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NOVEMBER 26, 4 TO 9 PM &
- NOVEMBER 27, 10 AM TO 5 PM

VINCENT & CHERYL MASSEY   
CLAY AND FIBRE
TWO DAYS ONLY


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OCTOBER 29
PHILIP BULLER   
THE COLOURFUL DARKNESS



 

The viewer of this collection, The Colourful Darkness, may initially be confounded by apparent references to religion. Philip Buller
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OCTOBER 1, 2004 - OCTOBER 24, 2004

JEAN PAUL RIOPELLE   
JEAN PAUL RIOPELLE
Guest Speaker October 1, 2004
Madames Brunet-Weinmann and Yseult Riopelle



The Elliott Louis Gallery is bringing to Vancouver an eclectic and unique exhibition of works by Montreal-born Jean Paul Riopelle (1923-2002),

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AUGUST 24, 2004 - SEPTEMBER 4, 2004

GALLERY ARTISTS SUMMER EXHIBITION
Gallery Artists & Select Historical Masters

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Gallery Artists Summer Exhibition

 



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MAY 26, 2004 - JUNE 2, 2004

GERRY DEITER   
JOHN LENNON & YOKO ONO BED-IN FOR PEACE



 

"Give Peace a Chance" commemorating John Lennon and Yoko Ono's Montreal "Bed In For Peace" - a 35th anniversary exhibit of the photographs taken by a then 35 year old Life Magazine photographer, Gerry Deiter.

It was at this event that the song "Give Peace A Chance" was composed and recorded.

The majority of these historic and culturally significant limited edition photographs have ...

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MAY 4 - MAY 22, 2004

CHRISTIAN NICOLAY   
ACTIONS OF MASS CONSTRUCTION



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actions of mass construction (ak"shenz)-(uv)-(mas)-(ken-struk"shen)   (n.)'s
1, a process of building or arranging disregarded material into something regarded, regarding the disregarded.  2, an assemblage of incongruous material that transforms into one coherent mass.  3, using an object for another purpose other than its specific function.  ...

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MAY 4
CHRISTIAN NICOLAY   
CHRITIAN NICOLAY ARTIST RECEPTION
Acts Of Mass Construction


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APRIL 10, 2004 - APRIL 29, 2004

LOUIS DE NIVERVILLE   
LOOKING FORWARD TO YESTERDAY



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Louis de Niverville's paintings stand between reality and fiction. His art reaches another plateau - a colourful, imaginative world of fantasy created with an elaborate, highly technical collage treatment. Yet he maintains simplicity throughout. This artist is able to bring out the child in the most hardened adult. However, even the very seasoned collector will remain in awe of his meticulous technique ...

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MARCH 30, 2004 - APRIL 8, 2004

ROYAL BANK    
RBC INVESTMENTS CANADIAN PAINTING COMPETITION
A Five-Year Retrospective


Each year, we join together as art lovers and patrons to celebrate the talent of emerging visual artists in Canada. Celebrating its sixth year, the Canadian Painting Competition, sponsored by RBC Investments® and in partnership with the Canadian Art Foundation, is a tribute to Canada's artistic talent. With semi-finalists selected from regions across the country, their artwork represents a significant ...

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FEBRUARY 17 - MARCH 28, 2004

JIM GISLASON   
RISING SUN BLUES



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The composition of poetry and the making of paintings are separate endeavours, each discipline making its demands. When repsected, the integrity of each affords not only cross-reference, but offers further illumination of the subject by way of form. One could say that their grammars complement one another.

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JANUARY 20 - FEBRUARY 12, 2004

NANCY BOYD   
SCANQUEST



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The title of this series of artworks says much about their nature. The term itself comes from the text on an MRI, a magnetic resonance image, taken a fews years ago of my brain. I used a hundred or more line drawings of the brain as part of a series called Resonance Imaging. Those delicate intricate and often cryptic organic forms in the drawings intrigued me. When parts of the drawings were isolated ...

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