Exhibitions & Press


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ADDRESS

September 21 – 23 2018, 10am - 6pm daily
Settlement Building, 397 Alexander Street, Vancouver

Salon artist at ADDRESS, a part-gallery, part-pop-up shop, and part-showroom event, produced by Kate Duncan, a Vancouver-based furniture designer/maker and curated by interior designer Amber Kingsnorth from Māk Interiors. ADDRESS is an unprecedented platform to showcase art and design from some of North America’s most elite designer/makers. It’s “become a go-to for designophiles to spot up-and-coming and established talent in the city” (Western Living Magazine) and it’s not to be missed!


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Featured Artist: Chickpea

September 1 – 30 2018
Chickpea, 4298 Main Street, Vancouver

Solo exhibition featuring a selection of work, including pieces from the Planetary Play series. 10% of the purchase price for pieces sold during this exhibit will be donated to SAINTS, Senior Animals In Need Today Society, an end-of-life sanctuary for senior and special needs animals that provides a special place for them to be loved, cherished, and receive proper medical care for the rest of their days.


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Bright Lights: Start with Art

Author / Photographer: Cindy Goodman • Published May 4, 2018

Highlights from the opening reception of the Start with Art exhibition at the Seymour Art Gallery. Published in the May 4, 2018 edition of the North Shore News and online.


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Friend or Foe

May 2 – June 11, 2018
Kafka’s Coffee & Tea, 2525 Main Street (at Broadway), Vancouver

Opening Reception: Thursday, May 3 • 8pm - 11pm
ROVE: A Mount Pleasant Art Walk: Friday, May 25 • 6pm - 10pm

An exhibit of new works by 16 local female artists, all members of THRIVE, a network of women artists supporting one another. Exhibit curated by Michael Schwartz.


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Start with Art

April 21 – June 2, 2018
Seymour Art Gallery, 4360 Gallant Avenue (at Panorama Drive), North Vancouver

Opening Reception: Sunday, April 22 • 2pm - 4pm

Seymour Art Gallery's annual group exhibition with the noble goal of having kids start a collection of original artwork. The artwork is displayed at “kids eye-view”, with both a regular price list for adult collectors and a special price list for kids aged 16 and younger.


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Suspended in a Sunbeam

March 23 – April 30, 2018
Kafka’s Coffee & Tea, 2525 Main Street (at Broadway), Vancouver

Opening Reception: Friday, March 23 • 8pm - 11pm

Solo exhibition featuring recent sculptural and watercolour collage works.


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Cutting

December 4 – 27, 2017
Off the Rail Brewing Co., Vancouver

Group exhibition featuring the work of Crissy Arseneau, Tara Galuska, and Antony Rolland. Curated and presented by Tallie Thompson.


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SAD Showcase: Collage

Author: Alice Clair • Published August 31, 2017

Blog post on SadMag.com highlighting the work of Vancouver artists Aimée Henny Brown, Crissy Arseneau, Aurora Caher, and Chanda Stallman.


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Watercolour Works

August – October 2017
Coup Salon, Vancouver

Solo exhibition featuring a selection of work from the Planetary Play and Watercolour Collage series.


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CANADA 150 Art Show

June 17 – July 15, 2017
Kimoto Gallery, Vancouver

Group exhibition featuring work by Kimoto Gallery artists and THRIVE Mastermind members.


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THRIVE at ROVEYVR

May 26, 2017
THRIVE Art Studio, Vancouver

Group exhibition featuring the work of THRIVE Mastermind members Megan Anderson, Crissy Arseneau, Deborah BakosLaara CermanNomi Chi Jen ClarkMelanie ElleryTara GaluskaJoanne HastieSandeep JohalCindy-Wynne KoldingApril LaucherErica PangDesirée PattersonLori PopadiukShari PrattSarah RonaldCharlotte SpaffordJamie Smith, and Laurel Swenson, all using the common theme of plants as a focus for the works exhibited.