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TWU art students are showcasing creative work at the new Jacobson Hall Emerging Artist Gallery on campus. (TWU/Special to Langley Advance Times)

Student artists turn a lounge area into a pop-up art exhibition

Two years in the making, emerging artist gallery opens in a Trinity Western University dormitory

  • Dec 15, 2021

 

FLAG artists hung their flora and fauna inspired art exhibit in the Walkway Gallery at Timms Community Centre just before Halloween. It remains in place until mid-December. (Special to Langley Advance Times)

Flora, fauna fascination flourishes for FLAG artists

Exhibition on display in Walkway Gallery at Timms Community Centre in Langley City

 

People visiting the artSpacific. (Claire Sarfeld/Special to The Star)

PHOTOS: Langley Arts Council seeing big turn out for art exhibit

The artSpacific exhibit is on until Nov. 21.

 

Aldergrove photographers can submit any style photo they prefer. (Aldergrove Star files)

Aldergrove photographers being called on for Langley Arts Council exhibition

From now until Dec. 1, local photographers can apply online.

Aldergrove photographers can submit any style photo they prefer. (Aldergrove Star files)
Art students visiting the SAMC Gallery at Trinity Western University. (TWU)

Cracks in the road inspire Langley artist

TWU alum looks at images of asphalt that has been broken and mended, like ‘scars on a body’

Art students visiting the SAMC Gallery at Trinity Western University. (TWU)
Langley Arts Council’s Incognito Exhibition in the fall of 2019. (Langley Arts Council/Special to the Star)

Langley Arts Council calls on Aldergrove artists

Incognito exhibition set to take place Nov. 26

Langley Arts Council’s Incognito Exhibition in the fall of 2019. (Langley Arts Council/Special to the Star)
Nineteen artists took part in the West Fine Art Show fall exhibition and fundraiser for the Langley Hospice Society at the Glass House Estate Winery in Aldergrove held from Friday, Sept. 17, to Sunday, Sept 19. (Dan Ferguson/Langley Advance Times)
Nineteen artists took part in the West Fine Art Show fall exhibition and fundraiser for the Langley Hospice Society at the Glass House Estate Winery in Aldergrove held from Friday, Sept. 17, to Sunday, Sept 19. (Dan Ferguson/Langley Advance Times)
Joel Libin’s pieces are currently on display at Langley Centennial Museum through the foyer art program. (Langley Centennial Museum/Special to Langley Advance Times)

Langley artists offered platform to exhibit works

A space in the foyer of Langley Centennial Museum used to showcase creative works by local artists

Joel Libin’s pieces are currently on display at Langley Centennial Museum through the foyer art program. (Langley Centennial Museum/Special to Langley Advance Times)
Adhering to COVID safety protocols, a team of Western Canadian artists are coming together in Langley mid-September for a three-day art exhibition that will benefit Langley hospice. (West Fine Art Show/Special to Langley Advance Times)

Artists come together again to benefit Langley hospice

West Fine Art Show’s September edition is back at Glass House Estate Winery in Aldergrove mid-month

Adhering to COVID safety protocols, a team of Western Canadian artists are coming together in Langley mid-September for a three-day art exhibition that will benefit Langley hospice. (West Fine Art Show/Special to Langley Advance Times)
Carpenter for 25 years, Rachel Yoder of Nelson uses her career to inspire her art. (Special to Langley Advance Times)

VIDEO: Construction worker uses tools to inspire exhibit

A Nelson woman will display her latest works at the Fort Gallery

Carpenter for 25 years, Rachel Yoder of Nelson uses her career to inspire her art. (Special to Langley Advance Times)
The enigmatic smile of da Vinci’s Mona Lisa

Timeless wonder: Leonardo da Vinci’s genius comes to life after 500 years

The Da Vinci Experience comes to Tsawassen Mills

  • Jul 12, 2021
The enigmatic smile of da Vinci’s Mona Lisa
Khim Hipol’s digital photo taken in 2019 – pre-COVID – is one of the images on exhibit at Fort Gallery. (Special to Langley Advance Times)

Art show turns spotlight on changes at home

Fort Gallery launches its annual juried show July 8 with 20 artists participating

Khim Hipol’s digital photo taken in 2019 – pre-COVID – is one of the images on exhibit at Fort Gallery. (Special to Langley Advance Times)
Hundreds of colourful umbrellas have been strung up over McBurney Plaza as part of a temporary outdoor art installation executed by the City of Langley. (Heather Colpitts/Langley Advance Times)

Umbrellas turned into downtown Langley art installation

It took two days to suspend 230 brollies overhead in McBurney Plaza

Hundreds of colourful umbrellas have been strung up over McBurney Plaza as part of a temporary outdoor art installation executed by the City of Langley. (Heather Colpitts/Langley Advance Times)
Lily Garden, a Melissa Clark painting. (Special to Langley Advance Times)

Langley artists hosts outdoor show and sale

Melissa Clark’s front garden will be transformed into an art exhibit this weekend

Lily Garden, a Melissa Clark painting. (Special to Langley Advance Times)
Fort Gallery presents Langley artist Sora Park and her show called To Glide, To Say Bye until July 4. (Special to Langley Advance Times
Fort Gallery presents Langley artist Sora Park and her show called To Glide, To Say Bye until July 4. (Special to Langley Advance Times
Artist Gabrielle Strauss’s watercolour work <em>Daisy Love</em>. (Special to The Star)

Artist group invites spectators to take a closer look

Latest Fort Langley Artist Group exhibition runs online until June 26

Artist Gabrielle Strauss’s watercolour work <em>Daisy Love</em>. (Special to The Star)
Walnut Grove Secondary Student Anna Pyper’s artwork is a self portrait that focuses on the effects of the pandemic on pizza boxes with their most missed memory of before COVID painted on the inside. (Special to The Star)

Langley students tackle masks and pre-COVID memories with pizza box art project

West Fine Art Show showcasing art class photography, paintings and sculptures until April 30

Walnut Grove Secondary Student Anna Pyper’s artwork is a self portrait that focuses on the effects of the pandemic on pizza boxes with their most missed memory of before COVID painted on the inside. (Special to The Star)
President of the West Coast Fine Arts Show, Brian Croft, said pandemic restrictions necessitated a shift to an entirely online event this year, running until April 30. (File photo)

The West Fine Art Show shifts to an online-only event amid tighter health orders

Website version retains the flavour of the annual live exhibition

President of the West Coast Fine Arts Show, Brian Croft, said pandemic restrictions necessitated a shift to an entirely online event this year, running until April 30. (File photo)
Organizer Brian Croft attends an earlier edition of the West Fine Art Show in pre-COVID times. (File photo)

West Fine Art Show returns for 11th year, with pandemic protocols in place

Langley show features artists of local and regional interest

Organizer Brian Croft attends an earlier edition of the West Fine Art Show in pre-COVID times. (File photo)
Laura Rosengren is one of three artists preparing a motherhood-based exhibition at the Fort Gallery later this month. This painting is entitled “Director.” (Special to Langley Advance Times)

Trio of artists prepare to tackle motherhood in upcoming exhibit

Next exhibit for Fort Gallery, in the village of Fort Langley, is called Comforter

  • Apr 4, 2021
Laura Rosengren is one of three artists preparing a motherhood-based exhibition at the Fort Gallery later this month. This painting is entitled “Director.” (Special to Langley Advance Times)