Gala Art Sale 

“Everyone Needs a Home”
Artwork inspired by the 50 Women of Options Campaign
Supporting Affordable Housing

How it Works

ORDERING

Please contact Ginny Hasselfield at 604.813.6409 or ginny.hasselfield@options.bc.ca to place your art order.

PAYMENT

You may make your payment by cash or credit card either over the phone or at the Gala. Prices include GST.

PICKUP

Your art piece will be available at the Gala during the Art Sale. Please come to the Art Sale desk to claim your painting.

Bonny Moy - 50 Women of Options
notes from an artist

 

Whether the day is dazzling with blue skies or muted grey, I am always entertained by the ‘fierce’ creations of nature, surrounding us, right here in Surrey and White Rock.

In this exhibit, I hope you recognize some of the locations and events throughout Surrey. Watching the Options Building in progress, hope you enjoy the abstracted promise!

Your investment in these paintings will support a safer and healthier community when everyone finds a home.

Group A

SIZES: 24 to 150 sq. in.
PRICE: $50 incl. gst

Please click on each image to view the full painting.

Group B

SIZES: 150 to 400 sq. in.
PRICE: $150 incl. gst

Please click on each image to view the full painting.

Group C

SIZES: 400 to 600 sq. in.
PRICE: $250 incl. gst

Please click on each image to view the full painting.

Group D

SIZES: 600 to 2000 sq. in.
PRICE: $300 incl. gst

Please click on each image to view the full painting.

How to Purchase

ORDERING

Please contact Ginny Hasselfield at 604.813.6409 or ginny.hasselfield@options.bc.ca to place your art order.

PAYMENT

You may make your payment by cash or credit card either over the phone or at the Gala. Prices include GST.

PICKUP

Your art piece will be available at the Gala during the Art Sale. Please come to the Art Sale desk to claim your painting.

Meet the Artists

Bonny Moy - 50 Women of Options

Bonnie Moy

Bonnie Moy is a lifetime and award recipient artist. Many of her paintings go into local organizations raising money for good causes.

Growing up in Surrey, when it was mostly bush, a gigantic natural playground for the children of the ‘Baby Boom’. “As kids we were instructed to go out to play, and not to come back into to the house other than for lunch, or ‘life threatening injuries’, (which were cured by the words, ‘shake it off’) At dust, someone’s mom would call, “Time to come in” ! Being nurtured by local nature has influenced my work.”

Working at Eaton’s Department Stores, in the Visual Presentation Dept. as a window dresser, installing seasonal Christmas decorations, and special events for many years.

This job was a way for Bonnie to create art in display and entertainment daily.

In 1992, she became a REALTOR with Homelife Benchmark Realty in South Surrey, White Rock.

In 2014 the Fraser Valley Real Estate Board made her the recipient of the John Armeneau Award Professional of the Year award. As she had helped establish the REALTY Watch Program wherein the RCMP will notify over 10,000 lower mainland REALTORS when they need help looking for missing persons, via our communications systems, ie cell phones and texts. Her experience with marketing skills and Interior Design training enabled her to help clients present homes at their best in a 30 year career.

Bonny Moy - 50 Women of Options

Laura Barnes

Member of the White Rock Art Society, Confederation of Artists and Semiahmoo Arts, Laura has worked and lived in White Rock since 1987, painting and selling her art since then.

Her inspiration for most of her Acrylic Paintings has come from living and traveling across Canada, and the world. Laura’s favorite subjects are those just participating in e everyday life. Her love of art was influenced by her mother, aunt, and sister, all accomplished artists.

llynnbarnes@gmail.com
Bonny Moy - 50 Women of Options

Zsuzsa Vitalis

Based in Vancouver B.C.
604 682 2291
603-1501 Howe St.
Vancouver BC V62P8

Bonny Moy - 50 Women of Options

Gaye Adams

My paintings are not difficult to understand; they are merely an exploration of that which brings me joy, and makes my heart skip a beat.

Gayeadams.com
Rosemary Wallace - 50 Women of Options

Rosemary Wallace

Rosemary Wallace has been involved with Langley City for more than 25 years, contributing on many levels from volunteering in coaching, the arts, facilitating murals and helping at soup kitchens and fundraising events to serving as a school trustee and city councillor. She is also a freelance photographer, musician, and visual artist.

Rosemary is passionate about affordable housing because she has experienced the challenges to find housing firsthand. She was part of our 2021 Women of Options.

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