During a members meeting Lorrie Wager talks about her work that is in the exhibition ABSTRACTX2 works by Lorrie Wager and Marion-Lea Jamieson in January 2020.
Shari Pratt and CVAA members during the workshop Image Transfers with Golden products in November 2019.
Artist Talk with Sandra Aleck who gave a visual presentation on various drums; texture, sound, hides and assembling during the August 2019 members meeting.
Evelyn Zuberbier at her opening reception of ‘A Touch of Earth XII’ and at the Artist Talk during the CVAA meeting.
MAY 2019 Open Door
Works by members of Chilliwack Society for for Community Living.
OPENING RECEPTION SD33 SHOW
The Art Teachers of Chilliwack High Schools together with their students set up their annual show in the O’Connor Gallery. A big Thank You for the teachers and our CVAA coordinator Mary-Lee Merz for orchestrating this annual event again.
ARTIST TALK WITH JEFF WILSON
Jeff Wilson spoke about his work during the Chilliwack Visual Artists Assoc. monthly meeting. Jeff and Graham Dowden co-exhibited in ‘People And Places’ in March-April 2019 Click here to see to see a video his work!
ARTIST TALK WITH GRAHAM DOWDEN
Graham Dowden was in the exhibition PEOPLE and PLACES together with Jeff Wilson. Graham gave a refreshing insight in a how his photographs become ‘works of art ‘ during our Visual Artists Assoc. meeting on March 5th 2019.
ORIGAMI INSPIRED ART LIGHT UP ART GALLERY
Origami, quilts and geometry. Those are the sources of inspiration for Chilliwack artist Sylvie Roussel-Jannsens’ newest sculptures that will be on display in her solo show Whole.
The exhibition will be at the O’Connor Group Art Gallery of the Chilliwack Cultural Centre from Jan. 23 to March 2.
“Whole is a group of sculptural works made in the last three years. From installations to wall pieces and the return to illuminated sculptures, I am presenting the whole creative journey,” says Roussel-Jannsens. Read more….
ARTIST TALK WITH SYLVIE ROUSSEL-JANSSEN
Chilliwack artist Sylvie Roussel-Jannsens’ talks about her current show during a meeting of the Chilliwack Visual Artists Association.
ART COLLABORATION RAISES FUNDS FOR MENTAL HEALTH
More than $2,000 raised in support of mental health services offered in Chilliwack and Abbotsford.
EVENT MAKES AN IMPACT
An open and supportive crowd of art enthusiasts attended a Poetry Reading and Artist Talk at the O’Connor Group Gallery in Chilliwack on Saturday. The event was hosted by Communitas Supportive Care Society and the Chilliwack Visual Artists Association (CVAA) and was part of Hear and See: Poetry and Art for Mental Health, an exhibit that combines the works of 14 poets and 14 artists, each one with lived experience of mental health challenges.
At the Poetry Reading and Artist Talk, each poem was read aloud and the corresponding artist shared
about how they interpreted the poem that they were given. The poetry and art pieces are as diverse as the experiences of those who created the pieces: some contributors live with mental health challenges like eating disorders, schizoaffective disorder, or anxiety while others as friends and family members engage with the experience as they support the people they love. To read more…