Nov. 2 - Nov. 26
Students from ASIA North Poplar and ASIA Sumas aged Kindergarten, Grade 5 and Grade 11 exhibited work reflecting how they see the upcoming 2020 year. The students also performed a jazz segment to accompany their work during the opening reception.
A Little Bit of Abstract
Oct. 5 - Oct. 26
The October exhibition at the Kariton Art Gallery and Boutique, entitled
A Little Bit of Abstract, is a colourful and textured collection of artworks by Fraser Valley Water Media Society.
Sept 7 - Oct 1
A colourful collection of works by four Fraser Valley artists;
Beth Stewart, Meghan Spence, Tara Faulks and Erin Caskey.
50% of the proceeds go to the artist, and 50% goes to the Abbotsford Arts Council, to fund year-round arts and culture initiatives.
June 29th to July 30th
This exhibition is an opportunity to raise funds for the programs initiated by the Abbotsford Arts Council that support arts in our community.
All pieces are priced at only $100. Half of the proceeds go directly to the artist, and the other half stays with the Abbotsford Arts Council to help fund A.A.C. programs such as free community events, exhibition space, arts initiatives, and more.
A special thank you from the Abbotsford Arts Council to all that participated. To reveal which artists painted all the wonderful pieces we received click here.
July 18th and July 20th
Simultaneity: Pop-Up Exhibit + Art Market featured a display of art in a range of diverse aesthetics, creative practices, and mediums submitted by members of the Lower Mainland who self-identify as part of LGBTQ 2S+ and allied community who experience, or their art expresses, interesectionality.
Indigenous Awareness Art Exhibition
June 1st - June 25th
The Abbotsford Arts Council is honored to present the Indigenous Awareness Art Exhibition, an opportunity for the community to learn about Indigenous Arts, Culture, History, and Traditions.
This exhibition was curated in collaboration with:
Cedar, Sage & Sweetgrass
Indigenous Arts Group
Image: Grandfather Sun - Andrew Drexel
The Art of Seeing
EVOLUTION / DEVOLUTION?
From the Victorian Age and Industrial Revolution
to the Computer Age and Digital Revolution
April 6th - 30th
Women in Art
Mar 9th - Apr 2nd
This is Us
Sikh Pioneers in Canada
Nov 24th - Dec 18th
The Gurmat Center youth impress with their beautiful paintings that they worked hard on as they built their artistic skills all summer long.
For more information please visit the Gurmat Center.
Oct. 20 - Nov. 20, 2018
The Fraser Valley Watermedia Society's Autumn Mosaic featured a wide range of water media paintings done by various local artists.
To learn about the Fraser Valley Water Media society please see FVWS.
Image "Loon Lake Lodge" David Tickner
Graffiti Flags and Money Games
Sept. 15 - Oct 12, 2018
Christopher Friesen’s Graffiti Flags and Money Games, an exhibit that explores the evolution of currency, from gold to paper bills to the many cryptocurrencies that exist today.
Read Chris' full artist statement here.