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The Sunshine Coast Arts Centre is a professionally run public art gallery. It is owned and operated by the Sunshine Coast Arts Council, a non-profit society funded by the Sunshine Coast Regional District, the District of Sechelt, the BC Arts Council, our members, private and corporate sponsors and fund-raising events.

The Sunshine Coast Arts Centre is an unique log structure, centrally located at Trail Ave. & Medusa St. in Sechelt. It presents a year-round schedule of exhibits of contemporary art by both local and off-coast artists. With our two exhibiting areas we have up to 12 exhibition timeslots in the year.

For more information email sc_artscouncil@dccnet.com
                          The 2015 Doris Crowston Gallery Shows at a glance

                                   Printed schedule available HERE.



Jan 7- Feb 8 2015 ~ Reception: Wednesday Jan 7, 7 - 9pm
      Friends of the Gallery 2015

Feb 11 - Mar 15 2015 ~ Reception: Saturday Feb 11, 7 - 9pm
      Cindey Riach - Places and Spaces
      George Connell - Oil Spill

Mar 18 - Apr 19 2015 ~ Reception: Wednesday Mar 18, 7 - 9pm
      Suzy Naylor - A Fool's Journey
      Roberta Mauel - Garden

Apr 22 - May 31 2015
      Young Peoples Own Show - Elementary & Secondary

Jun 3 - July 5 2015 ~ Reception: Wednesday Jun 3, 7 - 9pm
      Ursula Medley - Outlooks On A Landscape
      Pete Gynd - Outlooks On A Landscape

Jul 6 - 19 2015 ~ Reception: Wednesday July 8, 1- 2pm
      Rogest Student Art Workshop - July 6 - 8 2015
      Rogest Student Art Exhibition - July 8 - 19 2015

Jul 22 - Aug 23 2015 ~ Reception & Exhibition July 22, 7 - 9 pm
      Sunshine Coast Artists - TBA

Aug 15 - 16 2015
      28th HACKETT PARK Summer Arts & Crafts Fair

Aug 26 - Sept 27 2015 ~ Recepion: Wednesday Aug 26, 7 - 9pm
      Brian Romer - Sechelt, MyWay
      Pat Ridgway - Where I Live

Sept 30 - Nov 1 2015 ~ Reception: Wednesday Sept 30, 7 - 9pm
      Margery Lambert - Memories of a Dancer
      Franca Tesloveanu - Art Dolls, Celebrating Fashion History

Oct 16 - 17 - 18 2015
      Sunshine Coast Art Crawl

Nov 4 - 18 2015 ~ Reception: Wednesday Nov 4, 7 - 9pm
      Artists - TBA

Nov 19 - 20 - 21 2015 ~ Reception:
      Coast Weavers - Fibre Plus Show

Nov 27 - 29 2015 ~
      Christmas Craft Fair ~ details to come

Dec 2 - Dec 20 2015 ~ Reception: Sunday Dec 20, 12:30 - 1:15pm
      Banner Project

Dec 2 - Dec 20 2015 ~ Reception: Sunday Dec 20, 2:30 - 3:30pm
      Young Artist Awards

  To view the archive of past shows CLICK HERE



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October 29 - November 23 2014

Hiroshi Shimazaki From Far & Near

Hiroshi Shimazaki

“Far” in this exhibit centres on images created during twelve visits to India over the last 37 years. For Shimazaki, landscape painting offers “access to revelations of natural process, evocations of history and potentialities of human action embedded in place”.
Sheila Page
Sheila Page

“Near” is the landscape beneath our feet: the importance and complexity of the natural world beneath us. “Humble natural objects on the beach have been shaped by waves and weather into arrangements that reflect the power of their environment.”


October 1 - 26 2014

Jennifer Drysdale Into the Wilderness

Jennifer Drysdale

A recent émigré to the Sunshine Coast, Jennifer Drysdale’s exhibit entitled “Into the Wilderness” is a tribute to her parents’ history of working in the commercial art world. Drysdale’s work is highly influenced by her love for commercial illustration
from the 40’s, 50’s and 60’s.
Rochelle Nehring
The Good Old Boys

Rochelle Nehring

Powell River artist Rochelle Nehring’s exhibit entitled “The Good Old Boys” draws its inspiration from her father. The collection depicts glimpses into the lives of various men, each painting telling a little story and perhaps a little secret about each of the men.