District Foyer Gallery

Artist: Emily Tanguay PelchatThe District Foyer Gallery is part of the Art in the Community Programme facilitated by the North Vancouver Community Arts Council in partnership with the District of North Vancouver. This programme enables emerging artists to gain exposure and experience the professional orchestration of an exhibition in a public environment. It also exposes the public to art in non-traditional environments. 

District Foyer Gallery, District Hall of North Vancouver, 355 West Queens Road
District Hall Hours: Monday to Friday 8:00am-4:30pm

Current Exhibition:

Cameron Craig and Karin Taylor at the District Foyer Gallery
District Foyer Gallery
August 17 - October 17, 2016

invite Cameron Craig and Karin Taylor


Cameron Craig
Influenced by portrait painters such as Lucian Freud and Egon Schiele, Cameron Craig’s works can be characterized by intimate scenes of everyday people and places. By taking daily life as a subject matter, Cameron illuminates the beauty of what is commonly seen as mundane, touching on emotional themes including contentment, pensiveness and solitude. cargocollective.com/CamCraig

Karin Taylor
A Dutch born wildlife artist currently residing in Vancouver, Karin loves to work with unusual canvases and materials ranging from huge boulders to wood cellulose and wild turkey feathers. For over 15 years she exhibited her feather and 3D art at the Western Art Show of the Calgary Stampede and she has done TV specials for HGTV and Chinese/Canadian TV. Currently she hand sculpts wildlife statues out of wood cellulose and creates wildlife paintings in acrylics and mixed media.  karintaylorart.com


North Vancouver District Hall
355 West Queens Road
Mon-Fri 8:00am-4:30pm