Category: Vancouver art

15 Nov

Artists To Visit During the 21st Annual Culture Crawl

I’m not participating in this year’s Eastside Culture Crawl, but I am excited to tour around and visit those who are. These are a very small selection of the artists I’m hoping to visit this weekend.           The Eastside Culture Crawl begins tomorrow and continues until Sunday evening at 6pm. Visit […]

06 Oct

The Tree of Life At Lipont Place

These are photos of some of the wonderful art in Tree of Life at Lipont Place in Richmond. I went to see it last weekend and left feeling super excited and inspired by all of the incredible work. It’s a traveling show predominantly featuring textile art by fifty-eight master artists from twenty Asian countries. From […]

25 Sep

Sculptural Work by Mo Kelman

I attended a lecture by Mo Kelman at the beginning of September as part of Maiwa School of Textiles fall schedule, when they bring in a new round of out of town speakers to teach and talk. Kelman is an interesting choice for Maiwa because while she does use textiles in her work, her approach […]

08 Sep

Portrait Lab and Drawing with Thread

I went to see the latest show at the Craft House on Granville Island yesterday evening. It features the embroidery work of Eleanor Hannan, as she explores the subject of portraiture and uses thread and stitching as a tool for drawing. The work is a mix of stitching by hand and machine with lots of […]

30 Aug

Uninterrupted Under The Cambie Bridge

Uninterrupted is a stunning video installation that has been playing under the Yaletown side of the Cambie Street Bridge all summer, in Cooper’s Park. I saw it for the second time last night with friends. The 25 minute video is mapped to the pillars and underside of the bridge, and follows the migration of Pacific […]

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