Vancouver artist Drew Burnham’s fluid lines and vivid colors have made him a top choice for Canadian collectors, who regularly buy out his shows. There’s a new exhibition – Silent Stories – opening today (Feb 22) at Bau-Xi Gallery, Toronto.
British Columbia based Rudy Karel Schneeweiss is a Czech-trained artist who worked for years as an in-house architect for a series of chain stores after immigrating to Canada.
I happened to be in ski country – although not in an area as challenging as Panorama, B.C., where Jon Howlett paints – when I thought of this transplanted British artist’s work. His hyper-realistic acrylics wonderfully capture the magic of the ski hill, as well as the mountain […]
I remain on a search for color, even muted color, against the white of winter and these beautiful works by Vancouver Island photographer Greg Rushton do the trick. (Above: Pacific Shores west coast of Vancouver Island) Reading on a River Rock Wood Door
I love the striking boldness of British Columbia illustrator Murray Kimber’s sophisticated commercial work. He describes himself as a storyteller at heart who has worked on a diverse range of projects, from postage stamps to a shrink-wrapped transit bus, from advertising to children’s books.
Drawing on observations when she travels, Karla Doell merges vegetation, architecture and other objects in shifting, layered imagery. She uses wide array of mediums — acrylic, plaster, charcoal, pastels, encaustic, gel, and photo-based imagery. These works are from an exhibition this summer at Sopa Fine Arts in Kelowna, […]