AROUND TOWN (photos): ‘Out of Sight’ a sight to see at Surrey Art Gallery

Exhibit-opening event held Saturday at the Bear Creek Park facility

A view of the art-show opening Saturday (Jan. 21) at Surrey Art Gallery

Surrey Art Gallery opened its door on Saturday evening (Jan. 21) for the launch of its latest exhibits.

The winter art shows there include “Out of Sight,” which focuses on early attempts at capturing motion on film.

CLICK HERE to read more about the art exhibits, and see below for photos taken by Gord Goble at Saturday’s opening event.

A view of Scott Billings’ “A Risky Jump”

Panel discussion with Scott Billings (left, “A Risky Jump), Stephanie Rebick (“Out of Sight” curator from VAG) and Anton Lee (PhD in art history).

Angela and Brian Carruthers.

Local digital artist Sylvia Grace Borda.

Poovanna Cheppudira of Surrey takes some photos of his own.

Surrey-based photographers Dave Beach, Durrah Alsaif, Polly Gibbons, Syby Abraham, Scarlet Black and Kenneth Yuen.

Surrey City Councillor Judy Villeneuve.

SAG Association member Lesley Tannen checks out the photos.


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