Category: Vancouver art

16 Aug

Regeneratus at Seymour Art Gallery

I thought I’d share a few photos of the work by Michelle Sirois Silver and Katherine Soucie in their show Regeneratus at Seymour Gallery in Deep Cove. My friend Amanda and I visited on Sunday, and also listened in on a panel discussion about the work. Innovation and the transformation of waste materials are at […]

14 Aug

Scenes From Vancouver Mural Festival 2017

Year two of Vancouver Mural Festival wrapped up this past weekend with the addition to the city of fifty plus new murals around town. Boris and I spent a bit of time on Saturday visiting the new mural alley that runs parallel to Main Street and is the location of most of the new work. […]

19 Jul

The Art of Kristian Adam

My friends and I stopped in to see a show of Kristian Adam’s work in Penticton when we were in the Okanagan a few weeks ago. I love the new series of paintings with ladybugs, especially the ones uses geometric shapes and bright colours. I want to buy them all. View more work on Kristian […]

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 […]

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