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Mike Lathrop Artist in Residence at the Victoria Coast Hotel for the Month of November 2020

I am pleased to announce that I am the artist in residence at the Coast Hotel here in Victoria, BC for the month of November.

Due to the pandemic, this year I won’t be painting on site, but there are roughly 40 pieces of my work hanging on the first floor of the hotel and in the attached Blue Crab restaurant. Cards, books and calendars are also on display and available for purchase.

This is the second year I’ve been at the Coast in the month of November, it is a pleasure for me to see my work on display there again this year.

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Mike Lathrop’s Painting Featured in Victoria Signage Kiosk

I am pleased to be announced that one of my paintings, Voluminous Light at Sombrio, was selected to be part of a public art program run by the City of Victoria that features local artists’ work in map and signage kiosks displayed around the city’s downtown.

You can find more information here: https://www.victoria.ca/EN/main/residents/culture/public-art/signage-kiosk-animation.html

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Mike Lathrop’s Paintings on Display at the Parkside Hotel in Victoria, BC

A collection of 8 original paintings and 2 prints will be on display at the Parkside Hotel at 810 Humboldt here in Victoria, BC.

While the hotel is typically only open to guests, I’ve been assured that you anyone may go and have a look at the show. You’ll just need to let the concierge that greets you at the door that’s why you are there.

My work will be there until the end of November this year.

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Federation of Canadian Artists Landscapes 2020 Exhibition

I am pleased to announce that my painting, Gowlland Tod Arbutus has been juried in to the Federation of Canadian Artists (FCA) Show, Landscapes 2020.

To quote Tarin Mead, Fine Art Consultant at the FCA:

Members of the internationally renowned “Group of Seven”, founded our organization 79 years ago. Lawren Harris, Arthur Lismer, and A.Y. Jackson. Their depictions of Canada‚Äôs rugged wind-swept forest panoramas were eventually equated with a romanticized notion of Canadian strength and independence.

With Emily Carr as a member in the West Coast, our founders represent the most important Canadian painters of the early 20th century. The annual Landscapes Exhibition pays homage to the greats while continuing the Canadian tradition of landscape painting in the year 2020.

All the pleasure of strolling through the wilderness – none of the mosquitoes!

You can see the exhibition online, here:
https://federationgallery.com/show/landscapes