Lana Hart - President 

Shane Rochon - Vice President

Judy Vanderveen - Treasurer  

Alana Evans - Director 

Marlo Browne - Director
Marlo Browne is a Barbadian poet and author who self-published 3 books in 2019, 2021, and 2022. He is currently working on his fourth book entitled 'The Life and Times of a Poet'. He has participated in open mics both in his native country of Barbados as well as in Langley, New Westminster, and Vancouver. In 2020, he placed third with his poem John Keats in an online competition that was based on '16 days of activism against domestic abuse.” His first two books- Pictorial: Writing for Stars that Want to return to Constellations and Marlo Browne Presents: The Young and Gifted have received 5-star reviews on Amazon. All 3 of his books can be found on Amazon as well as the UEL. 

Anita Klein - Director

Anita attended two years of the Fine Arts Program at the Emily Carr College of Art and received her Associate Degree in Art & Design from Kwantlen College. After working as a commercial artist and designer for ten years, Anita returned to fine arts, teaching art and as demo artist. Working in a variety of mediums, her award-winning artwork is collected internationally. Subjects for her art are varied but her love of horses, nature and the western life remain a favourite for her paintings and drawings. Anita’s cartoons have been recognized by the Academy of Western Artists and awarded Anita the 2015 Cartoonist of the Year Award, presented in Fort Worth, Texas. She is a member and past president of Cowboy Cartoonists International and an Active member of the Federation of Canadian Artists. Anita currently works from her home studio in Cloverdale, BC. 

David Johnson - Director
David Johnson is a graphic artist who works with pen and ink, watercolour, and digital mediums. He has a computer graphics and software development background, which he utilizes in his projects. He is an avid comic book and manga reader and enjoys stop motion and various types of animation.

Diane Gendron - Director
Diane Gendron retired, several years ago, from the corporate world where she was a communications manager. She lives on a little property in Langley with her three cats surrounded by a big yard with flower and vegetable gardens. While yard work and gardening are not her favourite thing to do, she likes the results. She has two children, two grandchildren, and many friends. She has been lucky to have done quite a bit of traveling and now goes to Mexico a couple of times a year to visit her daughter. Diane's mom was a singing and piano teacher in Langley and Diane started singing onstage when she was three at her mother's recitals. She has continued to be onstage throughout her life: singing, modeling, and acting in community theatre productions around the province. She is currently delighted to be making music: singing and playing her bass guitar in a four-piece rock band called KatMoon.

Suzanne Erickson - Director 

Suzanne Erickson is a multi-discipline artist and professional engraver whose work synthesizes ideas and techniques developed over a long and varied career in art. Suzanne started a successful business working with high-level fashion and fragrance companies, engraving perfume, and cosmetic products. With a continued interest in sculptural art and fascinated by the natural beauty, and historical importance of gourds, Suzanne has found a new medium in one of the world's earliest cultivated plants. The masterful carving, painting, weaving, pyrography, and embellishment found in her work, recalls an earlier time when these objects were treasured as possessions of noble people who were deeply connected to the earth.

LAC Office Staff

Claire Sarfeld - Executive Director
Nicole Hutton - Office Manager & Bookings Coordinator 

Mimi Sayvong - Arts Coordinator  
Florance Wang - Gallery Coordinator

Neil Mcnernie - Building Maintenance