Rabbit Dreams of the Shapeshifter: Step into the fantastical imagination of The Bubba.
Show opens: Thursday, February 28th, 2019
Artist Reception with cash bar & complimentary nibbles: Thursday, March 26th, 7 pm.
Exhibit continues until February 26th. Zombies traverse snow mountain forests, circus freaks drink cheap liquor in the backs of rusty circus caravans, sexually augmented serial killers get resurrected by drunk space aliens, Hoss Cartwright kills Vampires in an ancient sunless valley, a devil rabbit hunts an evil puppet in the apocalyptic city of Detroit. Welcome to Bubba Town. The home of songwriter and visual artist Troy Bubba Cook. From his compound beneath the Rocky Mountains, he produces a vast array of songs, art, film, theatre, and writing.
Troy’s current work revolves around a vocabulary of themes he has developed over the last several years incorporating words into the works as a counterpoint or to accentuate the function of what is occurring in the work.The pieces have been developed around levels of technique. Going from detail to a more instinctual approach. Troy has been fascinated with themes varying from Delta Blues music, boxing, the downtrodden aliens to his usual themes.
2019 Gallery Shows:
Until January 1st: Joey Kosolofski - Searching for a Ground
January 3rd - 29th: Liza Gareau Tosh - A Wonderous Whole
January 31st - February 26th: Alysha Clarke - Reflection of Spring
February 28th - March 26th: Troy Bubba Cook - Rabbit Dreams of the Shape Shifter
March 28th - April 23rd: Jocelyn Mudry - Touch Stones
April 25th - May 28th: Donna Bilyk - Fernie Through My Artistic Filter
May 30th - June 25th: David Pantuso - Images with a Twist
June 27th - July 30th: Tessa Stanley - The Simple Things
August 1st - 27th: Lindsay Dew - Out of Range
August 29th - September 24th: Peggy Black - Abstracts & Other Thoughts
September 26th - October 29th: Beth Gallup & Roni Jergunsen - Birds, Burgers & Baking
October 31st - November 26th: Jennifer Van Popta - But, Do You See In Colour?
November 28th - December 24th: Liane - The Emotional Distortion of the Canadian Landscape