Impressive new work by so many of our gallery favourites, we know you’ll enjoy!
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The Journey Ahead
Acrylic on canvas 48 x 96
“The beauty of the sea and vistas is the metaphor I use to represent the underlying message of choosing to see the “light side” wherever you turn. It is like that old saying “face the sun and you can’t see the shadows” doesn’t mean the shadows aren’t there, it just means you are choosing to see and appreciate the good in all life is offering you in every moment. That is what painting means to me and that is what I hope to share with my work.” – Linzy Arnott
Bronze 12 x 9 x 5
“The best reward I can get is to know that thanks to my art someone’s day became brighter.” – Pavel Barta
The Ginger Jar
Oil on linen 8 x 10
“I get lost in the choices and the beauty of balancing still life arrangements. When I have completed the arrangement of a set-up, I sit back and take a long moment just to savour its stillness.” – Tanya Bone
We All Need the Clowns to Make Us Smile
Mixed Media 60 x 42
“Light is very important and creates the power within my work. It makes it pop out of the canvas when that luminosity comes through. There are many different techniques that I use and light is not strictly about white. Light is about many different colours combined. I know when I’m happy with a piece and it’s almost finished that it’s time to start putting in the light and making it emanate out, make it glow, and that’s when it all comes together.” – Blu Smith
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Austrian Crystal, Petrified Wood, Freshwater Pearls, Handworked Brass, Chrysanthemum Stone, Dyed Shell, Glass, Citrine, Jade, Bronzite
Each piece of Honica’s jewellery is unique and hand crafted. Honica works each metal piece, each spiral, each stone individually. A single metal component may undergo eight individual, separate, hand processes before it is ready to be featured in the finished composition. Each piece of jewellery is an original design.
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Last Rays of the Sun
Oil on canvas 40 x 24
“By painting wet into wet and using only one coat of paint in most paintings, I am able to return to realistic, detailed renderings of landscape.I can create subtle water reflections, smooth gradations in clouds as well as refined detail in foliage. The adoption of painting in oils exclusively has enabled me to capture the detail, light, texture, colour and mood of any scene.” – Ron Parker
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Soapstone 6 x 6
Kathi loves to work with soapstone, as the vast spectrum of mineral content produces a variety of colours that bring life to her work. The texture and tactile aspects of the medium guide her in letting the finished sculpture emerge from the stone, still appearing in motion.
Mixed media 48 x 48
Patty states that Infinite Range was inspired by “finding pleasure in BC mountains as they stack upon one another, exposing layers that seem to go on forever from high vistas.”
DID YOU KNOW?
When I was around six, my grandma from New York came to visit us with a box of oil pastels just for me ~ I can still remember the smell, the buzzy excitement of looking at all those colors lined up waiting for action! Both parents are highly attuned visually ~ we kids were surrounded by beauty, design and art growing up and many outings to new architecture (Dad’s profession) to witness creating at a large scale.
Through my paintings, I desire to connect with people by offering a deeply nurturing and meaningful experience that enlightens at an emotional level. If wowed, calmed or moved by my painting, I’ve given a gift to the world and feel complete gratitude.
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Heather, Catherine, Kathleen & Amber