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EXHIBITIONS

Each year, Le Centre culturel francophone de Vancouver is proud to present five exhibitions of the works of talented francophone and francophile artists from British Columbia, and sometimes from farther afield. These exhibitions give sculptors, painters, photographers and multidisciplinary artists the opportunity to show their work professionally in the library of Le Centre for one or two months.

Each exhibition opens with a public wine and cheese reception, free of charge, where visitors can meet and talk to the artist.

The exhibitions currently showing can be seen during the regular open hours at Le Centre culturel francophone de Vancouver.

 

   

CATHERINE BABAULT - EXHIBITION

Location Le Centre culturel francophone de Vancouver1551, West 7th AvenueVancouver, V6J 1S1

From January 21 to March 4, Le Centre will host an exhibition of the photographic works of Catherine Babault, featuring the artist’s intimate portraits of the natural landscapes and the flora and fauna of the West Coast. Using natural light, Catherine focuses on the details and textures of nature to capture images that are unequivocally unique.

 From January 21 to March 4, Le Centre will host an exhibition of the photographic works of Catherine Babault, featuring the artist’s intimate portraits of the natural landscapes and the flora and fauna of the West Coast. Using natural light, Catherine focuses on the details and textures of nature to capture images that are unequivocally unique. In her work, Catherine’s aim is to draw our attention to the beauty and diversity of our ecosystems, their fragility, and to what extent they rely on us to ensure their preservation. 

Photographer Catherine Babault is a nature photographer based on Vancouver Island and she is the recipient of two national awards. As her work regularly takes her out into the field, Catherine makes it a point of honour not to disturb nature. She does not interfere with the habitat of wild animals, does not lure them with bait, and never harasses them. She does not destroy any vegetation. 

Catherine is also the author of a published book of photography entitled "Vancouver Island Wildlife, a photo journey", which takes us into the heart of the animal and plant life of Vancouver Island. She also holds in-the-field photography workshops.

Visit Catherine on her website www.catherinebabault.com and on Twitter @CatherinBabault

Free.