Category Archives: Judith Currelly Exhibitons

Judith Currelly | Cascadia, 2013, The Reach Gallery Museum

Water Ways 3, 2010

Cascadia Marten Berkman (Yukon), Michael Brophy (Oregon), Judith Currelly (British Columbia), Owen Kydd (British Columbia) and Vanessa Renwick (Oregon)

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Group Exhibition | Resurfacing, 2011

David Bierk

Resurfacing: from private collections November 10 – 30, 2011 Diane Farris Gallery Online exhibition

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Judith Currelly | Waterways, 2010

Waterways 5, 2010

Diane Farris Gallery, Vancouver November 4-27, 2010 Diane Farris Gallery is pleased to present Waterways, a new series of paintings by B.C. artist Judith Currelly. Currelly earned her commercial pilot’s license in 1976. She has since spent many years flying … Continue reading

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Northern Raven, 2009

After the Flood, 2009

Diane Farris Gallery, Vancouver March 12 – 28, 2009 Northern Raven presents new paintings by artist Judith  Currelly that draw attention to the intelligent and often humorous character of  the raven, a strong presence in the far North. As she … Continue reading

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Journeys, 2007

Calving Grounds, 2006

Diane Farris Gallery, Vancouver March 1-31, 2007 A bush pilot for 30 years, Canadian artist Judith Currelly is inspired by the aerial perspective of northern British Columbia, the Yukon and Nunavut. Her elegant and serene oil paintings pay tribute to … Continue reading

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Judith Currelly | Living Systems, 2005

Equinox, 2005

October 6 to October 22, 2005 Preview reception: Wednesday October 5, 6-8pm Diane Farris Gallery, Vancouver, BC I would describe my paintings as being about the land I know. They are an intensely personal response to the places that make … Continue reading

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