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Kids' art show, Primary Colours, now on at the Hearth Gallery

First annual Primary Colours exhibit runs March 25-April 12
Computer image of a blue bird with wings open
Watch for Trey's digital artwork of a blue bird titled: Bird... thingy. The artworks and Art Cards that are sold as part of this exhibit will overall go towards creating more creative opportunities for Bowen Island youth in the classroom and in the community!

Everyone has a little bit (or a lot) of creativity to share. And learning art at school includes exploring a variety of mediums, from crayons to clay, from paint to photography as part of learning visual communication and as a way to creatively express and explore their curiosity.

The Hearth Gallery is providing their gallery space for these budding artists to display their refreshing artwork., and to share their original, quirky, out-of-box pieces for all to see.


Upside down photo of TreyThis photo of Trey was taken on a class walking field trip and shows that students are looking at things in new ways: including upside down! Students went to the Killarney Meadows to draw inspiration from the past and present to create artworks for the Primary Colours exhibit at the Hearth Gallery.


This is the first year for the new Primary Colours Art Show, a collaboration between Bowen Island Community School and the Hearth Gallery. Many, many, many original art pieces from the students from BICS will fill the walls at the Hearth for all to enjoy from March 25 to April 12 (we are open Thursday to Monday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.). The show is also hosted virtually on our website. And if you are up for a small covid-friendly Artist pARTy, join us outside on our cultural corner patio on Saturday April 3 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. for an afternoon of music by DJ Yeshe and the art from our Kids From the Rock.

If you’d like to support all the great work the Hearth (Bowen Island Arts) does, please consider purchasing an annual family membership by visiting

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