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By Ruth Rodgers The Pastel Journal magazine has been the single most important resource for me as I developed my skills as a pastel artist over the past dozen years. I have every issue since its inception and I have written a number of articles for...

Come see us at the Public Market this May for our three day show. See new work by our Landing Artists: Diane Clark, Trisha Joel, Ed Hill, Anna Green, Ruth Rodgers, Leif Kristian Freed, Brian Romer, Coralie Swaney, Charmaine Bayntun, Cheryl Kehoe and Kim Hadley   ...

The Landing Artists member Ruth Rodgers received an Honourable Mention award for her pastel piece Knock Three Times at the Federation of Canadian Artists' 'Works on Paper' exhibition in February 2018. This piece is one of Ruth's series depicting Pacific Northwest birds--see more here....

A FESTIVE LANDING Gallery Show & Sale Come see us at GPAG (Gibsons Public Art Gallery) 431 Marine Drive, lower Gibsons for the month of December. We are so pleased to be back there again. The show starts December 5th and goes to December 23rd. 11-­‐4 Daily -...

The Landing artists welcome new member, Cheryl Kehoe. Cheryl creates lovely lamps from shiny, vintage items like cameras, tripods, kitchen appliances, toys and other quirky materials. Cheryl will be at our December show, so check her out!...

Our artists are nose-to-the-grindstone creating new works for our first major pop-up show of the year! Entitled "A Spring Landing", this show and sale will run for three days - MAY 19th, 20th & 21st from 10am to 6pm (4pm on Sunday) at the newly...

We are super excited to welcome two established artists into our fold. Brian Romer's vibrant landscapes echo the beauty of the Sunshine Coast.  He has a great sense of humour (check out his portfolio page) and he strives to keep his art fun. Leif Kristian Freed is...

Our first major pop-up show for the year will be held on the May 2017 long weekend - May 19th, 20th, & 21st  at the newly opened Gibsons Public Market. This will be the first opportunity for our new members to "flex their Co-operative muscles" and...