Category: Vancouver art

10 Jul

Tierney Milne’s Happy Cuts

I went to the opening of Tierney Milne’s solo show at Kafka’s Coffee last week, and had a fun time. These are a small selection of two of her paper assemblages, along with two of her laser cut wood pieces. I love how her recognizable style translates so well between materials. Her work makes me […]

12 Jun

Means of Production at Cityscape Gallery

Means of Production opened at Cityscape Community Art Space in North Vancouver last week. It is a show featuring the work of five textile artists working in weaving, rug hooking, and stitching while exploring the value, meaning, and metaphorical possibilities of of making work by hand in a digital age of increasingly rapid advancement. The […]

17 May

Spindle Whorl, The Work of Susan Point

A selection of some of the beautiful work by Susan Point in her exhibition, Spindle Whorl, at the Vancouver Art Gallery. Her design sense is incredible, as is her mastery of many materials and process. The show is a retrospective including many screen prints, and sculptures carved and cast in wood and glass. She is a […]

01 May

Viveka, An Exhibition by Samantha Dickie

Samantha Dickie is a Victoria-based artist creating large scale installations from ceramics, and I recently saw her lovely show Viveka at Seymour Gallery in Deep Cove. The exhibition is now closed but I wanted to share the work because I found it inspiring, and think it is a striking example of contemporary ceramic work that I […]

21 Apr

Vancouver Timeraiser 150

My work will be part of the Timeraiser150 Vancouver happening on Thursday April 27th. I love this event because the work is first purchased from the participating artists and is then auctioned off to potential volunteers in exchange for their time. This year’s series of events are being held across the country in celebration of […]

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