Tactile Memory June 10 to August 23, 2019

Tactile Memory   June 10 to August 23, 2019
Exhibiting new work at Art Rental & Sales operated by the Vancouver Art Gallery

Artist Talk: Tuesday, July 16, 7pm

750 Hornby Street
Annex Bldg, 1st floor
Vancouver, BC
V6Z 2H7

Showroom hours:
Mon–Fri: 10am–5pm 
Tuesday evenings by appointment    
Closed Statutory Holidays 

Visit the Art Rental & Sales Showroom on the main floor annex of the Vancouver Art Gallery. Entry is free to the general public. See Reception for access.


VGH + UBC Hospital Foundation

Work commissioned for the VGH + UBC Hospital Foundation, Vancouver BC

Another Day in Paradise
Acrylic on panel
48x36 inches


Benefit and Culture Crawl Festival Launch
Saturday, November 4, 2017 - 18:00
The Arts Factory
281 Industrial Ave

To celebrate 21 years of art creation, the Eastside Culture Crawl Society (ECCS) is hosting Take Flight – a benefit and launch party for the 2017 Culture Crawl festival.

6pm - 8:30pm
Private ticketed reception with cocktails, canapes, silent auction, Crawl Art Roulette featuring 26 original artworks, 2017 program guide launch and more! Food by Dalina and beer by Strange Fellows Brewing.
Tickets: $55 + GST

8:30pm - 10pm
Public opening for LIT Preview Exhibit featuring 2017 Culture Crawl artists (no host bar)

Artwork generously donated by: Ellen Bang, Elizabeth Barnes, Sandra Bilawich, Galen Felde, Sibeal Foyle, Louise Francis-Smith, Lee Gerlach, Sarinah Haba, Melk, Michael Griffin, MTH Woodworks, Eve Leader, Carylann Loeppky, Kari Kristensen, Kate MacDonald & Les Sears (K8L35), Alistair MacRae, Ewan McNeil, Pilar Mehlis, Shari Pratt, Esther Rausenberg, Connie Sabo, Lori Sokoluk, Richard Tetrault, Elizabeth Topham, Charlene Vickers, and Jerry Whitehead 

Galleries West - exhibition press

Galleries West - exhibition press
Sarinah Haba: A Fine Line

Jun 6, 2017 to Jun 19, 2017
Elevation Gallery 729 Main Street, Canmore, Alberta T1W 2B2

“A Fine Line” A stunning new show featuring Vancouver artist Sarinah Haba.

Sarinah lives and works in Vancouver BC where she is part of the Portside Studios artist co-op. Her paintings are inspired by the industry and changing architecture of this location. Built through sketching, direct observation, and influenced by sounds and scents of the area.

This is a wonderful new body of work, mixing both wildlife and architectural imagery.
- Galleries West