Women | Art | Wine

Increasing women's presence as art collectors.

Upcoming Events

All events include : 

  • A private tour of one of the following spaces: an artist studio, an art gallery, or an exhibition opening
  • Curated discussions over wine and appetizers at a pre-arranged local vino venue

 ~~Prices include wine and appetizers~~

Check back at the beginning of each month for a new list of events!

Upcoming Events ...

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JULY 2017

Summer is upon us and let the sun finally begin to shine.

W|A|W will be on the move to relax and unwind, but will be sure to check out the following in a fun informal vibe...xo 



One day only SATURDAY, JULY 15 @ 4pm

Cork It Wine Making

1427 Crown St., North Vancouver, BC

Cost per person: $5

Last year they hosted a couple of Art Jams and since they were so successful, they have decided to host another!

Jewellery, paintings, sculptures, baked goods, honey, crochet, you name it! They want you to join them! All vendors enjoy 100% of the profits of what they sell. Come see what there is!

This event is open to all. Come and support local artisans. There will be something for everyone ;)

Music performances by Henry Young.



Exhibition runs JUNE 23 - OCTOBER 1, 2017

750 Hornby Street, Vancouver, BC

Cost per person: $80 (includes gallery admission, exhibition tour, discussion, wine, and appetizers at a the gallery cafe)

The most important exhibition of French painter Claude Monet’s work in Canada in two decades, Claude Monet’s Secret Garden will trace the career of this pivotal figure in Western art history. Monet’s 1872 painting Impression: Sunrise gave a name to the avant-garde movement of French painters called Impressionism. Together with his peers, Monet’s embrace of modern subject matter and innovative techniques defied the conventions of painting in nineteenth-century Europe, shaping the course of Modern art to come.

This exhibition will present thirty-eight paintings spanning the course of Monet’s long career from the unparalleled collection of the Musée Marmottan Monet, Paris. It will survey the diversity of subjects in his art, from the portrayal of modern life in his early figure studies to the inventive treatment of light in his scenes of the Parisian countryside and views of the River Thames. These works attest to Monet’s dedicated experimentation toward a novel approach to painting, which sought to capture the fleeting appearances and colours conjured by variable light. The exhibition will culminate in a major series of paintings executed in his famous gardens in the French village of Giverny, where Monet lived from 1883 to the end of his life. This series reveals Monet’s astute and sustained visual exploration of plants and water. His distinctive renderings of weeping willows, waterlilies and the Japanese bridge in his garden are among the most iconic imagery in Western painting today. vanartgallery.bc.ca/the_exhibitions/exhibit_claudemonet.html


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