exciting large scale, mixed media works until October 1, 2014.

See more of m. a. tateishi’s work at www.matart.ca

The Ranger Station Art Gallery features BC artist m. a. tateishi this month, a Vancouver-based painter who uses layering, transparency and vivid colour to explore ideas of time and memory.  Join us at the gallery to view these exciting large scale, mixed media works until October 1, 2014.

See more of m. a. tateishi’s work at www.matart.ca

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KHAC at the Agassiz Farmers Market

This summer, the Kent Harrison Arts Council participated in the Agassiz Farmers Market! Armed with paint and glitter, we made lots of different crafts with the kids including pasta necklaces, personalized greeting cards, and masquerade masks. We are already looking forward to next summer’s activities. 

For more pictures, visit our Facebook page here

— 3 weeks ago
#farmers market  #kids  #crafts  #vendor  #booth  #kent harrison arts council  #ranger station art gallery  #agassiz  #harrison hot springs 
JOHNNY BEACH Wild Earth Portfolio, a Solo Exhibition

This month at the Ranger Station, Johnny Beach gives us an inside look at his portfolio, exhibiting a variety of colourful wildlife and landscape photographs. For more pictures, visit his website here

August 2 - September 2, 2014

Opening Reception Saturday August 2, 2-4 pm

— 1 month ago
#johnny beach  #kent harrison arts council  #The Ranger Station Art Gallery  #photography  #fine art  #exhibition  #giclee  #Harrison Hot Springs 
MAE MOORE Solo Exhibition: Harrison Festival of the Arts

The Harrison Festival of the Arts is pleased to present Mae Moore at the Ranger Station Art Gallery for the month of July. The Pender Island artist is exhibiting landscape and wildlife paintings, exploring bold compositions and vivid colours.

www.maemoore.ca

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Mae Moore will also be performing at the Harrison Festival of the Arts this year:

Saturday July 19, 1 pm
Harrison Hot Springs beach

— 2 months ago
Trees and Bramble: Annual Artist in Residence Solo Exhibition

The Kent Harrison Arts Council presents TREES AND BRAMBLE, a solo exhibition by the 2013-2014 artist in residence, Anouk Jonker. Incorporating oil painting and found objects, the exhibition will feature works of art that were inspired by the local community and the old Ranger Station

For most pictures, visit our Facebook page here.

www.anoukjonker.com

— 3 months ago
#artist in residence  #anouk jonker  #khac  #Kent Harrison Arts Council  #Ranger Station Art Gallery  #trees and bramble 
Seabird Island School Group Show

From May 1 - 30, 2014, the Ranger Station Gallery is exhibiting two and three dimensional works from Seabird Island School students! Featuring masks, wood carvings, drawings and paintings, this show celebrates personal creativity, culture, community and education. 

For more pictures, visit our Facebook page here

— 4 months ago
#seabird island  #student show  #fine art  #The Ranger Station Art Gallery  #kent harrison arts council  #harrison hot springs  #kids art 
Young at Art Show

From April 5th to Friday May 2nd the Gallery is Celebrating BC Arts and Culture Week by allowing students in the nearby schools to present one piece each. On April 27th the Awards Ceremony will be held from 2pm-4pm, awards presented at 3pm so please come down and cast your vote!

— 5 months ago
Kids Christmas Craft Workshop

Early December, we had a successful craft workshop at the Ranger Station Gallery. With full attendance, we spent the afternoon making ornaments, cards, and wrapping paper! Here are a few pictures documenting the event. 

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— 8 months ago
#christmas crafts  #kids workshop  #The Ranger Station Art Gallery 
Artist in Residence Art Workshop

We had a two hour artist talk and drawing with watercolour workshop in the studio of our Artist in Residence Siobhan Humston yesterday. There were some of our regular members and we had a few new faces, too; some experienced artists and some folks who had never used watercolours or drawn from life before. 

Here’s a few photos from the fun afternoon!

Remember to check in with the website, the gallery or become a member to participate in our free art workshop series throughout the year!!

— 1 year ago
Artist in Residence Exhibition ‘Exploring Totem’

June’s exhibition, ‘Exploring Totem’ is a collection of new work by the Ranger Station Artist in Residence Siobhan Humston. She is showing paintings in acrylic and drawings in graphite and watercolour as well as a grid of forty photographs and several mixed media drawings and sculptures. 

'Exploring Totem' runs from June 2 - 27th. 

— 1 year ago
Jenny Wolpert ‘Wild & Wonderful’

May’s exhibition is a delightful gathering of paintings, photographs, ceramics and quilts from Hope, BC artist Jenny Wolpert. With over fifty works, the lover of wildlife will be in their element taking the variety of work in. 

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Ceramics & greeting cards

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Wonderful small scale photographs of indigenous birds

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A perfect exhibition for Spring, full of colour & life!

— 1 year ago
'YOUNG AT ART' Exhibition of Student Art Work

The work is up and the votes are being cast…

Join us in admiring this collection of beautiful work from students in the Kent Harrison School District. The award ceremony will be held on Sunday, April 21 at 3pm. Hope to see you here!

— 1 year ago