30 Apr 2019

Petterson In Seattle

We were excited to stumble into notice of Andre Petterson’s wonderful new work, on exhibit at Foster White Gallery in Seattle from May 2nd to 25th. We asked the much-traveled, ever eloquent Vancouver artist to tell us a little about this striking new series of paintings. . . . “On

28 Apr 2019

Steven Nederveen

i. I work as a mixed media artist, merging my photography with acrylic paint. ii. I do this creative work: Because I want to share an interpretation of nature that reveals a deeper, more spiritual connection to people. Meditation informs these visions by giving me a sense of universal belonging and

23 Apr 2019

Carry On Ema Peter

Earlier this month, we were delighted to feature a Q and A with talented architectural photographer, Ema Peter, whose award-winning work can be found in publications from Architectural Digest to Dwell and the New York Times. A Vancouverite, Peter’s work takes her across the world. We were eager to see

16 Apr 2019

Opie @ Elizabeth Taylor’s House

You likely recognize the Andy Warhol portrait of Elizabeth Taylor above. You might have even seen one of Warhol’s Liz series if you’ve been lucky to travel to museums like The Tate in London. Now, take a look at the version below, photographed in Elizabeth Taylor’s house. You’ll notice a shadowy

05 Mar 2019

Drew Burnham +

Once again, Drew Burnham’s show is sold out before it has even started. This talented North Vancouver artist, whose meticulous work is collected across the world, has been selling out shows for more than 15 years. Burnham’s current show, Ultramarine, runs from March 9 to the 23rd at the Bau-Xi

22 Feb 2019

Milstein In Toronto

Talented Photographer Jeffrey Milstein – whom we profiled in December – is mounting a show at the Bau-Xi Toronto from March 9th to 23rd. Entitled AERIALS and shot from a helicopter, the exhibit will include photographs of transport vehicles and iconic sites like Versailles, Times Square, the Empire State Building and the

01 Feb 2019

Janna Watson

i. I work as an Abstract painter & textile designer ii. I do this creative work because:  Loaded question!  I work in an abstract manner because that is how my brain works. iii. Personal qualities that help me in my work are:  Motivation and commitment! Motivation helps on days when I

29 Jan 2019

New York Museums ’19

It is another exciting year of  art in New York. Here are a just a few of the exhibits that have caught our interest. Andy Warhol @ The Whitney There has been much excitement about the Andy Warhol – From A to B and Back Again exhibit. Running until March

25 Jan 2019

Slow

‘Soft fire makes slow melt.’ Artist Zhang Huan offers this elegant introduction to his mirror-finished stainless steel sculpture, Slow, installed in 2017 at 39 Smithe Street. The internationally renowned Zhang Huan  – born 1965 in An Yang City, He Nan Province, China – now lives between Shanghai and New York. ‘High quality

13 Jan 2019

Hexsa’a̱m: To Be Here Always

“We are salmon people,” Master Artist Sara Siestreem said of her Hanis Coos tribe in a November talk at the Pacific Northwest College of Art. “We mean that to say we are related to the salmon.” “I’ve got an artistic practice that has three parts…My first language in my work