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100-221 E Georgia St
Hours: tues-fri 10am-5pm sat 12-5pm
221A is a non-profit artist-run centre with a focus on design in contemporary art. We present exhibitions, talks, publications and special projects by contemporary artists to encourage meaningful public dialogue on design and its social effect, which may encompass images, objects, environments, or, more broadly, social codes and conventions.
222 E Georgia St
Hours: tues-sat 12-5pm
An artist-run centre established in 1991 and situated in Vancouver’s historic Chinatown, Access Gallery is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting and presenting the work of emergent artists, curators and cultural practitioners, as well as those entering a new experimental phase of their practice. We enable critical conversations and risk taking through new configurations of audience, artists and community.
Adele Campbell Gallery
109-4090 Whistler Way
Shops at the Westin Resort & Spa
Hours: daily 11am-5pm
Established in 1993, Adele Campbell Gallery is one of Whistler's original fine art galleries offering the best quality, service and selection of classic and contemporary painting and sculpture by Canada's most recognized artists and emerging talents.
Showcasing local talents Valerie Butters and James Stewart as part of Whistler’s ArtWalk 2017. Enjoy Butters’ vibrant and expressive florals and Stewart’s masterful, character-based sculptures.
Ongoing An ever-changing selection of Canadian art is always present at the Adele Campbell Gallery, from emerging talents to some of Canada's best artists. This warm and friendly gallery invites you to relax, look, and linger awhile. Featured artists include Cameron Bird, Rick Bond, Laura Harris, Tom Hjorleifson, Dana Irving, Angela Morgan, Paul Paquette, Jennifer Sparacino, Mike Svob and many others.
REPRESENTING: Cameron Bird, Rick Bond, Merv Brandel, Valerie Butters, Rod Charlesworth, Susie Cipolla, Halin De Repentigny, Alan Dunfield, Kindrie Grove, Laura Harris, Tom Hjorleifson, Kiff Holland, Elena Ilku, Dana Irving, Blake Jorgenson, Andrew Kiss, David Langevin, Michel Le Roux, Joel Mara, Angela Morgan, Shytoo Muckpah, Michael O'Toole, Nancy O'Toole, John Ogilvy, Paul Paquette, Birgit Piskor, Nicola Prinsen, Yvonne Reddick, Paul Reimer, Janice Robertson, Robert Roy, Joseph Sauve, Peter Shostak, Jennifer Sparacino, James Stewart, Brian & Nancy Street, Mike Svob, Moe Taylor, Vance Theoret, Erika Toliusis, Alan Wylie, Peter Wyse
621 Fort St
Hours: mon-sat 10am-5pm sun 1-5pm
Specialists in Aboriginal art from the Canadian Northwest Coast, Australia and Papua New Guinea, our collection is comprised of works by master carvers, potters, weavers, engravers and painters renowned in their own traditions.
Featuring artists from Indigenous communities across the Pacific Rim, including Teddy Balangu, Tony Hunt Jr, Maynard Johnny Jr, lessLIE, Ake Lianga, George Littlechild, Susan Point, Robert Davidson, Alik Tipoti, Dylan Thomas, and Art Thompson.
REPRESENTING: Primrose Adams, Silas Coon, Rande Cook, Kevin Cranmer, Reg Davidson, Robert Davidson, Bill Helin, Calvin Hunt, Richard Hunt, Tony Hunt, Tony Hunt Jr., Phil Janze, Maynard Johnny Jr., Shawn Karpes, lessLIE, George Littlechild, John Livingston, Angela Marston, John Marston, Luke Marston, Tim Paul, Susan Point, Rick Rivet, Richard Sumner, Ron Telek, Dylan Thomas, Art Thompson, Christian White, Don Yeomans and Wayne Young.
Amelia Douglas Gallery, Douglas College
700 Royal Ave
New Westminster, BC
Hours: mon-fri 10am-7:30pm sat 11am-4pm
The Amelia Douglas Gallery is a non-profit organization run by members of the Arts Exhibition Committee at Douglas College.
The mandate of the Arts Exhibition Committee is to feature new and established B.C. artists and to enhance the educational offerings of the College.
To Sep 8 Greenlinks 2017: In a Nutshell. Mixed media works by Tracie Stewart and displays by the Douglas College Institute of Urban Ecology.
Sep 14-Oct 21 Inhabited Lives. Mixed-media works by Shannon Harvey.
Oct 26-Dec 16 Land: An Imagining. Paintings and shadow installations by Claire Moore
REPRESENTING: Douglas College
Arbutus Gallery at Coast Capital Savings Library, Kwantlen Polytechnic University
D126-12666 72nd Ave
Hours: Arbutus Gallery: mon-thurs 7:30am-11pm fri 7:30am-9pm sat 10am-4pm sun 12-7pm
The Kwantlen Fine Arts Galleries are dedicated to exhibiting a variety of diverse works produced by fine art students, alumni, faculty, and professional visiting artists. Fine Arts operates two exhibition spaces in the Surrey Campus.
The Arbutus Gallery, located in the Coast Capital Savings Library Atrium shows contemporary art by visiting artists and selected exhibitions of student artwork in a variety of media. This bright open space is frequented by the Kwanten community year round.
The Fine Arts Gallery, also in the Surrey Campus, is a space dedicated to student artistic experimentation. Students in 3rd year Open Studio classes use the gallery as both studio and exhibition space to experiment, create, and collaborate.
REPRESENTING: Richard Cole
2516 Bridge Street
Hours: Saturday & Sunday 12-5 pm
arc.hive is a new artist run centre focused on facilitating the emergence and development of collaborative practices in contemporary arts, including: visual, performative, writing, video and sound. We are located at the ground level of 2516 Bridge Street, on the west coast of Canada, in Victoria, BC. The centre provides studio spaces for 8 artists/composers/writers, including an artist in residence program, and maintains a small gallery for exhibitions and performances in support of emerging arts practice in the community and beyond.
To Sept 24 Bridge. Exhibition and sound installation in conjunction with Integrate Arts with artists Alison Bigg, Laura Feeleus, Connie Michele Morey, Regan Rasmussen, Karina Kalvaitis and Kerry Vaughn Erickson. Sound installation by Dave Reidstra.
Oct 7-22 Alison Bigg: Globular Cluster. A Spherical Collection of Stars. Illuminated soap sculptures that pique curiosity, invite intimacy and remind us of the importance of being a part of something larger.
Arnold Mikelson Mind & Matter Art Gallery
13743 16th Ave
Hours: daily 12-6pm
The Arnold Mikelson Mind and Matter Art Gallery was established by Arnold Mikelson and his wife Mary. The gallery has strived to promote established and upcoming artists. Artists are featured on a monthly basis showcasing original art. Wood sculpture, paintings, pottery, glass blowing, soapstone, jewellery and much more are on display daily. The gallery offers a vast array of gifts for all occasions - weddings, birthdays and anniversaries. The gallery is host to two annual exhibitions - The Arnold Mikelson Festival of Arts in July and Art for Christmas in December.
Sep 1-30 Arnold Mikelson, wood sculpture. Darrel Hancock, pottery. Eileen Fong, acrylic. Mary Stevenson, textiles. Elizabeth Carefoot, mixed media. Gunilla Lindgren, watercolour. Georgina Hunt, acrylic. Sheila Syminedor, watercolour.
Oct 1-31 Vladimira Fillion-Wackenreuter, tapestry. Judy Alexander, fibre art. Anita Lindelom, ceramics. Robert McMurray, oil. Valerie Grimmel, oil. Millie Meerheimb, watercolour. Ronald Glowe, oil. Irena Shklover, acrylic. Sandra Tomchuck, acrylic.
REPRESENTING: Suzanne Amendolagine, Jeannette Boothby, Julie Bourne, Phil Chappell, Valerie Eibner, Ilona Fekete, Eileen Fong, Bob Gonzales, Elmer Gunderson, Darrel Hancock, Kevin Healy, Drena Hambrook, Bette Hurd, Georgina Johnstone, David Kilpatrick, Millie Meerheimb, Arnold Mikelson, Mary Mikelson, Linda Morris, Jack Olive, Robert Parker, Don Portelance, Christopher Potter, Ray Richard, Murray Sanders, Valeri Sokolovski, Sheila Symington, Shirley Thomas and Teresa Wegrzyn.
Art Beatus (Vancouver) Consultancy Ltd.
108-808 Nelson St
Hours: mon-fri 10am-6pm
Art Beatus highlights modern and contemporary art with special focus on the increasingly important area of Chinese art.
Sept 15-Nov 10 MU: Beyond Duality. New acrylic sculptures by local artist, Junichiro Iwase, are featured in an exhibit pertaining to the balance between polarity and going toward and beyond what Zen Buddhists refer to as ‘nothingness’.
REPRESENTING: Andrew Lui, Zhang Wanxin, Kumiko Yasukawa, Yang Yi, Cha Guo Jun, Chen Hai Yan, Henry Ho, Hong Hao, Hye-Sun Baik, Johnson Wu, Katie Cheung, Shyh-Charng Lo, Luo Brothers, Ma Ke Lu, Qin Feng, Seung Won Suh, Frank Tam, Toru Sugita, Taiga Chiba, Xu Bing, Yue Min Jun, Tomoyo Ihaya, Junichiro Iwase, Sang Won Sung, Hiroshi Hara, Wuon-Gean Ho, Victoria H. Chang, Yuichi Takasaka, Tomoka Ike, Jonathan Man, Janice Wong, Shinsuke Minegishi, Toni Onley, Lynn Onley, Ross C. Kelly, Ban Wei, June Yun, Mimi Chen Ting, Jack Zhou, Viki Wu, Neo Tang, Victoria Kon
Art Emporium (The)
2928 Granville St
Hours: by appt mon-sat 10am-6pm
Established 1897. Director: Torben V. Kristiansen. Senior Member Art Dealers Association of Canada.
Exceptional inventory of paintings by Canadian, American, and French masters of the 20th century, as well as all members of the Group of Seven and several of their contemporaries. Featuring J.P. Riopelle, Lawren Harris, Tom Thomson, and Emily Carr.
REPRESENTING: Emily Carr, C. Krieghoff, David Milne, J.W. Morrice, Tom Thomson, Karel Appel, A. Calder, E. Cortès, Montague Dawson, Jean and Raoul Dufy, A. Hambourg, J. Hervé, Picasso, Utrillo, A. Volti, Andrew Wyeth, Max Bates, Donald Flather, H.G. Glyde, E.J. Hughes, F. Lansdowne, John Little, Henri Masson, Rudolph Messner, Hugh Monahan, Riopelle, Goodridge Roberts, Jack Shadbolt, Andrew Wong.
Art Gallery at Evergreen Cultural Centre
1205 Pinetree Way
Hours: wed-sat 12-5pm sun 12-4pm. Free admission
The Evergreen Cultural Centre Art Gallery is a public gallery with 1500 square feet of exhibition space. It presents an average of five exhibitions per year. Shows range from works by international and regional to local artists and include all media.
Sep 9-Nov 5 Colour Burst, a group exhibition not about colour but an exhibition of colour. Colour Burst presents an exuberantly colourful display of local, national and international works assembled from artists and from collecting institutions in British Columbia.
REPRESENTING: Includes work by William Eakin and Arni Haraldsson among others. Materials from the Coquitlam Archives.
Art Gallery of Greater Victoria
1040 Moss St
Hours: tues-sat 10am-5pm; thurs 10am-9pm; sun 12-5pm
The Art Gallery of Greater Victoria is a public art museum dedicated to the celebration of art. With vision, leadership and scholarship, we will engage and inspire diverse audiences through exhibition, interpretation and stewardship of the collection. Join us on the first Tuesday on the month for Donation Day. Every Thursday evening we are open late until 9pm and often deliver special programs at that time. Exhibition Tours happen weekly, just check our online event calendar for dates, times and subject matter.
To Sep 4 Karen Tam: With wings like clouds hung from the sky. Montreal-based artist Karen Tam draws on archival research to speculate on artistic influence and exchange between Emily Carr and Lee Nam, a Chinese immigrant to British Columbia at the turn of the 20th century.
To Oct 8 Mirror with Memory. This year marks the 75th anniversary of the uprooting, dispossession and exile of 22,000 Japanese Canadians from the coast of this province. Mirror with Memory explores the contributions of one such community through the creative lens of the Hayashi/Kitamura/Matsubuchi photo studio which operated in Cumberland BC from 1912 to 1942.
To Oct 8 Moving Forward by Looking Back: The First 30 Years of Collecting Art at the AGGV, an exhibition that aims to understand how artistic tastes and interests have evolved over time, so that we can imagine how our collecting activity today will be interpreted by future generations.
To Mar 31, 2018 Picturing the Giants: The Changing Landscapes of Emily Carr. Examines Emily Carr’s work through the dual lenses of the artist’s increasing interest in environmental issues and the status of ancient forests of the region in present times.
Art Works Gallery
1536 Venables Street
Hours: mon-fri 9am-6pm sat 10am-6pm sun 12-5pm
Art Works Gallery represents over 150 artists that work in a variety of mediums and styles. Along with original artwork, we also offer posters, canvas transfer services, framed mirrors and custom framing. Our friendly knowledgeable consultants will be happy to assist you.
We've moved! Visit us at our new location at 1536 Venables Street. Art Works represents some of British Columbia’s most dynamic artists. Working with corporations, movie studios, and many of Vancouver’s leading interior designers and architectural firms, Art Works has developed a distinct and unique aesthetic vision, complementing and creating value within residential and commercial spaces. Visit our website for information on upcoming exhibitions.
REPRESENTING: Marie-Danielle Leblanc, Linzy Arnott, Robert Florian, Deryk Houston, Carole Arnston, David Graff, Vern Simpson, Ken Prescott, Wayne Leidenfrost, Sharon Quirke, Ken West, Janes Leonard, and many more.
1302 St Paul St
Hours: mon-sat 10am-4pm. Dealer on premises thurs-sat
ARTE funktional - Kelowna is located at The Factory in Kelowna, BC. This modern and contemporary art gallery owned by artist Carolina Sanchez de Bustamante, features established and emerging Okanagan and Canadian artists with original work in different media, including abstract painting, sculpture and textile, and functional art in ceramic, glass, metal and mixed media, and the promotion and installation of architectural art. Also featuring rotating exhibitions throughout the year.
To Oct 28 Palpable Energy, an exhibition dedicated to the inner energy that artists brings to their work. Showcasing contemporary paintings and sculptures.
Ongoing paintings, textiles, sculptures, ceramics, photography, and functional art by a diverse group of emerging and established Okanagan and Canadian artists.
REPRESENTING: David T. Alexander, Doug Alcock, Lynden Beesley, Robert Bigelow, Sangito Bigelow, Stephan Bircher, Amy Burkard, Carin Covin, Briar Craig, Lubos Culen, Vikki Drummond, Valerie Eibner, Leonhard Epp, Jane Everett, Dina González Mascaró, Ann Kipling, Yael Krakowski, Renita Kraubner, Lorena Krause, Mary Smith McCulloch, Marianne Meyer, Martha Moore, Noëlle Nadeau Khoo, Rhonda Neufeld and Rodney Konopaki, Katherine Pickering, Barry Rafuse, Susan Richards, Carolina Sanchez de Bustamante, Maxwell Sterry, Heidi Thompson, Sandra de Vries, Laura Widmer.
ARTE funktional and Ashpa Naira Studio
9492 Houghton Rd
Hours: May 1-Oct 31: sun 10am-6pm or by appt
Located on the west side of Okanagan Lake, this contemporary art gallery, owned by artist Carolina Sanchez de Bustamante, features original art in a home and garden setting. Discover a diverse group of emerging and established Okanagan and Canadian artists in paintings, textiles, sculptures, ceramics, photography and functional art.
At Ashpa Naira Studio, two traditional South American art forms are in practice: the creation of 3-D woven tapestries and in the clay studio, sculptures. Architectural ceramics and handmade art tiles are created by the artist.
To Oct 31 ART-make pieces. A 10th Anniversary Exhibition. An exhibition of contemporary art in different medias: painting, sculpture, photography, functional art and architectural art. At the Studio, guests can view different stages of production in architectural and ceramic art projects with the visiting guest artist, Robert Bigelow on August 27.
REPRESENTING: David T. Alexander, Doug Alcock, Yuri Akuney, Robert Bigelow, Sangito Bigelow, Stephan Bircher, Amy Burkard, Carin Covin, Briar Craig, Lubos Culen, Vikki Drummond, Valerie Eibner, Leonhard Epp, Jane Everett, Luis Fuentes, Dina Gonzalez Mascaró, Gee Gee Gunter Wissmeyer, Ann Kipling, Yael Krakowski, Renita Kraubner, Lorena Krause, Mary Smith McCulloch, Marianne Meyer, Martha Moore, Noëlle Nadeau Khoo, Rhonda Neufeld and Rodney Konopaki, Lyndal Osborne, Katherine Pickering, Don Pierce, Barry Rafuse, Susan Richards, Carolina Sanchez de Bustamante, Maxwell Sterry, Heidi Thompson, Sandra de Vries.
1885 Clark Drive
Tel: (604) 877-0800
Hours: mon-fri 9am-6pm sat 9am-5pm sun noon-5pm
Artform Gallery features contemporary works predominantly by emerging Canadian artists. The gallery fosters the opportunity to acquire original art for corporate spaces and private homes.
Arts Off Main Gallery
216 E 28th Ave
Hours: wed-sun 11:30am-5:30pm
Arts Off Main is an artist-run gallery, featuring original and affordable paintings, prints, pottery, photographs, jewelry and sculpture by BC artists. Professional custom framing available.
An artist-run gallery with work exclusively by BC artists, including original and affordable paintings, watercolours, limited edition prints, sculptures, stained glass, textile art, jewellery, pottery, and professional framing. Gallery artists include Elana Sigal, Tanya Boya, Tom Antil, Cindy Wynne Kolding, Normajean McCallan, Eileen Mosca, Gary Nay, Lee Sanger, and danielle louise. Also showing works by Madeline Coomey, D'Arcy Margesson, and Patrick Robinson.
September: Featured artist is Riitta Pierone.
October: Featured artist is Leonard Shane.
Check out our website for monthly events and promotions.
REPRESENTING: D'Arcy Margesson, Jennifer Harwood, Sarah Groves, Marie Carinha, Patrick Robinson, and Joan Tayler.
233 Carrall St
Hours: Tues-Sat 12-5pm
Artspeak is a non-profit artist run centre established in 1986. Artspeak presents contemporary practices, innovative publications, bookworks, editions, talks and events that encourage a dialogue between visual art and writing.
Sep 9-Oct 28 Anne Low: Witch With Comb.
REPRESENTING: Stephanie Comilang
808 Richards St
Hours: wed-sat 10am-4:30pm
The ArtStarts Gallery is devoted exclusively to young people’s art. The visually striking exhibitions celebrate the exciting artwork that emerges when professional artists, students and teachers work together to deepen learning, creativity and community connections.
Sept 30-Apr 7 Beyond Words: Stories of Our Time. ArtStarts Gallery is the only free, public gallery dedicated to young people's art in Canada. Beyond Words showcases artwork created by students from schools across BC exploring Indigenous ways of knowing and learning in this moment in Canadian history. From bentwood boxes to hip hop music videos, Indigenous and non-Indigenous students alike access the power of art, to express what their words alone cannot.
Audain Art Museum
4350 Blackcomb Way
Hours: wed-mon 10am-5pm. Closed Tuesdays. Admission: adults $18, youth 16 and under free, members free
Experience the art of British Columbia, from the traditional art of the province's First Peoples, through to its contemporary masters along with art from around the world in our Special Exhibition galleries. Immerse yourself in 24 Emily Carr artworks always on display.
To Oct 16 Edward Burtynsky: The Scarred Earth. Over the past three decades, documentary photographer Edward Burtynsky has chronicled humanity’s influence over the Earth’s surface. Scarred Earth is an intimate look at how we, as a species, have altered our physical landscape through resource extraction.
Ongoing Permanent Collection. Experience the art of British Columbia, from the traditional art of the province's First Peoples, through to its contemporary masters
149 W Hastings St
, SFU Woodward's
Hours: tue, wed, sat 12-5pm thu, fri 12-8pm
Audain Gallery opened in 2010 and is named after patron Michael Audain. The gallery is located in downtown Vancouver in the Goldcorp Centre for the Arts, along with SFUs School for the Contemporary Arts. The gallery advances the aesthetic and discursive production and presentation of contemporary art through a responsive program of exhibitions that support engaged pedagogy. Focusing on the ways in which contemporary art is socially formed and formative, the gallery initiates local, national and international projects, including exhibitions by visiting international artists through the Audain Visual Artists in Residence Program (such as by Marjetica Potrč, YOUNG-HAE CHANG HEAVY INDUSTRIES, Raqs Media Collective, Claire Fontaine, and Antoni Muntadas). Audain Gallery also hosts SFU SCA Visual Arts student exhibitions. Events such as artists talks, public discussions, and screenings are organized parallel to the gallerys exhibitions, cultivating the cultural context and conversation around visual art. Audain Gallery offers a critical space for engagement with the diverse and timely ideas of contemporary art in a dynamic and shifting manner.
Sep 9-23 Binding, Breathing, Incorporating. Featuring the work of three graduating MFA candidates: asmaa al-issa, Dave Biddle, and Patrick Blenkarn.
Oct 12- Dec 9 Walid Raad: Sweet Talk: Commissions (Beirut 1994) Sweet Talk is an ongoing set of self-assigned photographic commissions that look at the city of Beirut through thousands of negatives and digital files produced since the mid-1980s. Raad’s new work within the Sweet Talk series considers the destruction and development of the city within its complex context.
2184 Oak Bay Ave
Hours: mon-sat 10am-5:30pm sun 11am-5pm, open most holidays 12-4pm
The Avenue Gallery in Victoria BC is known to both art collectors and the public alike as an exceptional place to discover some of Canada's most distinguished contemporary artists. Ever changing exhibits provide visitors with an unsurpassed selection of paintings, sculpture, glass and jewellery. The gallery offers the work of over 60 artists with hundreds of unique pieces.
Sep-21-Oct 2 Kimberly Kile: Impasto.
Oct 26-Nov 6 Blu Smith: The Path of Least Resistance.
REPRESENTING: Barbara Adams, Corre Alice, Silvia Armeni, Linzy Arnott, Pavel Barta, Kathi Bond, Tanya Bone, Bill Boyd, Mary-Jean Butler, Valerie Butters, John Charnetski, Bi Yuan Cheng, Susie Cipolla, Eunmi Conacher, Delayne Corbett, Kevin Cremin, Lorna Dockstader, Sandra Dolph, Dale Dziwenka, Bruce Edmundson, Rob Elphinstone, Douglas Fisher, Linda Freeman-Katz, Vanja Gavric, Dietje Hagendoorn, Michael Hermesh, Hyun-Jou Lee, Derek Kasper, Hiroko Kobayashi & Neil Prakash, Anne Kelly, Kimberly Kiel, Linda Laflamme, Shinah Lee, Darlene Letendre, Brent Lynch, Richard Menard, Catherine Moffat, Yared Nigussu, Ron Parker, George Pearlman, Nicola Prinsen, Susan Rankin, Patty Ripley, Andrea Roberts, Brenda Roy, Dorothee Rosen, Andrea Russell, Lisa Samphire, Sid Samphire, Doreen Schneider, Gordon Scott, Geoff Searle, Joan Skeet, Blu Smith,Steven Stairs, Veronica Stewart, Lindsay Stocking-Godfrey, Nancy Street and Naoko Takenouchi
Back Gallery Project
602 E Hastings St
Hours: tues-sat 1-5pm and by appt
The Back Gallery Project is located in Strathcona and focuses on the work of emerging and mid-career artists with practices that range from painting, sculpture, photography, drawing, watercolour to new mediums.
Sep 7-30 Sarah Delaney: The Causal Effect +, paintings. In her first exhibition at Back Gallery Project, Delaney continues her investigation into the temporal qualities of two-dimensional space.
Renée Lee Smith: Both Sides, Now. The new sculptures recall fashion maquettes or religious idols. Sleek in their construction, but imperfect from the casting process, the duality of each work offers a visually intriguing conversation that warrants further investigation.
October Aimée Henny Brown, Danielle Krysa and Janice Wu: The Transitory Nature of Significance (WT).
Barbara Boldt Original Art Studio
25340 84th Ave
Hours: please call ahead
In-home studio gallery in a rural setting. Just a 5 minute, scenic drive from Fort Langley with easy parking. Featuring Barbara Boldt original oils, pastels and watercolours.
In-home studio gallery of Barbara Boldt, located 5 km outside of Fort Langley, featuring local landscapes, forest and garden scenes in oils and soft pastels, and her signature EarthPatterns paintings of sandstone formations found on Galiano Island. Copies of biography Places of Her Heart: The Art and Life of Barbara Boldt, by Barbara Boldt with K. Jane Watt, are available at the studio and various bookstores. For directions to the studio, see map on website or call.
REPRESENTING: Barbara Boldt
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