A Showcase of Northern Lights and Local Colours

Madrona Gallery, an historic and contemporary fine art gallery at 606 View Street in downtown Victoria, presents works from two exquisite painters in March and April.

In Halin de Repentigny’s first solo exhibition in Victoria, “Northern Light,” the artist has put together a collection of work that captures an intimate view of his experience living in the Yukon. De Repentigny is known for applying lush, fluid brushwork and a vivid pallet to Klondike locales.

De Repentigny’s exhibition will be on display until April 4.


Halin de Repentigny | Main Cabin | 20 x 30, oil on canvas

In Nancy Ruhl’s second solo exhibition at Madrona Gallery, “Victoria, Colours In Time,” the artist had built a series of new paintings based on the ever changing landscape of Victoria. This collection reflects on Ruhl’s passion for painting what she sees and her desire to capture the colour, heritage and style of the city.

Ruhl’s exhibition runs April 11 to April 25.


Nancy Ruhl | James Bay Duo | 24 x 24, oil on canvas