Two exhibitions, showcasing the diversity of sculpture. The main gallery features the works of 15 regional, international, alongside the Installation work of William Blakey in the BHCV Gallery.
Main Gallery: Abstract Realities, A sculpture exhibition is an amazing selection of works from Patti Agapi, Amy Bagshaw, Nathalie Bertin, Carey Cruise, Luci Dilkus, Gail Esau, Midori Fullerton, Ted Fullerton, Marlene Hilton-Moore, Tim Laurin, Christina Luck, Chum McLeod, Jill Price, Amy Switzer and Bernice Vasey. A sense of abstract reality is a tool that enables us to make sense between fantasy and reality. Society is fractured, disconnected, in limbo. The arts help us cope; sharing the creativity and vision of these artists provides a much-needed grounding in these uncertain times. BHCV: A Drive in Three Dimensions Solo exhibition, Artist William BlakeyThey go by as I drive; the rooftops and dormers, the diagonals and triangles, these familiar shapes and patterns that make up a personal landscape. My peripheral catch the repeated angles and random arrangements of man-made form as I travel; subconscious spatial navigation, a built-in recognition of landmark patterns. The time of day, the intensity and type of light and weather - all affect the colours, contrasts and textures of these layered planes, allowing them to shift and jump in and out of sight. A Drive in Three Dimensions captures, among other things, the fleeting glimpses of my daily commute.