As spring is approaching, and the days get brighter, there will be an opportunity to celebrate with four artists from the South Delta Artists Guild, as they display their work at Gallery 1710 in Tsawwassen.
Starting March 17, and running for two consecutive weekends, “No Grey Days” is the theme of this show. Nancy Dean, Jan Rankin, Myriam Laberge and Kathy Swift have come together to showcase their latest paintings, inspired by colour, and the richness of the season.
These four artists have shown together before, and their work has been known to draw large audiences, as each artist brings a different story to the gallery.
Dean is known for her urban and natural landscapes, exploring buildings and reflections as well as our beautiful natural environment.
Rankin paints large landscapes that depict the stories of her travels around the province. She captures the essence of the place, as she tells her story with the paint brush.
Laberge is exploring a combination of abstracting and interacting with colour, as she combines her love for large brush strokes with elements of surprise.
Swift is a shape maker, whether she is exploring nature, landscapes, or abstraction, her focus is on allowing the shapes to tell the story.
Join these four artists at their reception on Saturday afternoon, March 18 from noon to 4 p.m., and spend some time exploring more than 80 paintings, and celebrating No Grey Days.