NEWS

On July 18, EXCAVO celebrates the opening of its doors for the summer season with Field Studies, an exhibition of recent work by Montreal born, London-based artist, Gerald Pedros, curated by Roberta Grosland.

July 18 – Aug 15, 2020
EXCAVO Fine Art
711 Central Ave. London, ON
N5W 3P9
Tel: 519-719-3190

Visit:
Wed – Fri 11AM – 4PM
& by Appointment

25 Visual Artists Discuss Their Work and Share Their Recipes, including the work of participating Artists: Agneta Dolman, Doug Dolman, Patrick Landsley, Gerald Pedros, Leslie Sorochan, Pat Thibert and Jeff Willmore.

RECENT EXHIBITION

Group Exhibition Featuring Francis Caprani, John Lennard, Arnold McBay and Gerald Pedros.

Oct 18 – Dec 14, 2018
Thielsen Gallery
1038 Adelaide St. North London, ON
N5Y 2M9
Tel: 519-434-7681

Visit:
Tues – Fri 11AM – 5PM

MUSE: FEATURED ARTIST

Gerald Pedros (July 1st - August 29th, 2018)

Thank You to Everyone Who Attended The Opening Reception For The Nude

Past Exhibitions

THE NUDE

Gerard Pas  |
Francis Caprani

May 24 – June 16, 2018
Central Studios
711 Central Ave. London, ON

Opening Reception:
Thursday May 24 – 6-9PM at Central Studios

Visit:
Tues – Sat 12PM – 4PM & By Appointment

Conceived and Curated by Gerald Pedros
Presented by EXCAVO Fine Arts
Sponsored by Elgin Contracting

STEAM ROLLER PRINTS

Printed by steamroller at two public events on Granville Island and Chinatown in Vancouver, BC, 2016.

An exhibition of works including a collaborative piece by Jerry Whitehead and Gerald David Pedros produced at that pressing, organized by Creative Cultural Collaborations Society and presented by Duthie Gallery, Salt Spring Island, Vancouver, BC. 

April 13, 14 & 15
Mahon Hall, Salt Spring Island
Hours 10-5 Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Opening Reception:
Friday April 13 – 7PM at Mahon Hall

BIG PRINT CHINATOWN

SUMMER 2016

4’ x 8’ woodcuts, carved on 4’ x 8’ plywood, printed by steamroller.

Background:

During the summer of 2016 in Vancouver, Big Print Chinatown brought together a team of artists and printmakers, carving and printing a dramatic series of 4 ft X 8 ft woodcuts – focused on the richness of Vancouver’s Chinese and Aboriginal cultures – and printing them by steamroller at Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Plaza.

Artists in this series include Corey Bulpitt, Haisla Collins, Kee Toy Joseph, Jeanette Lee, Sharifah Marsden, Gerald Pedros, Susan Point, Connie Sabo, Jerry Whitehead, Sylvia Wong and June Yun.  

Masterminds of the projects:  Esther Rausenberg and Richard Tetrault of Creative Cultural Collaborations Society. www.creativeculturalcollaborations.com

Big Print Chinatown 2016 video:

THE PASSIONATE ARTIST'S PALATE COOKBOOK

25 Visual Artists Discuss Their Work and Share Their Recipes