It all begins with a dot Silvina Lanusse is a mixed media creative, living in Parksville. Her work is inspired by animals and nature around her. Her painting begins the moment the first drop of colour falls on her substrate. It starts with a swirl, then another. Layers of pure colour dance in rhythm with […]
Cindy Mawle paints in Acrylic on canvas. This year she is focusing on her new unique style which she describes as Art Nouveau/Folk Fusion. This style compared to her calming Vancouver Island scenes, allows more of a story telling platform. Cindy has taken her 20+ years of experience in acrylics and has put in place her […]
Tracy Kobus’ acrylic paintings give a thoughtful and imaginative perspective on the connection between humans and the natural world. Her colourful collection of prints and cards are collected world wide.
Wendy is a painter and printmaker whose work reflects the spiritual aspect of her environment. Blending abstraction and landscape symbolism, Wendy creates meditations on place, time, memory and perception.
Torn Edges Studio is the creative laboratory of mixed-media artist Pelka Wiltshire. This artist explores the use of paint, print, fibre, stitch and found objects. Come visit and get inspired.
Visit Swift Rivers Studio and share in the joy of painting on silk. Revel in colour and west coast inspired subjects. Call for a viewing or lesson with Dianne.
Beautiful textural paintings rendered in oils and cold wax. Sofie uses nature as her inspiration. Her studio, in its lush garden setting, is open year round by appointment.
West Coast themed artwork by local artists. Gallery rentals for seminars, meetings, book launches, group events. Creative workshops. Open for special events, by appointment and art tour. Email for details.
Come visit Sharon Shufflebotham’s Studio and view my oil and acrylic Realistic paintings. They are mostly of Beautiful B.C. I also do commissions and make great cookies for you to enjoy!
Welcome to my cozy home studio in the heart of Courtenay! Lately, I’ve been transitioning into a more abstract style, as well as looking at trees, especially the poplars I see on my frequent walks in local woods. So there will be fresh new work for you to enjoy. This also means many of my […]