Celebrate summer with us on August 19!
The CCBC Shop has a great promotion to make your summer even better. On August 19, get 20% off all wholesale and consignment items! What’s more is that we will also have demos happening from 10 am – 4 pm just outside the shop, presented by Monica Bennett and Madeleine Chisholm.
Monica Bennett is an accomplished fibre artist,working with handmade felt since 2001, developing a strong foundation of skills in her exploration of felt as a medium. Her work has been displayed at many galleries and juried shows, speaking to her experience as a craft artist. For more on Monica Bennett, please visit her website.
Madeleine Chisholm has amassed a myriad of experience in various mediums as a craft artist, starting with fibre and progressing to jewelry and metalwork. With multiple teaching credits and showcases under her belt, Madeleine has surely proven superior skill as a jewelry artist. To see more of her work, please visit her website.
Erica Leal’s Pop-Up Shop (Aug 19-20)
Be sure to check out Erica Leal’s pop-up shop, open all day on August 19-20. To find out the where the pop-up shop is, come down to the CCBC shop and we can share the secret location with you!
Erica Leal was the winner of the CCBC Earring Show earlier this year, and her various jewelry pieces can attest to such praise. Check out more of her work at her website!
Save the date!
Where: Performance Works, 1218 Cartwright St, Granville Island
When: 7-11 pm February 8th, 2018
Thursday, August 17, 2017 ― Thursday, September 28, 2017
Portrait Lab is about my eclectic interest in the portrait through process, (allowing to evolve without necessarily crafting-not sure), expression, technique, meaning, facial design and structure, materials, scale and drawing. Yet everything in the show is (in one way or another) embroidery, so that too is an element that makes its contribution to the overall […]
Thursday, October 12, 2017 ― Thursday, November 23, 2017
In this exhibition Hope Forstenzer will expand on a theme she has noticed in her sculptures of late: our concept of self versus our physical bodies, and how they are often at odds. We see our moods, beliefs, and our likes and dislikes as “us,” when chemistry often rules how our minds work. If we’re healthy, we’re surprised that eating differently […]