I could not resist doing an update on a food artist I have followed since she first took hold of our imaginations. Her colorful geometric style made all hell bake loose on the frontier of contemporary pie art, and her iconic signature spoke design has been dubbed the […]
The Museum of Vancouver presents Dressed for History: Why Costume Collections Matter, featuring 43 full costumes, 5 corsets, 31 pairs of shoes, 28 hats, 10 handbags, 8 fans, and undergarments too numerous to count. The exhibition makes the case that fashion, and costumes are significant and enduring expressions of […]
This powerful environmental art is from Kyle Scheurmann, who documents the incremental approach of climate change in his narrative paintings, while simultaneously working on conservation and activism efforts in Canada. (Above: Fireweed, 48 x 72,” oil and birch ashes on linen) His stunning, contemporary oil works paint stories […]
Shary Boyle’s major exhibition of new work (on now at Vancouver Art Gallery) expresses the Candian visual artist and performer’s ever-mounting anxieties about climate change and social crisis worldwide. The work was inspired by the lyrics in a 2016 song by UK poet Kate Tempest (see video and […]
Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun, the renowned First Nations artist, presents new works at Macaulay & Co. Fine Art in Vancouver through March 25. (Exhibition images follow, but be sure to watch the video at the end of this post on his extraordinary 2022 painting about Residential School victims in […]
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