Burnaby Art Gallery

A show at the Burnaby Art Gallery tells the story of one of Vancouver’s most accomplished – and overlooked – printmakers. more


Molly Lamb Bobak captures urban vistas and crowd scenes in loose but evocative work on view in Greater Vancouver. more


A major survey of Sylvia Tait's work at the Burnaby Art Gallery reveals a surprisingly multidisciplinary artist. more


Marie Price, "Outside of Time", 2015, monoprint, spitbite etching, powdered graphite, pastel and collage, 53” x 36” (detail)

Photo: Scott Massey

"Layers: Print and Beyond" features work by three members of Malaspina Printmakers in Vancouver – Gillian Armitage, Kim Mi Hyang and Marie Price – who explore themes related to the natural world and humanity’s search for peace. more



Image courtesy of the artist.

Laura Widmer received first prize in 2010 at the Open Studio National Printmaking Awards, one of Canada’s most prestigious printmaking contests. more


"Sleep 1-4"

City of Burnaby Permanent Art Collection. Photo by Scott Massey.

Vancouver-based artist Eli Bornowsky exhibits paintings, prints and drawings with a range of contradictions: the scientific and the intuitive, the hard-edged and the handmade, the intellectual and the spiritual. more


Saskia Jetten explores themes related to theatre, identity and relationships, often using masks as a starting point. more


The Burnaby Art Gallery announces the appointment of Ellen van Eijnsbergen as the new Director/Curator of the Burnaby Art Gallery. more


What does the simple act of drawing a line mean? This is the question Vancouver artist Lyndl Hall explores in her new series. more


Prints will always be met with some faint suspicion — anything with a remove from the artist’s hand will plunge the viewer (and, more so, the calculating buyer) into the same quagmire that photography more violently produced. more


"Great Carpe Diem"

Geoff Scott

One of Canada’s pre-eminent printmakers, J.C. (Carl) Heywood will have his first major retrospective at Burnaby Art Gallery. more


Over 100 expertly chosen works by Marianne Schmidt are hung in three concurrent shows in the Lower Mainland, and the installation of work at each venue elucidates and astounds. more