Foyer Art Exhibit
The Foyer Art Program provides local artists with a change to display their work. The highly visible space gives artists an opportunity to showcase their work and allows the people of Langley to learn more about our local artists.
The Foyer Art Program submission process has ended for 2017. Submissions for the 2018 program will be accepted in September and October 2017. Please watch this space for a link to the Application Form, or contact the museum for more details.
Current Foyer Artist
Bridge Art Studio
The Langley Centennial Museum is pleased to present the work of David Tribe, Joy Palm, James Schell, Helen Daley, Jeannette Lavallee, and Murray Brounstein from the Bridge Art Studio into our Foyer Art space.
Bridge Art Studio began at the Langley Association for Community Living in 1998 as a small group of individuals who had the desire to develop their artistic skills and to express themselves creatively. Artists' work includes a variety of subject matters and styles including realism, abstractionism and impressionism. Most paintings are done with acrylic paint on canvas. Each artist also experiments with different media, including collage, 3-d sculptural forms, painting on glass, one-of-a-kind cards, and functional art.
Artists show their works at local exhibitions and several also accept commissions. All sales proceeds go to the artists. If you are interested in purchasing art work, contact Jennifer Walton at 604-534-8611 (Ext. 228) or email@example.com.
Upcoming Artists on Display
Langley Centennial Museum