Des visages means “Faces” in French and is Bertie’s first collection of paintings. This style is heavily influenced by a painting in Bertie’s life growing up: a face made up of bold reds, greens, and yellows. This piece followed Bertie’s family as they moved from Quebec to British Columbia. To learn more about this influence, make sure to check out the show!
It is being shown at the Victoria Tool Library from November 2 to December 12 2023. Find the entrance at 750 Fairfield Rd.
Art show featuring works by Dana Johnson and Bertie
November 2 - December 12
During the Victoria Tool Library’s and SUPPLY Victoria’s open hours:
✨ Sundays 10am - 4pm
✨ Tuesdays 6pm - 8pm
✨ Thursdays 11am - 8pm
✨ Fridays 11am - 4pm
✨ Saturdays 10am - 6pm
750 Fairfield Rd, Victoria, BC V8W 2H1
The five pieces in Bertie's collection Des visages will be showcased in the entrance of the Victoria Tool Library alongside works by Dana Johnson.
Dana Johnson (She/He/They)
working on the unceded WSÁNEC territory
Dana is an interdisciplinary artist, whose work is inspired by the relationships between animate and inanimate objects. In their free time, Dana can be found pulling out invasive species, sowing seeds, and playing in garbage.
For more info check out: danajohnson.neocities.org
residing on unceded WSÁNEC and
Bertie is a non-binary Québécois.e artist and photographer that thinks too much, feels loudly and strongly, and is addicted to vulnerability. All these things are the fuel for their creative process and they hope that their work will make you feel and think things too.
*Stay tuned for more info about a reception for this show on December 9th! We hope to see you there :)