Aurelia Jacobsen

Aureliaâs friendly studio gallery offers cheerful and vibrant acrylic paintings combined with calligraphy, original stories and poems, limited edition prints, black and white studies and cards.

Discover in paint and rhyme - B.C. seascapes, landscapes, churches and still life, abstract and figurative work.

Aurelia is an active member of the Federation of Canadian Artists, the Arts Council of the Saanich Peninsula, the Arts Council of Greater Victoria and a founding member of the Arts and Cultural Highway. She is represented by the Lighthouse Gallery in Victoria, the Brentwood Bay Gallery and the Genoa Bay Gallery.

Located moments from Butchart Gardens near the corner of Wallace and Greig.

Thumbail images: "Lady's Leg", Young Arbutus and Ocean Spray, Brentwood Bay, BC. "Lemon Moon at Gabriola Pass, Gulf Islands, BC". "A Peaceful Place" - St. Stephen's, Saanich Peninsula, BC.
Red Rock Crab and Rosti - The Feast is in the Making - As seen on the cover of The Art Guide to BC.
Acrylic on Canvas

Limited Edition Print of 200 available - high quality Fine Art Reproduction Lithograph on heavy archival paper - please click "buy online" button.

Poem printed along border. Ready to hang in standard 20x24 inch frame (no mat required). Comes with certificate of authenticity and story describing the scene.
Happy Birthday Oma
Mixed Media on Watercolour Paper

Accompanied by poem and story

Thumbnail images:

Emerald Trail Out - Sea Escapes Kayaks, Brentwood Bay, BC

The Little Mermaid - Commission
Acrylic on Canvas
Festival of Trees
Victoria Conference Centre, Victoria BC
Acrylic on Watercolour Paper

Accompanied by story

Thumbnail images: "Kissing Cousins". White Shell Beach, Pender Island, BC

Accompanied by Story

Spring Blush, Moss St., Victoria, BC - Commission

Cherry Trees, Victoria, BC. When you look close, it's amazing that flowers sprout directly from those harsh branches. Painting accompanied by story.
Large image: "de Pol Christmas Odyssey", Victoria, BC. For over 15 years, the de Pol family on Wallace Drive in Saanich, Victoria has intrigued and delighted my family and the neighbourhood with their evolving Christmas display. Painting is accompanied by story.

Thumbnail image left: "Shining Circle", Holy Trinity Church on Pat Bay, BC. Holy Trinity Anglican was the first church built in North Saanich. It was raised in 1884 and dedicated and opened for service by Bishop Hills in 1885. Painting accompanied by story.

Thumbnail image right: "Mount Newton, Daffodils and Doctors", Saanich Peninsula, BC. William Woodsworth in his poem The Daffodils, delights in the discovery "Along the margin of a bay" of "a host of golden daffodils... ten thousand... tossing their heads in a sprightly dance." Painting accompanied by story.

Contact Aurelia Jacobsen

928 Greig Avenue, Brentwood Bay, V8M 1A1, British Columbia
Phone (250) 544-1299   

by chance or by appointment



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