Getting Somewhere by Deb DeJong, is one of many railway themed artworks on display at the 100 Years On Track show at the Fort Gallery.

Getting Somewhere by Deb DeJong, is one of many railway themed artworks on display at the 100 Years On Track show at the Fort Gallery.

100 years on track

The 100 Years on Track exhibit will be at the Fort Gallery July 15 to Aug. 3.

In 1915 the iconic CN Station was built in Fort Langley, and now 100 years later, a group of local artists are celebrating that history.

The 100 Years on Track exhibit, held at the Fort Gallery from July 15 to Aug. 3, has a variety of artwork on the theme of railways and railway culture.

Juried by artist Gillian Arnitage and TWU associate professor Dr. Eric Grimm, the show features work by Deb DeJong, Barbara Ferris, Vladimir Kostka, Kristin Krimmel, Barbara Adrienne Moore, Joy Munt, Chantal New, Jim Unger and Rosemary Wallace.

As a contemporary gallery, there is a variety of art that includes photography and three-dimensional pieces.

The Fort Gallery is open from noon to 5 p.m., Wednesday to Sunday at 9048 Glover Rd.

For more info, visit www.fortgallery.ca.