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Lobby Art Gallery

Art Gallery Closed for Summer 2024

Sept 19 to Nov 8, 2024

Craig Richards: All Our Relations

Edmonton-born photographer Craig Richards lived in Canmore for 40 years and currently resides in Mill Bay, Vancouver Island. His solo exhibition brings together images of Indigenous Elders gathered in the shadow of Sacred Buffalo Guardian Mountain, near the banks of the Bow River, in Banff National Park and the natural landscape. His work on the Canadian Rockies has been the subject of 60 solo exhibitions, and over 70 group exhibitions at public and commercial art galleries and museums throughout the world.

Nov 14 to Dec 22, 2024

Gloria S. Daly & Lesley Comassar: Elemental

Textile Artists Lesley Comassar and Gloria S. Daly show their individual interpretations of the Five Elements: Earth, Water, Fire, Air, & Ether (Spirit) to explore how climate change affects the world we live in. Lesley uses mixed media and machine stitching, whereas Gloria works only with hand stitching in a contemporary manner.

Jan 10 to Feb 24, 2025

Adin Teufel: Animus

Inspired by Jung, Joseph Campbell & Stéphane Blanquette, art has always given Adin something to focus on. His truth is that everything has a consciousness, and what seems material is actually mental. Adin tells stories in a single image, juxtaposing organic patterns while incorporating mixed feelings and emotions. Each idea is a spirit child, caringly worked until they say they’re big enough to out in the world on their own.

About the Lobby Art Gallery

The Lobby Art Gallery is located on the 3rd floor in the Cowichan Performing Arts Centre lobby and is open for public viewing one hour prior to show times without a ticket. Private viewings can be arranged by emailing Laura Stephenson at [email protected].

Are you a local artist or artistic group looking to showcase your work?

Renting the Lobby Art Gallery is free to artists. The CPAC takes a commission on any sales made during the exhibition. Send a brief bio and 2–3 art samples and / or a website link to Laura Stephenson at [email protected]. Please note the exhibition space accommodates upwards of 40 pieces of various size.