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Walnut Grove Secondary Student Anna Pyper’s artwork is a self portrait that focuses on the effects of the pandemic on pizza boxes with their most missed memory of before COVID painted on the inside. (Special to The Star)

Langley students tackle masks and pre-COVID memories with pizza box art project

West Fine Art Show showcasing art class photography, paintings and sculptures until April 30

 

President of the West Coast Fine Arts Show, Brian Croft, said pandemic restrictions necessitated a shift to an entirely online event this year, running until April 30. (File photo)

The West Fine Art Show shifts to an online-only event amid tighter health orders

Website version retains the flavour of the annual live exhibition

 

Organizer Brian Croft attends an earlier edition of the West Fine Art Show in pre-COVID times. (File photo)

West Fine Art Show returns for 11th year, with pandemic protocols in place

Langley show features artists of local and regional interest

 

Laura Rosengren is one of three artists preparing a motherhood-based exhibition at the Fort Gallery later this month. This painting is entitled “Director.” (Special to Langley Advance Times)

Trio of artists prepare to tackle motherhood in upcoming exhibit

Next exhibit for Fort Gallery, in the village of Fort Langley, is called Comforter

  • Apr 4, 2021
Laura Rosengren is one of three artists preparing a motherhood-based exhibition at the Fort Gallery later this month. This painting is entitled “Director.” (Special to Langley Advance Times)
Fort Langley Artist Group members are exhibiting works in the show called <em>Spring</em>. (Special to The Star)

Fort Langley Artist Group capitalize on sunny weather with new gallery

Spring virtual show explores blooming landscapes, which can be seen online now until May 8

Fort Langley Artist Group members are exhibiting works in the show called <em>Spring</em>. (Special to The Star)
President of the West Coast Fine Arts Show Brian Croft at the last exhibition in September. (Aldergrove Star files)

West Fine Art’s spring show pivots to virtual gallery for first time ever

Exhibition, which raises funds for hungry children, was initially going to be at Aldergrove winery

President of the West Coast Fine Arts Show Brian Croft at the last exhibition in September. (Aldergrove Star files)
Vancouver-based artist Neil Peter Dyck’s work is on display at Fort Gallery during spring 2021. (Special to The Star)

Vancouver artist’s ‘recent paintings and drawings’ on display at Fort Langley gallery

Neil Peter Dyck exhibit works are ‘a combination of cabin fever, imagination and resourcefulness’

Vancouver-based artist Neil Peter Dyck’s work is on display at Fort Gallery during spring 2021. (Special to The Star)
Ursula Bolivar’s watercolour Woodland Path is part of Fort Langley Artist Group’s Winter Solstice gallery online. (Ursula Bolivar/Special to The Star)

Fort Langley Artist Group capitalizes on chilly weather with new gallery

Winter Solstice explores natural landscapes, which can be seen online until Feb. 28

Ursula Bolivar’s watercolour Woodland Path is part of Fort Langley Artist Group’s Winter Solstice gallery online. (Ursula Bolivar/Special to The Star)
Joyce Trygg (Black Press Media files)

Langley Arts Council members raise funds and enter new galleries

A portion of sales from Joyce Trygg’s work will go to David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust in Africa

Joyce Trygg (Black Press Media files)
First Place winner of the Celebrating Creativity show was Lynn C.Sykes for “Spring Magnolias,” which will be on display at Aldergrove Kinsmen Community Centre, Feb. 19 to March 31. (Special to The Star)

PHOTOS: Celebrating Creativity in Aldergrove

Federation of Canadian Artists to showcase paintings at Kinsmen Community Centre starting Feb. 19th

First Place winner of the Celebrating Creativity show was Lynn C.Sykes for “Spring Magnolias,” which will be on display at Aldergrove Kinsmen Community Centre, Feb. 19 to March 31. (Special to The Star)
’Another Day’ by Rich Vigurs is part of the Langley Arts Council’s 2020 Photo Exhibition. (Rich Vigurs/Special to The Star)

Langley Arts Council asking people to look back and move forward with new exhibition

Artists, writers, actors, and dancers are all invited to submit to upcoming brick and mortar gallery

’Another Day’ by Rich Vigurs is part of the Langley Arts Council’s 2020 Photo Exhibition. (Rich Vigurs/Special to The Star)
A view of the “Imagine Van Gogh” art exhibit coming to Vancouver this spring. (submitted photo)

‘Imagine Van Gogh’ art show coming to Vancouver with ‘exceptional COVID-19 measures’

February start for ‘immersive concept’ touring exhibition of Dutch master’s works

A view of the “Imagine Van Gogh” art exhibit coming to Vancouver this spring. (submitted photo)
Gabrielle Strauss is one of the local artists taking part in the Langley Art Council’s Incognito exhibition. (Gabrielle Strauss/Special to the Aldergrove Star)

UPDATE: ‘Truly affordable little gems’ up for sale at Langley Arts Council exhibition

Opening reception was cancelled due to new COVID restrictions, but art can still be purchased online

Gabrielle Strauss is one of the local artists taking part in the Langley Art Council’s Incognito exhibition. (Gabrielle Strauss/Special to the Aldergrove Star)
Fort Langley Artists Group has its last show on display now, online. (Special to Langley Advance Times)

Fort Langley artists extend traditional season on virtual gallery

Group’s latest exhibition is a seasonally themed show called Autumn Bounty

Fort Langley Artists Group has its last show on display now, online. (Special to Langley Advance Times)
Artist Jodie Blaney will take part in West Fine Art Show. (Jeff Wallace/Special to the Langley Advance Times)

Canadian landscapes showcased at charity art show to help Langley Hospice

West Fine Arts Show returns with 18 participants on Sept. 18 to 20 at Glass House Estate Winery

Artist Jodie Blaney will take part in West Fine Art Show. (Jeff Wallace/Special to the Langley Advance Times)
Fort Langley Artists Group showcases art virtually to help hospice

Fort Langley Artists Group showcases art virtually to help hospice

Fifty per cent of painting proceeds will be donated to Langley Hospice Society

Fort Langley Artists Group showcases art virtually to help hospice
The artwork of Richard Bond is on display the the Fort Gallery, signifying its re-opening after coronavirus closures. (Richard Bond/Special to the Langley Advance Times)

Fort Gallery re-opens part time to public with exhibition of artist Richard Bond’s work

Fraser Prospect continues Fraser River themed project that the gallery began in January

The artwork of Richard Bond is on display the the Fort Gallery, signifying its re-opening after coronavirus closures. (Richard Bond/Special to the Langley Advance Times)
Fort Langley artists kick off season with a ‘virtual menagerie’

Fort Langley artists kick off season with a ‘virtual menagerie’

Flagstop Gallery in the historic CN station isn’t open yet, but the artists are hosting a show online

  • May 18, 2020
Fort Langley artists kick off season with a ‘virtual menagerie’
Kat Siemens, Marilyn Dyer, and Susan Falk have their work displayed at Better Nudes and Gardens art and vintage display, and invite guests to come check it out while having a cup of tea. (Susan Falk/Special to the Langley Advance Times)

“Better nudes” artist asks for better gallery space in Langley

Susan Falk is presenting her art work at Landmark Pop-Uptown Gallery in White Rock, March 4 to 28

Kat Siemens, Marilyn Dyer, and Susan Falk have their work displayed at Better Nudes and Gardens art and vintage display, and invite guests to come check it out while having a cup of tea. (Susan Falk/Special to the Langley Advance Times)
Art lovers filled the Fort Gallery for the Traces Juried reception on May 30th. (Margaret Campbell/Special to the Langley Advance Times)

Langley’s Fort Gallery explores the abstract in new exhibition

Traces Juried, The Fort Gallery’s newest exhibition, features abstract work from local photographers.

Art lovers filled the Fort Gallery for the Traces Juried reception on May 30th. (Margaret Campbell/Special to the Langley Advance Times)