Current Exhibition

Where: Municipal Hall, 750 17th Street, West Vancouver

About the exhibition

Colours possess a profound ability to communicate with our souls, transcending language and tapping into primal responses deeply ingrained within us. Whether it's a single hue or a symphony of shades, colours have the power to unlock memories, evoke emotions, and envelop us in a sense of joy, comfort, and connection. 

The work of West Vancouver artist Sue Bayley embodies inspiration, hope, and the resilience to find beauty amidst darkness and offers a moment of respite and tranquility for the soul. Sue’s work delves into the intangible aspects of nature, capturing fleeting moments and enduring beauty through complex, expressive brushwork that echoes organic forms and colours. 

Current Exhibition

Opening Reception: Thursday, June 6, 6–8 p.m.
Meet the Artists: Sunday, June 9, 2–3 p.m. 
Farsi Tours: Sunday, June 16, 3–4 p.m.

Is this too frivolous? is a thought provoking exhibition featuring the works of two distinct artists, Asta Kovanen and Marlene Lowden, each offering their unique perspective on the intersections between beauty, urgency, and surrealism in the face of climate change.

Throughout history artists have worked with themes infused with beauty and inspired by nature. Asta Kovanen and Marlene Lowden continue this tradition with a shared appreciation for the natural world, inserting their unique takes on these perennial subjects into the current conversation.