In our latest newsletter, we’re sharing new paintings from gallery favourites, and stunning new sterling silver jewellery that is sure to delight the eye!
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Chain with Triangular Links
Sterling Silver 40″ long
“Unique designs continue to unfold evoked by the world around us – a cloud formation, a waterfall, a piece of drift wood, the shape of a rock – images from legends, stories or a piece of music. What ever the source the result is a one-of-a-kind fascinating sculptural story framed in silver. I love designing each unique piece and delight in having one of my pieces make someone very happy.” – Doreen Schneider
Oil on canvas 22 x 28
Ron captures a perfect evening in Pipers Lagoon Park, inviting viewers to rest for a moment and breathe in our coastal ambiance.
Sterling Silver; Turquoise from Sonora, Mexico 7.5″ long
“I have a love for organic works of art. Earth washed colours, surprising textures, and graceful flow of movement… This mimic of natural elements is a wonderful playground that I take constant delight in.” – Deborah JLambson
Oil on canvas 36 x 48
The energy, intensity and poetry of Brent’s paintings are a result of his passion for direct study from life. Whether in the studio or painting in the field, it is the immediate raw connection with his subject that is the cornerstone of his work.
Necklaces are a fabulous way to spice up an outfit and can be thrown on at the last minute with ease… wear a small piece of art every day!
DID YOU KNOW?
BEHIND THE SCENES WITH…
Before dedicating himself to painting, Brent Lynch had a long career as a graphic designer. The breaching orca logo representing the Vancouver Canucks, introduced in 1997, is the work of Brent Lynch. The letter C from which the orca breaches was selected to give the Canucks’ sweater a classic look, as if it was an Original Six team. In 2007, the Vancouver Canucks unveiled a new team jersey with colours similar to those they used when they first started in the NHL in 1970, but the orca design was retained.