Saturday, March 04, 2023

Small Expressions at the Café

Until March 28, Art Saturna presents a selection of works in several media.
You are invited to the opening and artist reception on Saturday, March 4, 3:30 - 5 pm, to meet the artists. 

Small Expressions, a group show
March 2 - 28, 2023

Artist reception, Saturday March 4, 3:30 - 5 pm

Saturna Café
101 Narvaez Road

Red Warning, textile art © Donna-Fay Digance

Friday, January 27, 2023

Please join Annika and Jane for Opening of The Covid Gallery on January 28th.    3.30 - 5.00pm.  The Café.   Exhibition runs till near end of February.  

Friday, December 09, 2022

Did you miss the ArtSaturna Studio Tour in August?

Catch up with a look inside the Studio Tour Community Hall venue....

Nettie Adams photographs

Colleen Sheridan paintings

Andree Fredette photographs  and Ellen Bourassa textiles

 Denise Kuzyk cards  and Colleen Sheridan wooden houses and cards

Denise Kuzyk drawings

Andree Fredette photograph

Watch for the 2023 Tour dates.   Don't miss out next year!

Thursday, December 08, 2022

 ArtSaturna--In a Group


Each month all year ArtSaturna, a group of visual artists working on Saturna Island, installs shows by different member artists here at the Saturna Café. For the 2022 finale, ArtSaturna is pleased to present works by various of its members.


The mediums of these artworks differ; the subject matter is varied; the styles are individual. The thread that links them is the ArtSaturna group itself.  Artists, individual, independent, and sometimes solitary, find comaraderie and support together.  ‘In a Group’ celebrates this collective.


As 2022 closes, ArtSaturna invites you to enjoy this show and look forward to the new shows of 2023.

Tuesday, November 15, 2022

 At the Cafe this month, see Accent on Green, textile artworks in a green theme by Andrée Fredette and Ellen Bourassa.

Stop by and take a closer look...


Sunday, November 13, 2022

Community art project: Done!

Colleen and Robyn, the leaders of this mural project, returned to Hunter Field and completed the work during a break in the rain.

Who will get there first to take selfies?

Making progress!

On a beautiful sunny afternoon, several artists got together for a paint-in.
The mural is really coming to life.

Following that lovely afternoon, the forecast predicts rainy days ahead.
It's just a pause, though. The artists will get back to finish the project
as soon as the weather clears. Stay tuned for updates!