My art emerges from a deep sense of longing for a world that is inclusive, equal and just: a world that is simple and kind.
Larissa is an art teacher who enjoys mixed media, layers, fluid acrylics and printmaking. Her windmill house/studio is tucked within a wild English garden where she works on sustainability.
Diverse styles, subject matter, and genres. Assemblage sculptures, landscapes, west coast seascapes, abstracts, intuitives, heritage pieces, altered collages, and more. Works often evoke a sense of tranquility and harmony.
I am an abstract and impressionist painter living and working in Comox, British Columbia, Canada. As long as I can remember I’ve been fascinated by paintings. I enjoyed simply getting lost in a painting. Later on I wondered how the artist decided on this colour or that stroke and how the composition came together to […]
Award-winning, internationaly-selling contemporary expressionist acrylic artist using unique painting technique to produce imaginative and eclectic figurative and floral works which have a “fabric-like” appearance. STUDIO IS IN BACKYARD!!
NIC School of Fine Art & Design will be showcasing the talents of emerging artists. Exciting and original artwork will be featured in Shadbolt Studios & Raven Hall Art Gallery.
Lucy Schappy’s wildly optimistic paintings are a form of visual poetry that express her love of life. Symbols and colour resonate together to form a dreamy playground for the heart and mind. Her process is spontaneous and improvisational. Starting each new piece is an adventure that has no known end in sight. The process leads […]
Color Reflections: Inspired by fly fishing for salmon along the shoreline. Eventually the fog lifted leaving a brilliant light. The fog, Salish sea and shoreline evoke a peaceful illumination.
Meet Vancouver Island Glass Artist, Jan Lindstrom, owner of Jan’s Glass By The Sea, a working Gallery and Studio that offers unique glass art & classes. Not only can you find Jan’s Glass work around the world, but she also has students come from a far away as England and Africa!