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Two Rivers Gallery works hard through its exhibitions and programs to provide experiences with art that are engaging and challenging. In fashioning our exhibition program, the Gallery seeks to incorporate work by established or senior artists, and to address topics that are familiar to our viewers, thus creating effective vehicles through which to explore issues in Contemporary Art.

At times, work by artists addressing similar themes or processes are exhibited together in order to establish a greater contextual framework for it, while at other times our Permanent Collection provides the basis for a show.


  • David Thauberger, Last Load, Grand Trunk Pacific

    A series of paintings commissioned by George Killy and painted by David Thauberger, known as the Prince George Paintings has been borrowed to make the occasion of Prince George's 100th anniversary. It includes paintings of buildings some of which no longer exist.

  • Jeff Molloy, Two Minutes. 2010. Mixed Media assemblage. Shown open and closed.

    Jeff Molloy's work pulls together an interest in ritual and Canadian history using found objects, encaustic and cheesecloth: part sculpture, part painting, part assemblage.

  • Work in Progress: John Makowsky, Possessions. 2015. Laser cut MDF and 3D printing.

    Made It. MakerLab 2RG showcases the maker movement, our strong maker community and collaboration. Come play in this exhibition and see the innovative, quirky and wonderful work that is being made every Thursday night at MakerLab 2RG.

  • Karl Mattson. LIFE POD. 2012.

    In our Sculpture Court, you may find a strange and wonderful object. This is Karl Mattson's LIFE POD - a self contained breathing apparatus made out of recycled oil and gas industry detritus. Check it out until Summer 2015.

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Once you have visited the exhibitions and learned more about the artists, we encourage you to roll up your sleeves!

Head to our ‘make art make sense’ area and follow the artist’s lead. Use the materials provided in the studio to create your own works of art inspired by the exhibiting artist, drawing on the themes introduced in the exhibitions or playing with similar materials.

 

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