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Mark Bowen

 August 30th - September 17th, 2023
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July 26th - August 27th, 2023

La Belle Epoque

The Great Escape

June 28th - July 23rd, 2023

'Take Flight'

May 31st - June 25th, 2023

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May 3rd - 28th, 2023

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New Beginnings

April 5th - 30th, 2023

Jack the Cribber
meets Chris Blades

March 15th - April 2nd, 2023

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Winter Solstice

November 30th- December 29th, 2022


November 2nd - 27th

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True Colours

October 5th - 30th, 2022

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Collective Encounters

A Vancouver Street Photography Collective Exhibition

September 21st - October 2nd, 2022

The Vancouver Street Photography Collective (VanSPC) is a non-profit society bringing together photographers from Vancouver and beyond to create and share diverse street photography approaches and aesthetics. VanSPC currently numbers more than 65 photographers, united by our interest in explorations and discoveries through the lens of our cameras.


We are a diverse and dedicated group, with a myriad of life experiences that we bring to our perception of the city.


That’s what makes our collective vision so exciting! We welcome you to this exhibition and hope you'll enjoy what you see.

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Barbara Arnold's solo exhibition

In Motion

September 1st - 18th, 2022

Barbara was born in The Netherlands and lived in Europe until she immigrated in 1981 to Canada. She lives and works in Vancouver.

Her solo exhibition at The Gallery George Consisted on

30 pieces made through her career.

La Belle Époque

August 3rd - 28th, 2022

A period of optimism and peace. Here’s to summer with its long days and fiery bright bold colors.


We invite you to our new selection of artists with their own interpretations of this brilliant time of year.


The Great Escape

July 8th - 31st, 2022

Summertime. . . perhaps a time for a little excursion?


Longer and warmer days, the holidays. Whether it's a road trip, a flight, or a walk in the park - this is a time to wander out and allow for imagination and contemplation.


Here we offer a group of artists with their interpretation of THE GREAT ESCAPE.

The Poetry Project

June 6th - 30th, 2022

Art and poetry meet again at the second Poetry Project Exhibition

and Book Launch.


The exhibit is a collaborative project between Beedie Luminaries and ParkerArtSalon., with half the proceeds on art sales going to

the Beedie Luminaries foundation.


Beedie Luminaries students were invited to participate in the Project by submitting a work of poetry, inspired by a selection of art provided by the ParkerArtSalon. The poems will be exhibited with the corresponding artwork by the Parker artists. The result makes for a stimulating juxtaposition of two completely different creative ventures.

It encourages the viewer to slow down as the words expand upon

a visual idea, providing a more personal experience with the art.


While the artists of ParkerSalon enjoy wide renown, the young students  are at the beginning of life’s journey, and their poetry reflects a wide range of study and diversity. What is consistent, however,

is the astonishing beauty and craft of the poetry they’ve produced,

filled with insights, revelation, and sensitivity. Adults sometimes forget their younger selves and the incredible potential of the maturing mind. The ParkerArtSalon Poetry Project offers a reminder of this

beautiful synergy of artistic minds.

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The Great Escape

July 8th - 31st


Ebb and Flow

May 4th - 29th, 2022

Earth Matters

April 6th - May 1st, 2022


How The Light Gets In

March 8th - 31st, 2022

Flowers In February

February 6th - 30th, 2022


Winter Solstice

 December 17th, 2021 - January 8th - 31st, 2022

What JoY!


Earth Matters

one year in the making


Degrees of Abstraction

The Poetry Project

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