Results - 2018 Nanaimo Fine Art Show
Updated: Jan 29, 2020
2018 Nanaimo Fine Art Show
Sponsored by the Nanaimo Chapter FCA
The Nanaimo Chapter of the Federation of Canadian Artists is pleased to present the 3rd annual Nanaimo Fine Art Show at the Vancouver Island Conference Center. This is a free, family friendly event. The Nanaimo Fine Art Show ran from November 1st to 4th, 2018, exhibiting in the fabulous Dodd Narrows Full Room of the Vancouver Island Conference Centre. 79 paintings were on display by 44 artists in the juried show located in the Dodd Narrows Room. We also have a signature showcase on display in the hallway outside the show room "Piper's Lagoon Lobby" for an extended showcase running Oct. 4-Dec. 6.
The 2018 winners were:
1st place - Sandra Johnman "After the Storm" 2nd place - Sarah Boileau "Schooner Cove Trail" 3rd place - Karen Poirier "Blue Nose" Honorable Mention- Jacqueline Dunn "Maureen Creek 2" Honorable Mention & People's Choice - Joanne Gisbrecht "Birds of a Feather: Beach Murder Mystery" Honorable Mention- Laurel Karjala "Buttertubs 1" Honorable Mention- Ludek Sotola "Oxy"
The following slideshow is of all the paintings exhibited in the juried 2018 Nanaimo Fine Art Show. We also had a un-juried Nanaimo Chapter Signature Member and Juror showcase during the three day show.
2018 Show Sponsors
Platinum Sponsor - $1000 and over
Gold Sponsor - $500 - $999
Silver Sponsor - $250-499
Friend of the Arts - $50-$249
Thank you to all the "Friends of the Arts" for your support.
We would also like to thank the City of Nanaimo for the "Community Vitality Grant" we received this year.
About This Year's Jurors:
Sherry has been watercolour painting for more than 45 years. Her chosen style is termed photorealistic - it combines classic botanical accuracy with an emphasis on light, shadow, shape and colour. Since 1995, she has won awards for her work regionally, nationally and internationally. Currently, Sherry has two paintings included in an international botanical exhibition at the Canadian Museum of Nature in Ottawa; it continues until October of this year. While Sherry has completed hundreds of paintings of native and cultivated plants and flowers, native flora remain her favourite subjects.