Art Works Gallery

1536 Venables Street, Vancouver, British Columbia V5L 2G9

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1536 Venables Street, Vancouver, British Columbia V5L 2G9
Mon to Fri 9 am - 6 pm, Sat 10 am - 6 pm, Sun noon - 5 pm.

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  • Art Vancouver Launches First Gallery Crawl

    This free, three-day event includes 40 galleries in and around Vancouver, some as far away as the Audain Art Museum in Whistler.

    Apr 1, 2018

  • Art Works Gallery in Vancouver has moved.

    Deanna Geisheimer recently relocated her Art Works Gallery from Smithe to 1536 Venables St. Vancouver, B.C.V5L 2G9. Phone number, website, and email addresses remain the same.

    May 26, 2017

  • "Notes" - A video conversation with Robert Florian

    After years of honing his skills and techniques as an artist, Robert Florian turned his artistic eye towards the landscapes surrounding him in Western Canada. Video by Oleg Jiliba. Courtesy Art Works Gallery, Vancouver

    Dec 9, 2013


    "James Leonard is one of our most collectable artists,” says Deanna Geisheimer, “because of his specialized technique of layering paints and using utensils he fashions himself instead of the standard paint brushes."

    Apr 30, 2012

  • RICHARD WLODARCZAK, "Faith and Reason," Sept 19 - Oct 22, 2005, Art Works Gallery, Vancouver

    According to Carl Jung, “One does not become enlightened by imagining figures of light, but by making the darkness conscious,” and by Jung’s standard, Richard Wlodarczak is well on his way to becoming enlightened.

    Aug 31, 2005

  • BILL BRAGG, Visual Communication Sept 9 - Oct 10, 2004

    Bill Bragg is no stranger to the politics of art. He spent more than two decades in the museum field working with renowned figures such as Tony Emery and the Shadbolts during the golden age of public galleries in the 1960s and ‘70s.

    Aug 31, 2004

  • KEN WEST, Shades of Light, Sept 22-Oct 17, 2004, Art Works Gallery, Vancouver

    Ken West straddles several styles when he paints. “I’m representational in that my subject matter is recognizable but it veers into the impressionistic or sometimes surreal,” he says.

    Aug 31, 2004

  • ROBERT FLORIAN November 5 to 30, 2003

    A trip to Giverny, France, was life-altering for Robert Florian. It was during his visit to Claude Monet's garden that Florian decided to become a landscape painter.

    Aug 31, 2003