Gallery Exhibitions: Visions from Nowhere; Life in Colour; and The Animation Art of IGS


Opening Reception Thursday March 24 from 6 – 8pm
Artists in attendance, free admission and refreshments served.

Visions From Nowhere
Surrealism masters and Cuban painters have had a strong influence on the development of Jose Urbay’s style. His new work is the result of interpretations of narratives telling a story of journeys beyond this reality, along with personal insights about love, sadness, magic, and the experience of immigrating to a new land.

Life in Colour
Claire Sower is a contemporary artist based in Vancouver. In Life in Colour, Claire incorporates principals of colour therapy into her vivid, expressionistic florals, instilling an emotional response to the work that gets us thinking about how the simple act of looking at a piece of art – even for a minute – can positively impact our mood.

The Animation Art of IGS
Irina Sagatelian is an animator and children’s book illustrator. She was born in Russia and graduated from the Academy of Arts in Israel with a BFA. Currently she works as an animator in Vancouver and lives in Port Moody. Her exhibition showcases creative projects for children from the past 12 years and includes unique illustrations from the children’s industry all over the world.