- March 18, 1986 to March 29, 1986
"Imagine seven giant flightless birds, like emus made out of straw and chicken wire, with foot-long shocks of straw shooting out ffrom their heads like punk haircuts.... run a sinuous, graceful river of eggshells diagonally across a popcorn beach......a three-minute looped tape of drums and screetching violins that Catherine characterizes as "the sound of thos birds talking and singing."
By Catherine Costello, Violet Costello
artist | 2 ProgramsArtists Catherine Costello
“Violet’s background has been primarily in the visual arts-specifically-painting in 3-D. She also has collaborated with her sister catherine in visual and audio installations. She was born in 1957 in Morpeth-England. She has attendid both the Alberta college of Art and emily Carr College of art between 1975 to 1985-including a self-taught period of creative study. She also makes “”violet Earrings”” which sold at various retail stores throughout Vancouver in the 1980’s-perhaps before and beyond.”
- March 5, 1986 to March 15, 1986
"...figures drawn by seven-year-old Ingrid Gerberick and reprodouced as large paintings by her father, Vancouver artist Ken Gerberick. Viewers will have an opportunity to enter the imaginary world of a child who carefully observes personalities and styles, and to see thie slightly bizarre world enlarged to an easily assessible size. The impact of this unique exhibit is surprising."
By Catherine Costello, Ingrid Gerberick, Ken Gerberick, Violet Costello