Upcoming Events

ROVE

Mount Pleasant area of Vancouver, 6pm – 10pm May 25th (one night only!)

Kafka’s Coffee House is one of the many locations participating in this year’s ROVE art walk. This one night event is not to be missed!

Losing Home, Finding Hope

The Fort Gallery

9048 Glover Road, Fort Langley, BC V1M2S1, 604-888-7411

May 30 – June 24, 2018, reception Thursday June 7, 7pm – 9pm

From the forced migration of political refugees, to wildlife losing habitat due to human activity, The Fort Gallery’s 2018 juried exhibition invites submission on themes of loss of home and inquires into possibilities of creating a sense of hope. I am thrilled to have had two pieces selected for inclusion in this group exhibition.

Start with Art 

Seymour Art Gallery

4360 Gallant Ave, North Vancouver, BC 604.924.1378, info@seymourartgallery.com

April 21 – June 2, 2018

This will be my 5th year participating in this fantastic annual exhibition! This truly unique show focuses on encouraging young people to appreciate, collect, and curate their own art collection – with a special price list just for kids 16 and younger! Exhibiting artists also offer advice for budding artists and frequently spark the idea in kids that one day their work could be shown in a gallery, too.

Artists: Kristian Adam, Crissy Arseneau, Amelia Butcher, Sarah Clement, Shima Itabashi, Sandeep Johal, Anne Love, Ron Love, Megan Majewski, Liane McLaren, Meghan Parker, Tessa Reed, Robin Reid, Sarah Ronald, Bronwyn Schuster, M. A. Tateishi, and Kate Whitehead

Friend or Foe

Kafka’s Coffee House

2525 Main Street, Vancouver, BC, V5T 3E5, 604-569-2967

May 3 – June 12, 2018

A juried group exhibit of Thrive Mastermind artists, I am so exciting to be included in the exhibit and thrilled to be sharing my Running Coyote piece in Vancouver for the first time. I’ll be at the opening reception and also around during ROVE on May 25th (ROVE info here), Kafka’s is one of the locations participating in this annual art event.

Artists: Crissy Arseneau, Paula Barrantes, Aurora Caher, Carmen Chan, Jennifer Clark, Suzanne Goodwin, Christina James, Sandeep Johal, Laura Klassen, Kari Kristensen, Jana Rayne MacDonald, Annie Robinson, Sarah Ronald, Rosie Schinners, Kindsay Schroeder, Amy Stewart

Earls Ambleside Beach

Re-opened in May 2018 I am so proud to have one of my pieces selected for their permanent Women in Art wall featuring select Thrive artists. If you find yourself in west Vancouver make sure to stop by for a bite and to sit by the Thrive wall!

 

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