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  • Library and Archives Canada Cataloguing in Publication (Is this correct?) Curated by Kimberly Phillips Catalogue of an exhibition held at the Gordon Smith Gallery of Canadian Art from May 7 to August 20, 2017 ISBN 978-0-9937714-5-3 (paperback)
  • Library and Archives Canada Cataloguing in Publication Curated by Patrik Andersson Catalogue of an exhibition held at the Gordon Smith Gallery of Canadian Art from May 13 to August 26, 2017 ISBN 978-0-9937714-4-6 (hardcover) Published: The Gordon & Marion Smith Foundation for Young Artists
  • A major monograph on the life and work of Gordon Smith. Authors: Ian Thom, Roald Nasgaard, Ian Wallace and Daina Augaitis Catalogue of an exhibition held at the Gordon Smith Gallery of Canadian Art from May 6 to August 27, 2016 ISBN 978 | 908966 49 0 (harback) Black Dog Publishing www.blackdogonline.com
  • A 40 minute Documentary in High Definition, which reveals an artist in the twilight of his life and at the pinnacle of his career and offers a definitive view of his philosophy and approach to his work. The film follows this prolific artist as he seeks the interplay between what is directly taken from the landscape and what is intrinsically his own response to it - a key dynamic in his work. We hear, in his own words, his story of growing up in England, coming to Canada, fighting in the war and eventually setting in Vancouver to paint and teach. We hear him describe his process and sources of inspiration as he paints in his studio and walks along the beach near his home in West Vancouver. The Reflective Canvas is a poignant and informative look at the life of a great artist, his work, and the positive impact he has had on the people around him.
  • Library and Archives Canada Cataloguing in Publication Catalogue of an exhibition held at the Gordon Smith Gallery of Canadian Art from May 7 to August 23, 2014 Text in English and Chinese ISBN 978-0-9937714-0-8 (paperback) Published: The Gordon & Marion Smith Foundation for Young Artists
  • Library and Archives Canada Cataloguing in Publication Contributors: Robert Davidson, Astrid Heyerdhal, Ian M. Thom, Peter Macnair, Jay Stewart, Yolande Martinello Catalogue of an exhibition held at the Gordon Smith Gallery of Canadian Art from May 22 to August 29, 2015 ISBN 978-0-9937714-1-5 (harback) Published: The Gordon & Marion Smith Foundation for Young Artists
  • Haida Gwaii Singers Anthology the Haida Gwaii Singers Society provide contemporary renditions of archival songs, demonstrating that Haida musical traditions continue to reflect the culture and are alive and vibrant. Disc one: GUUD SAN GLANS, Eagle of the Dawn. Robert Davidson Disc two: GUUJAAW, guujaaw Disc three: LALAXAAYGANS, Beautiful Sounds. Terri-Lynn Williams-Davidson Disc four: HAIDA GWAII SINGERS. Reg Davidson, Robert Davidson, Guujaaw, Marianne Jones, Terri-Lynn Williams-Davidson The Haida Gwaii Singers Anthology Book contains translations and photographs or ceremonial masks.
  • This Limited Edition Collector Box contains both Archival and Contemporary box-sets or rich and inspiring traditional music, including 11CD's, 3 bonus CD's and 2 books. Haida Gwaii, the Islands of the People (the Queen Charlotte Islands), is the home of the Haida Nation. The strength and beauty of these islands have sustained and witnessed the development of a culture rich in artistic and musical traditions for more than ten thousand years. The last forty years has been a period of renaissance in Haida musical and dance traditions. A foundation of less than 30 elders who were 'Holders of Songs' in 1969 supported new singers, so that today almost every Haida child knows Haida songs. However, the vast majority of the songs are seldom brought out of our treasure box of knowledge. Now for the first time, this rich and inspiring music is available to the public. Haida Gwaii Singers Society | www.haidagwaiisingers.ca
  • Tote Bag

    $15.00
    These tote bags are recycled from a City of North Vancouver banner created in partnership with Artists for Kids and several North Vancouver School Board students. Each Tote Bag is different. Your order will be shipped at random. If you would like to pick your own, please visit our gift shop during gallery hours.