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current exhibitions

The following shows are currently on exhibit at Two Rivers Gallery in our main Canfor galleries. Visit Two Rivers Gallery to view these great exhibitions before they close! Check out the exhibits in our Rustad Galleria as well.

January 19 - April 2 2017

Aileen Bahmanipour, Tracing my immigration map (Map No. 02), 2016. Graphite on paper.


An exhibition of work by British Columbia based artists

And... marks the 150th Anniversary of Confederation of Canada, a solidifying moment in the history of this country. It is the conjunction of experience and a tale to which there is always another side. This exhibition serves to acknowledge familiar stories, and to welcome unfamiliar perspectives on a past more prosperous for others than it was for many. Featuring work by artists from across BC, this exhibition aspires to examine the accomplishments and the failures of the last 150 years and take stock of the present so that we might honour the foundations on which confederation was built by forging a stronger tomorrow.

January 19 - April 2 2017

Jeremy Herndl. Sticks and Cloth, 2016. Oil on Canvas.

Broken Paths

Tara Nicholson, Patrick Dunford, Jeremy Herndl and Susan Barton-Tait

The history of this land is a story of paths broken both by Indigenous people and settlers. From a contemporary viewpoint, this exhibition looks at human habitation marking points along pathways that ended in a home as often as failed aspirations. Evidence of these journeys dot the landscape as towns, structures and junk heaps. Through the work of Tara Nicholson, Patrick Dunford, Jeremy Herndl and Susan Barton-Tait, Broken Paths documents and reflects the intrepid spirit, the human need for shelter and its imprint on the world. 

December 8, 2016 - January 22, 2017

"Supercharger," Mixed Media on Bear Skull, 2016.


Michael Forry

When making Art, with a capital “a”, Michael Forry has said that each canvas – whether it be a conventional canvas, animal skull or even skateboard – he feels like a kid in a candy store. “I have no idea of what’s going to happen next, but I know exactly what that painting will be in the end.”

His work is abstract, intense yet playful with titles that jump out at the viewer as much as the work does. Bright colours dance on the substrate Forry chooses for each distinct piece. As for Art, he creates with a spiritual guidance from somewhere deep within himself. He has spoken of Art as if it is a being unto itself, travelling through life with him, working parallel to him, plane to plane. The exhibition “Supercharger” brings together a selection of new work by Forry that exemplifies the profound and transcendental relationship he holds with Art and the process of making.

See “Supercharger” in the Rustad Galleria until January 22nd 2017. 

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Once you have visited the exhibitions and learned more about the artists, we encourage you to roll up your sleeves!

Head to our ‘make art make sense’ area and follow the artist’s lead. Use the materials provided in the studio to create your own works of art inspired by the exhibiting artist, drawing on the themes introduced in the exhibitions or playing with similar materials.


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