Upcoming Events

 June 5th - July 4th

Gratitude 

"Appreciation to all Essential Workers"

We are planning a special show June 5th to July 4th, to honour front-line workers. Watch for details on our website. 

The last year and a half has changed the way we look at the world forever. Priorities have changed. Our connections to each other may have been loose and easy before Covid 19, but now we realize how much we rely on one another. Our essential workers (who keep us healthy, fed, educated, moving, connected, safe and sane) are super-heroes! We laud them with this special show about gratitude to the front liners who have served us so well. Our gesture of appreciation provides an opportunity for origin al art ownership at adjusted prices for our essential workers and their support staff. The members of the South Delta Artists Guild thank you for your vital contribution!

Artwork by Leah Terpsma - "Coast"

Calendar Leah Terpsma

Gallery 1710 Shows - 2021

View & Print PDF of Complete 2021 Calender HERE

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 List of Shows 2021

 Calendar Ailsa Brown

Ailsa Brown - "A Sense of Knowing"

Growing Together

February 27 - March 28

Springtime is when nature comes alive, sprouting new buds and leaves that will soon blossom into the fullness of their being. Let us join with nature to embrace this season of renewal by growing together once again after this time of being apart. 

 Calendar Coral Gurney

Coral Gurney - "Lion Heart"

Courage of the Brushes

April 3 - 25

Creating Art is challenging, so sharing everyone’s endeavours from beginners to more experienced painters creates a supportive experience for all participants.

 Calendar Lynne Mackenzie

Lynne Mackenzie - "In the Hebrides"

Limitless

May 1 - 30

 In these strange times when there are so many restrictions on our lives we turn to the limitless worlds of art.

 Calendar Leah Terpsma

Leah Terpsma - "Coast"

Gratitude

June 5 - July 4

 The last year and a half has changed the way we look at the world forever.  Priorities have changed.  Our connections to each other may have been loose and easy before Covid 19, but now we realize how much we rely on one another.  Our essential workers (who keep us healthy, fed, educated, moving, connected, safe and sane) are super-heroes!  We laud them with this special show about gratitude to the front liners who have served us so well.  Our gesture of appreciation provides an opportunity for original art ownership at adjusted prices for our essential workers and their support staff.  The members of the South Delta Artists Guild thank you for your vital contribution!

 Calendar Ellen Hines

Ellen Hines - "If Wishes were Fishes"

Summer Showcase

July 10 - August 1

"Everything good, everything magical happens between the months of June, July and August"

Quote by Jenny Han

 Calendar Lea Price

Lea Price - "The Girl with the Pearl Earring"

Past Times

August 7 - 29

Time is an illusion we weave our lives through. There is the now, the future and of course the past . We are influenced by the later helping us make the decisions of what we want to say. By using the past, we can access our minds to our experiences and bring new ideas into focus.

 Calendar Gillian Olsen

Gillian Olsen - "Ska-ana at Sgang Gwaay"

Changes

September 4 - 26

It is said that the only constant in life is change. Not all changes are good but through experimentation and change we grow.

 Calendar Sharee Reynolds

Sharee Reynolds - "Orca"

Ode to Emily Carr

October 2 - 31

"Do not try to do extraordinary things, but do ordinary things with intensity" 

Emily Carr - A Canadian artist known for her paintings of westcoast Aboriginal culture and environment.
1871 - 1945

 

TBA
(Private Show with some of our Artists)

November 2 - 14

 Details will be available on our website, Facebook pages and Instagram

 Calendar Maureen Mitchell

Maureen Mitchell - "The Christmas Flower"

Celebrations

November 20 - December 19

The Christmas Flower’s association with Christmas comes from a Mexican legend. It is said that a small child gathered humble weeds from the roadside to place at the church altar on Christmas Eve.   As the congregation witnessed a Christmas miracle the weeds turned to brilliant red and green flowers.

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Gallery 1710

Located just off Highway 17A:
1710 56th Street
Tsawwassen, BC

604-943-3313

Gallery hours:

 Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays 12 - 4pm