Featuring Jack Wise, Arnold Burrell, Matthew DiCastri, Crystal Tampa, Will Julsing, JC Roy, David Woolam, Will Millar, and Miles Dobson. Original works of art under $5000. Unique Fine Art Prints from Vancouver Island artists.
Art Evening throughout March - please call for more details! 250-746-7112.
Show runs March 3 to 31st 2017
For the month of January, we are proud to introduce Langley, B.C. artist Cheryl Hitchcock to the gallery. This bountiful show features lush florals evocative of our West Coast gardens. With several generations of artists in her family, Cheryl is rediscovering her love of nature through her work.
Interested in one of these pieces? Email email@example.com or simply call us at 250-746-7112 for size and price information. MORE works to be added!
Join us for pure clarity of our local landscapes by Julie King. Also showing are pieces by Allan Gott, Bob English, Judy Weeden and Lorne Flach
Showing September 8 to September 30, 2016
Artist's Reception September 8, 6-8pm
Partial Proceeds of all sales donated to Cowichan Therapeutic Riding Association
This group show features animals in their agricultural milieu and will create discussion about our local agricultural community.
Will Millar will offer a poem or two about these beasts at the opening - if you haven't had the opportunity to meet Will, now is the time!
Call to Artists!
"Beasts of Burden" Group Show
Excellent Frameworks Gallery (EFG) invites all Canadian artists to submit works for consideration to our first Group Show. EFG accepts finished works that aim to expand dialogue about the agricultural industry in Canada. Partial proceeds of artworks sold will be donated to the Cowichan Therapeutic Riding Association.
Monday, August 15, 2016 - Email Entry Deadline
Tuesday, September 6, 2016 Artwork Drop off between 12pm and 4pm. Earlier drop off dates available prior to the long weekend available upon request.
Thursday, September 8, 2016 Show Opens
Thursday, September 8, 2016 6-8pm Opening Reception
Friday, September 30, 2016 - Show Closes
Saturday, October 1, 2016 - Unsold Artworks to be picked up between 10am and 4pm.
How to Submit:
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line: "Beast of Burden Application" by Monday, August 15, 2016 with one image per email submission. (Multiple submissions accepted in separate emails.) Your submission(s) must include artist name, title, medium, size, and pricing for each piece submitted for consideration. Please note that due to space, we will only be accepting a limited amount of artwork. Artists will be notified via email of accepted works on Friday, August 19, 2016.
Inviting 2017 Solo & Small Group Shows
Excellent Frameworks Gallery (EFG) uses its secondary gallery for solo and small group shows. We encourage artists to submit a proposal to EFG for consideration of such a show. Please send EFG: A brief written statement about yourself or the artist group and what you want to accomplish with a show, 4-6 jpeg images of representative work (please label this information carefully with the name, media, size, price and date of your work). Non visual artists are encourage to apply.
Application Deadline: Ongoing
Event Date: May 23 – 28, 2016
Excellent Frameworks Gallery is proud to announce the innovative one week showing of “Now and Then”, a unique blend of the natural beauty of the Cowichan Valley, art and photography brought together for a week of revisiting the art of E.J. Hughes.
This week will showcase reproductions by local artist, E.J. Hughes. His local scenes of the Cowichan Valley will be shown alongside current photographs of the same scenes for a visual comparison of how the valley has changed, yet also remained the same since the time of Mr. Hughes' original works were created.
The E.J. Hughes Gallery was created in 1999 by local gallery owners, Michael Shaw and Janet Truelove Jones. They had attended a showing or E.J.'s work, and the idea of a gallery for his work specifically was born from the suggestions of Pat Salmon, a close friend of E.J. Hughes, and Brian McDaniel. The gallery received strong interest from local art supporters and has grown into a go-to destination for tourists and locals alike. Mr. Hughes was often brought to the gallery by Pat to sign reproductions, which Mr. Hughes enjoyed greatly.