Patricia Haley-Tsui

Local street scenes and backcountry snow
Local street scenes and backcountry snow

Multi-disciplinary Vancouver Artist Patricia Haley-Tsui

Artists Awards include:
– Honourable mention L’Arche of Greater Vancouver, Features in the U.S. publication Fired Arts , Feature Artist, Frame Right Art Shop, Burnaby
– Feature artist at Ben Navaee gallery, Toronto, participant in the National Ballet of Canada’s 150 pointes, and most skilled artist in 2015 Taste and See, Vancouver.
– Imago Mundi Great and North Exhibit, Venice Italy, August-November, 2017
– Above Ground solo exhibit, BC Back country, Toronto, November 2017
– Precious Frog Exhibit, Science World, Sept. 2017 and then travelling exhibit at Science Museums, Canada and United States
– Winner, Vancouver Maple Leaf Art Contest, 2017
– Toronto, 2018, group show, Onsite Gallery, OCAD University, Toronto
– Comor Sports, Christmas card, 2014-2019. Ongoing, but on hold due to Covid.

Ceramic Awards include:
– First Place, 2002, Cloverdale Rodeo Ceramic Competition.First Place, 2003, Cloverdale Rodeo Ceramic Competition.First Place, 2004, Cloverdale Rodeo Ceramic Competition.Honourable Mention, 2003, In pursuit of Tea, Port Moody, Art Competition First Place, 2007, South Burnaby Garden Club Fall Fair entry.
– Numerous shows, Squamish Adventure Center, 2017-2020, Port Moody Art Gallery, 2012-2020, Burnaby Art Council Gallery, 2010-2019 New Westminster Art Gallery in the Park.

– Brooklyn New York Art Library Sketchbook project. I have 2 sketchbooks there
– Vancouver Public Library, Central Branch, sketchbook
– Living Room Art on Burnaby Heights – 2015,2016,2017,2018
– Canada 150 solo show – North Burnaby Neighbourhood House
– Culture Days, North Burnaby 2015,2016,2017,2018

– Group Show Wet End Community Center
– Feature Artist, The Artist Journal, October, 2020

– SFU, The Peak, Aug. 2004, SFU Art Gallery review
– Burnaby Now newspaper, Sept 2005, front page, Heights Insert
– Burnaby Now, various small mentions
– Multicultural tv Channel, news item, 2004
– Summerland Review, Mar. 2003
– Fired Arts, U.S. publication, July 2009
– Burnaby Now, July 2014