Welcome to the North Peace Cultural Centre Gallery. We are honoured to represent many of the Peace Region’s finest artists and artisans, both established and emerging. The artists we represent continually offer the highest quality of work while exploring fresh ideas and ways of expressing themselves.
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May 1, 2020 was the virtual opening of the “Fleeting Moments” Exhibition by the Peace River Chapter Federation of Canadian Artists. A show of beautiful artwork masterfully hosted by Charlie Parslow. The Federation’s Peace River Chapter, is a community of professional and semi-professional artists and art lovers. Its 44 supporting and active members reside in Dawson Creek, Fort St. John, Chetwynd, Tumbler Ridge, Beaverlodge, Grande Prairie and surrounding communities. Visit https://www.peaceriverchapterfca.com/ for the show catalogue and for purchase information and find the Peace River Chapter of the Federation of Canadian Artists on facebook
The physical show was scheduled to open at Peace Gallery North, Fort St John April 3rd but has been postponed due to COVID-19. The Virtual Exhibition and Sale is now live. 30% of the proceeds from this show will be donated to the Fort St. John Food Bank to assist children and vulnerable families during these especially challenging times.
For me, the sky and the atmosphere have always been the most meaningful elements in a landscape. The sky can seem to be an expression of our thoughts, emotions and ideas. Looking up, we can find the beauty, insight, drama and inspiration that colour our everyday lives. – Frances Obie
Open Call to Visual Artists – Deadline to Apply: July 31, 2020 The Artist in Residence (AIR) program will support a visual artist to develop and create a body of work fro a professionally curated exhibition. Priority may be given to BC based artist, however, any artist residing in northeast BC or a visual artist who is a member of an arts council supported by the Peace Liard Regional Arts Council (PLRAC) is eligible to apply.