2011 Exhibitions

Pamela Holl Hunt : Abstract

November 3 – December 12, 2011

Impressionist Pamela Holl Hunt works in oil to explore spatial depth as form and colour influenced by the art & art history studies in Europe.

Frank Proctor

November 1 – November 15, 2011

Presented in the Eve Smart Gallery, the works of the late Frank Proctor, a respected Mission nature artist and World War II veteran.

This show was sponsored by the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 109, Gibsons.


September 29 – October 31, 2011

This show captured scenes in watercolour on a LARGE scale by painter Larissa Hsia.

Mel Kero : 1925 – 1998

September 29 – October 31, 2011

On loan from Sunshine Coast Museum & Archives: 32 original watercolour paintings + 2 self-portraits, generously donated to the museum by Eva Kero in 2006.

The exhibits are sponsored jointly by the members of the Gibsons Public Art Gallery and by the Sunshine Coast Museum & Archives

stained glass art, GPAG, Gibsons Public Art Gallery, Sunshine Coast art gallery, Sechelt

A Happy Hour: Susan Furze, Jan Poynter, Coralie Swaney

August 18 – September 26, 2011

In “A Happy Hour” three multimedia artists Susan Furze, Jan Poynter, Coralie Swaney share their favourite “hours” and those of their friends. It can be sailing, reading, gardening, dancing or ………? Perhaps your “happy hour” is included in these wonderful works of art.

Sponsors: Dr. Donald Bland & Mary Findlay

Suzy Naylor : The Life and Times of Dy(e)ing Leaves

August 18 – September 26, 2011

In the Harbour View Room,Roberts Creek artist Suzy Naylor offers paintings which explore leaves, being dyed by “dying”.

Megan Dulcie Dill : Salmon Cycles: New Works, 2011

July 14 – August 16, 2011

Artist Megan Dulcie Dill’s current work deals with impermanence and change.
“Salmon Cycles shows the dissolving images of fish swimming back and forth on their journey to local rivers. The ecological, economic and cultural significance of their annual returns is changing.”

sculpture, GPAG, Gibsons Public Art Gallery, Sunshine Coast art gallery, Sechelt

Stone Tides & Haiku : Ian Hooley & Hilary Stephens

June 9 – July 12, 2011

Stone sculptures by Ian Hooley & interpretive landscape photographs by Hilary Stephens capture the ocean’s deep interplay of light and wind. The works were displayed in both the Main Gallery and the Harbour View Room.

Altered: Angela Somerset, Sandy Buck, Danielle Arsenault, Natalie Grambow, Shiloh Sukkau

May 5 – June 6, 2011

Five artists exploring the intersection of Art and Motherhood.

Sarah Lipi : The Pure Love

March 1 – March 31, 2011

In the Harbour View Room
Sarah Lipi presents photographs and digital works.

contemporary portrait photography, art photography, GPAG, Gibsons Public Art Gallery, Sunshine Coast art gallery, Sechelt

Paul Clancy : Point/Counterpoint

March 31 – May 2, 2011

This exhibition included DVD programs and framed photography. The focus of the work is Paul’s personal view of women. Sechelt photographer Paul Clancy has previously shown his work at GPAG in “The Art of the Digital” exhibition.

We thank the Sponsor of this Exhibition – Casey’s Country Gardens, Sechelt, BC.

Living Earth: Linda Frimer

March 31 – May 2, 2011

Vancouver’s Linda Frimer presented her work in the Harbour View Room. The exhibitions showed vibrant works in oils and watercolor.

Shout Out 2 Young People’s Show

March 7 – March 28, 2011

This popular Young People’s Art Show highlighted the works of emerging young talents in all media, with each young artist allowed 3 submissions.

Thanks to our Sponsors:
Kidzsmart Concepts
Merchants of Sunnycrest Mall
Dr. A. Mackenzie Inc.
Plus additional support from Tanglewood Studio, art supplies & framing.

Emmanuel “Noli” Samaras : Celebrating Human Ingenuity in Electronics & Plastics

March 7 – March 28, 2011

In the Harbour View Room, Noli Samaras presented his enchanting and intriguing resin pieces.

Cheering the Goddess: Katie Janyk

January 27 – February 28, 2011

The Goddess: Centuries-old embodiment of abundance, fertility, nurturing, protection, wisdom, regeneration and life-giving waters. Katie’s recent large ceramic panels are a testament to our view of the Goddess, from prehistory to the present.

Dean Van’t Schip

January 27 – February 27, 2011

In Harbour View Room, photographs by noted Roberts Creek Photographer.

Visions of Home

January, 2011

Group show of artists depicting images of home in many mediums.

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