Live In The Atrium: Jacob Dennis & Neil Erickson

Ages 16 and up
Saturday, July 29
Doors: 8:30pm Show: 9pm

Tickets $12 in advance/ $15 once doors open


Born in 1953 in Northern Alberta, Canada / raised in the Peace River region of British Columbia. Erickson moved to Vancouver in 1972 and enrolled in the UBC Fine Arts Program 1973 Erickson attended the Vancouver School of Art now known as Emily Carr University of Art and Design Commissions: Delta, British Columbia, Mayor’s Office; South Delta Baptist Church; Urban Gardener Donations: 1997 British Columbia Children's Hospital. Erickson's holiday greeting card "Jumping for Joy" raised $40,000. He has hosted several educational sessions, in the form of teaching classes for the Delta Arts Council and via broadcast television. Neil Erickson’s works are enjoyed by corporate and private collectors throughout Canada and internationally. Neil moved to Vernon, B.C. with his wife Sherrie, and two children; Jessie & Axel, in 2006 where he put his painting on the back burner for several years to renovate a 1935 heritage home and property. Erickson established a studio space for his art and a yoga studio for Sherrie. His plans are to open an art school at his location next spring. Additionally, Neil and Sherrie host guests in their guest house “Little House on Pottery Road” and concerts of touring Canadian musicians. A creative couple, a creative life! EXHIBITIONS: 2015 Neil Erickson Gallery – Studio ‘E’ 2015 Splash of Red Caetani House 2014 Splash of Red Caetani House 2014 Lake Country Artwalk 2012 Splash of Red Caetani House 2011 Splash of Red Caetani House 2008 November Pottery Road Art Studio 1997 September Marshall Clark Gallery Delta 1997 May Java Man Delta 1994 May Waterline Studio Delta 1993 May Waterline Studio Delta 1991 August Queen Elizabeth Theatre Art Gallery Vancouver 1990 June Waterline Studio Delta 1989 November Waterline Studio Delta 1988 September Surrey Art Gallery Surrey 1988 August LaRaffinage Vancouver 1986 November Waterline Studio Delta 1983 March Paperworks Gallery Vancouver 1982 October Tonis Gallery White Rock 1981 March Barroco Gallery Vancouver 1980 October Robson Square Media Centre Vancouver Sell Out
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