October 1-November 1, 2022 | Curated by Jennifer Cane This fall, delve into the depths of the City of Burnaby Permanent Art Collection where spirits linger and demons gather. Apparitions as
October 1-November 1, 2022 | Curated by Jennifer Cane
This fall, delve into the depths of the City of Burnaby Permanent Art Collection where spirits linger and demons gather. Apparitions as old as time brush up against contemporary anxieties in this expansive exhibition featuring etchings, lithographs, woodcuts, drawings, and more. As the year continues its gradual, but certain, transition to darkness, we shed light on what has made a home there. Featured are works from Francisco Goya’s series Los Caprichos, where the famed Spanish romantic painter and printmaker satirized late 18th century Spanish society through the depiction of follies, superstitions, and failures. Such historical works are set alongside contemporary works that add colour to the foreboding they portray. Canadian artist Betty Goodwin delicately examines the fragility of human life and the states it traverses in work from her series Le Memoire du Corps. With over 30 artists represented, Spectral Visions will transport visitors through chilling encounters present and past.
With works by Courtney Andersen, Johnniebo Ashevak, Doug Biden, Fastwürms, Deborah Lee Filchak, Betty Goodwin, Francisco Goya, Geoff Greene, Elizabeth Griffiths, Ron Hamilton, J.C. Heywood, Hannamari Jalovaara, Don Jarvis, Helen Kalvak, Sara Leydon/Peter Culley, Elizabeth MacKenzie, Fiona McKye, Carel Moiseiwitsch, Lyndal Osborne, Ed Pien, Marianna Schmidt, Mark Tobey, Otis Tamasauskas, Mina Totino/Geoffrey Farmer/ Eric Metcalfe, Richard Turner, Jan Wade, Neil Wedman, Vivienne Wong and Tania Willard.
1 (Saturday) 10:00 am - 31 (Monday) 4:30 pm
Burnaby Art Gallery
6501 Deer Lake Ave, Burnaby, BC V5G 3T6
Burnaby Arts CouncilThe Burnaby Arts Council (BAC) was established in 1967 to fund raise for a Burnaby based public art gallery. In its 45+ years, the BAC has continued with its mandate of supporting, promoting and expanding the arts throughout Burnaby. Further, the Council plays a pivotal role in providing leadership to emerging artists and established art groups alike; showcasing their creative talents and providing opportunities for greater involvement in community culture events and projects. The Burnaby Arts Council hosts and sponsors a wide variety of cultural events, encompassing a full range of the arts. From painting, to dance, to theater and poetry, the BAC provides a community based outlet for people of all ages to express their creativity. The BAC’s Deer Lake Gallery features a 750 sq. ft exhibition space, hosting a wide variety of art forms by individual artists and cultural organizations from across the Greater Vancouver area. Please consider becoming a Member of the Burnaby Arts Council and help us to promote, support and expand the Arts in Burnaby.[email protected] 6584 Deer Lake Avenue Burnaby, BC V5G 3T7