The seven winning works of the 2017 Salt Spring National Art Prize will travel to Vancouver for an exhibition at the prestigious Bau-Xi Gallery. The exhibition – in the front upper gallery room – opens on Saturday November 4th, and runs until Saturday November 18th. It runs concurrently with an exhibition of Sylvia Tait’s new abstract paintings on the main …
The three winners of the inaugural Parallel Art Show have been announced: First place – Karin Millson, ‘Memory Hive’ Second place – Martin Herbert, ‘A five second vignette of Il Redentore and the Giudecca Canal’ Third place – Donna Hall, ‘Destiny’s Fracture’ The awards were proudly sponsored by Michael Whitfield. Congratulations to the winners, and thank you to all fifty …
The Salt Spring National Art Prize announces the 2017 award winners. Read the article here Oct 22, 2017
The Salt Spring Exchange previews The Creativity Panel.
The Gulf Islands Driftwood reports on the first Parallel Art Show. Read the article here.
Elizabeth Nolan from the Gulf Islands Driftwood is impressed with the 2017 SSNAP exhibition. Read the article here.
The Gulf Islands Driftwood is looking ahead to the opening of the 2017 Salt Spring National Art Prize exhibition. Read the article here.
Aqua magazine has a feature about the six Salt Spring Island artists who are 2017 SSNAP finalists. Read the full article. September 6, 2017
The September/October 2017 edition of Preview magazine is looking ahead to the opening of the 2017 Salt Spring National Art Prize Finalists’ Exhibition. Read the full article. September 8, 2017
The Salt Spring Arts Council (SSAC) have announced the names of the artists accepted for the second year of its Artist in Residence (AiR) Program on Salt Spring Island, British Columbia. Read the full news release. September 7, 2017