A painting from Suzanne Northcott’s Pondscapes collection, on display at the Fort Gallery until Nov. 15.

Fort Gallery fundraiser Nov. 13

Support the local arts on Nov. 13 at the Fort Gallery’s 10th annual Blue Plate Special.

Support the local arts on Nov. 13 at the Fort Gallery’s 10th annual Blue Plate Special.

Held at the Fort Langley Community Hall, this is the primary fundraiser for the  contemporary gallery.

Fort Langley ceramic sculptor Elaine Brewer-White will be master of ceremonies and band Lavalights will perform their blend of swing, soul, R & B and blues.

Highlights of the evening — beyond the art — include an appetizer buffet and silent auction of art pieces and other donations from community businesses.

There are a limited quantity of special $200 tickets, which entitle purchasers to an original work of art, donated by the gallery’s artists, each worth more than the price of admission.

A catalogue of these items is available at www.fortgallery.ca.

Regular $40 tickets are also available.

Tickets can be purchased at www.fortgallery.ca, by phone at 604-888-7411 in person at the Gallery, 9048 Glover Rd.

The Fort Gallery is open Wednesdays to Sundays from noon to 5 p.m.


Married Langley artists Suzanne Northcott and David Kimura have come together for their first joint-exhibit.

Titled Translations, the couple’s show features contemporary paintings from Northcott’s Pondscapes collection and  “wabi-sabi” photography, film and bronze sculptures by Kimura.

The exhibit is on display at the Fort Gallery until Nov. 15.

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