Sassy Little Elf Gift show

First annual Christmas gift show.

The Sassy Little Elf gift show will be selling

reasonably priced arts and crafts, perfect for Christmas stockings.

13 local artists and artisans showcasing their work

Jewellery: Rea Harfield
Woodwork: Robert Jakobsen
Ceramics: Lauren Trimble
Accessories: Fred Shaw, Katie Kennedy, Steve Shears Sculptures: Angellos Glaros, Joel A Prevost Paintings: Rod Corraini, Lyle Schultz, A. PrincessPalace, Gerda Hofman, John Hofman

Screen Shot 2018-11-21 at 10.34.01 AM.png

December  2018
Thursday Friday Saturday
6th 7th 8th
13th 14th 15th
20th 21st 22nd

/ from 11am to 5pm /

Past Events

Year of the dog

Lyle Schultz & Joel A Prevost

opening reception
Friday, Nov. 23rd / 5 to 9 pm

meet the artists
Nov. 23rd till 25th / 11 am to 6pm

Greetings,  Joel A. Prevost and Lyle Schultz here, we are excited to announce a new joint exhibition we are presenting in Nanaimo @ VIS Studios. 

Since meeting 16 years ago in Nanaimo, we have both moved around Canada, focusing on our art, and occasionally exhibiting together in Montreal. We decided its time to do a new show together, since we both live on the island again. The main theme of this show is short, sweet and simple, DOGS. We are having fun creating a plethora of strange, sometimes deranged and funny creatures, in both Clay sculptor and Mixed Media painting. We would like to see you at the show. All the info is attached below. Also, in case you are wondering how to make a similar show of your own, we created you a recipe list! 

Lyle Schultz is a visual artist currently residing in Victoria, BC. Since graduating from VisCom in 2003, he has been exhibiting his paintings nationally. As well as painting, Lyle is also very active in Album design, clothing design, music, and writing. Lyle considers Art all one thing, the final goal being film. Some of Lyles career highlights so far include : A Canadian Council for the Arts Award, various film festival awards, BC Arts Council Juror, Album designs for favourite bands, over thousands paintings, hundred shows, and also once paid a months rent by walking around downtown Victoria with paintings tied to his body.