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Amelia Douglas Gallery

Current exhibit



Greenlinks 2019: Nature Caught My Eye
Photography by Tamara Sale
Displays by the Douglas College Institute of Urban Ecology

Opening reception: Thursday, April 25, 4:30-7:30pm
Live music, refreshments, no-host bar 

April 25 - June 15, 2019

I enjoy photographing insects for several reasons. First is the challenge of image acquisition. Most insects in nature are tiny and in constant motion, which taxes the photographic medium for clarity and detail. Second is the pleasure of studying a really good macro shot to learn about the subject of the photo. Discovering the complexity of a bee’s foot was a revelation for me.  

Third is the interaction with the insect itself during the capturing of the photo. Normally, insects are very skittish and will depart upon any disturbance. So it was a magical moment when a dragonfly I was photographing flew off and then later returned, seemingly presenting me with an ant it had captured. That moment made me tingle!
--Tamara Sale

Monday - Friday 10am-7:30pm
Saturday 11am-4pm
Sunday Closed

The gallery is closed between exhibits

Fourth Floor North, Douglas College
700 Royal Avenue
New Westminster, BC
One block from New Westminster Skytrain Station.

For more information, please contact the Arts Events Officer, or 604-527-5723.

Douglas College Library Digital Archive: Amelia Douglas Digital Living Memory Art gallery


Upcoming Exhibit

City Squares

Mixed media works by 
Judy Villett, John SteilMartha Jablonski-Jones

August 1 – September 14, 2019

Part of the 16th Annual New West Cultural Crawl
Saturday, August 10 and 
Sunday, August 11, 11am-5pm