City Atrium Gallery

Mark Ollinger installation at Atrium Gallery
The North Vancouver Community Arts Council is proud to announce a NEW exhibition space, the City Atrium Gallery. Through a partnership with the City of North Vancouver we have developed a new exhibition space at City Hall that focuses on  installation art, a form of three-dimensional sculptural work designed to intrigue, animate, inspire, and transform the perception of a space. 
 
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Would you like to receive exhibition invites by email? Contact: exhibitions[at]nvartscouncil.ca

 


Current Exhibition:

Rachael Ashe
October 17, 2016 - January 9, 2017
Flight Path / Taking Flight

Artist Talk: Wednesday, October 19, 12:15 - 12:45pm
Please join Rachael as she shares information about her process of freehand paper cutting.
City Atrium Gallery, North Vancouver City Hall, 141 West 14th Street

Rachael Ashe is a self-taught multidisciplinary artist, working in paper cutting, sculpture, and installation.Flight Path by Rachael Ashe She constructs organic forms sculpted through an iterative and spontaneous process of freehand paper cutting. Simple shapes repeat multiple times to create an intricate and complex abstract form.

An installation showcasing 500-600 hand cut paper wings, Flight Path / Taking Flight pays homage to the nightly commute of thousands of crows across the Vancouver skyline has been a source of fascination for the artist since arriving in the city over twelve years ago. It is a rare and special occurrence to witness birds gathering into large flocks in an urban setting as these crows do. The installation is inspired by the artist’s fascination with watching birds in flight, and the mystery and magic of their ability to move as one. Rachael explores the beauty of repetitive forms found in nature, and creates intricate and complex works through the simple process of cutting and sculpting paper.

City Atrium Gallery, North Vancouver City Hall, 141 West 14th Street  l  Mon - Fri 8:30am - 5:00pm