Two artists will open and talk about their new shows at Port Coquitlam’s Leigh Square on Thursday.
David Carey is exhibiting A Boy’s Dream, which recreates his childhood imaginations of flying machines and cartoon characters springing to life.
Carey uses captions from the Harry Golding book “The Wonder Book of Aircraft” as inspiration for his photographic series. His display is up in The Outlet Gallery at Leigh Square.
Vladimir Kolosov presents Visions from the Subconscious, a group of paintings that capture lost times and opportunities. His work can be seen in the Michael Wright Art Gallery, at Leigh Square.
The art show launches begin at 4 p.m. on Jan. 21 via Zoom. Register by emailing email@example.com.
Also Thursday, Ghislain Brown-Kossi will speak about his new exhibit up at PoMoArts (formerly the Port Moody Arts Centre).
His virtual talk and tour of the show, titled Are We Still Together?, look at how people interact with each other, and how social relationships change. His display is on until Feb. 13.
Go to the PoMoArts Facebook site to tune in for his chat, which starts at 7:15 p.m.