New Photo By Steven Friedman

by Chris Harrison 31. January 2012 20:51

Aspens and Mountain Stream - Horseman 617 Camera, Velvia 50 Film


This is another scene that I have been shooting for five years. Every year, the scene is different. Some years, the colours are intense with yellows and oranges,and others they are muted. On this day, after the rain cleared, the light was overcast with warm highlighting on the leaves and trunks. For me, the placement of the river and the dead aspens is integral to the composition. This image was shot using hyper-focal focus.

New works By Kiff Holland AWS

by Administrator 21. November 2011 20:59


Kiff Holland November 30th to Dec 14th, 2011

Kiff Holland


It is with great pleasure that we invite you and your friends to join us on Wednesday, November 30th, for the opening night of Kiff Holland's show of new works. Kiff once again brings us his unparalleled talents as a artist, sharing with us his great talent for painting subject matter that we have all come to love and enjoy by this very versatile artist. So mark your calenders and join us to view these works in person.

VICTORIA BLOCK OPENING OCTOBER 5TH 6:30-8:30PM

by Chris Harrison 25. September 2011 16:38

 

VICTORIA BLOCK

OCTOBER 5TH
6:30-8:30PM LOWER GARDEN

It is with great pleasure that we invite you and your friends to join us on Wednesday, October 5 to for the opening night of Victoria Block's first solo show in Vancouver. Meet the artist and enjoy an evening of unforgettable colour and texture. 

Victoria's paintings take the viewer on a beautiful visual journey. Through her eyes you will see skies meeting gardens with an explosion of colour to warm the hearts and delight the senses. 

 

Born in Ithaca, New York in 1953, Victoria Block is a landscape painter and ceramicist who lives and works in Montreal. She studied at York University in Toronto and obtained her BFA from Concordia in 1978. Since then she has regularly exhibited in solo and group shows and her work is in public and private collections around the world. 

DISTANT HILL

SEPTEMBER

New Large Nicholas Bott Painting

by Chris Harrison 21. September 2011 18:37

Nicholas Bott - Mountain Chief

 

A new piece by Nicholas Bott titled Chief Mountain size of this piece is 48" x 60"

 

Gallery Location

901 Homer Street
(corner of Homer and Smithe) 

Vancouver, B.C. V6B 2W6
  Phone: (604) 732-5217
  Fax: (604) 732-0911
  info@harrisongalleries.com

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From 10:00-6:00 Monday to Friday

        10:00-5:00 Saturday/Sunday