Canoe #6 2018, by Dana Claxton Chromogenic print
Canoe #5 2018, by Dana Claxton Chromogenic print
Canoe #9 2018, by Dana Claxton Chromogenic print
Still Life Painting, 2019 by Andy Dixon Acrylic and oil pastel on canvas 75 x 81 inches
Jeff Koons Made in Heaven Tote (1990), 2018 by Andy Dixon Acrylic and oil pastel on canvas 51 x 51 inches
Christie's (Lord Berners Faringdon House), 2019 by Andy Dixon Acrylic and oil pastel on canvas 49 x 49 inches
The Granville Street series 2008 by Lincoln Clarkes Candid nights of anonymous pictures and portraits shot with his first digital camera. Clarkes obsession is front and center with a unique style of street photography. Years of working with fashion and portrait assignments is obvious in his methods used at capturing intimacy. A respectful documentation of working class youth parading in full glory. Ten images here out of dozens produced. @lincoln.clarkes #vancouver #subjectivelyobjectively #westcoast #nightphotography #evening #shadowhunters #canada #neonlights #candid #nikon #winsorartprojects #streetphotography #britishcolumbia #vancouverisawesome #myfeatureshoot #grainisgood #winsorartprojects
The Cyclists series, Toronto 2011 by Lincoln Clarkes. From the published collection of photographs by Quattro Books and the Museum of Vancouver Capture Photography Festival Exhibition. Judith Tansley writes... Clarkes views this series of photographs as “sexed up, environmentalistic, fashionesque portraiture, which is a subtle protest against the petro-chemical and automobile industries.” An overdose of advertising has been glamorizing cars for decades, convincing us of their must have status, but this attitude feels tiresome and outdated in the light of the environmental situation that engulfs our planet today. These mundane vehicles and the false freedoms they seductively promote have led us to a dead end. By contrast, there is a new wave of cycling that is of tsunami porportions, not just for leisure and pleasure, but for the need to be able to travel in a civilized and sensible way in the modern world. @lincoln.clarkes #environmental #cyclists #nikon #candid #portrait #style #bikelane #torontophotograpy #ridetowork #onelesscar #streetphotograpy #peddelheads #dodgeram #robford #toronto #winsorartprojects #streetstyle #quattrobooks
The Quiet Detroit series by Lincoln Clarkes. Since 2009 this rich collection of architectural ruins has expanded to hundreds. From freezing winter to heat wave summer Clarkes has documented what was there. “Nowadays most of these structures are gone, evolving into gardens and empty meadows. 11 x 14 chromogenic prints are available with an edition of 15. In 2015 The Penticton Art Gallery acquired twenty for their permanent collection. @lincoln.clarkes #detroit #motown #michigan #losthistory #jackwhite #nikon #fujifilm #architecturelovers #rentalmag #somewheremagazine #contemporaryphotographer #winsorartprojects
Located front and centre in the Presidents West room at The Vancouver Club, is one of the Brian Howell’s Shopping Carts. Digital print on paper, 2011.
Adding some fab to the foyer of the Vancouver Club is Andy Dixon’s Lumbermen, 2018. You can’t miss it. Acrylic and oil pastel on canvas, 76x96 inches
Install at The Vancouver Club. Elk for ‘cesna?em, 2015 by Dana Claxton Aluminum-mounted light jet print. Looks superb in the Spirits Room.
I Remember Once, 2012 by Jay Senetchko Oil on canvas, 43.5” x 35”
The Best of Life, May Nineteenth (The Migrants), 2015 by Jay Senetchko Oil on canvas, 46.5” x 68.5”
While You Were Away, 2012 by Jay Senetchko Oil on canvas, 36.25 x 43.25
Ann Beam and Carl Beam: “Spaces for Reading” Open until April 18th at SFU Burnaby campus.
Gary Pearson currently has an exhibition in Kelowna at the Kettle River Brewing Co. 731 Baillie Avenue (just off Richter in Kelowna’s North end) The exhibition opened this week and will be up for about two months. Opening hours are from 3 – 10 PM, Wednesday through Sunday. Gary will be on location from 3 – 5 PM on Sunday, February 10th if anyone would like to drop by then to say hello. The Pianist, 2017, oil on canvas, 42 x 50 inches
“Excerpts from a Restrospective” is Gary Pearson’s latest exhibition. Located at Two Rivers Art Gallery in Prince George until March 31st. Hotel Caprice, 2017, oil, oil enamel, polyurethane on canvas, 203 x 193 cm
For those who have yet to visit Suk-Fong Nay Ho Mah) / Suk Fong, How Are You? The exhibition is open Tuesday - Sunday 10am - 4:30pm. Every Tuesday between January 15th and February 19th from 2pm - 4:30pm admission is by donation. To learn more about the exhibition, be sure to tune into CTV Vancouver Morning Live this Thursday at 8:40am. Image by Francis Georgian.
There has been wonderful feedback from visitors so far on Paul Wong’s current exhibition (Suk-Fong Nay Ho Mah) / Suk Fong, How Are You? Be sure to visit the exhibition located at Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden. Open Tuesday to Sunday 10am - 4:30pm, until February 24th.
One of the highlights of the exhibition are the 700 letters that were written to Paul Wong’s late mother Suk-Fong Wong from family and friends over the course of more than 65 years. Visitors are welcome to read through the letters that convey the personal perspectives on both the political and cultural environment from the 1950s to the 2000s in China.
We are looking forward to an exciting year ahead with Andy! Be sure to follow for future announcements here and on Facebook ☺️
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NDN Ironworkers, 2018 by Dana Claxton LED Firebox with transmounted chromogenic transparency, 72 x 120 inches
Lasso, 2018 by Dana Claxton 72 x 120 inches
Private tour of Fringing the Cube with Dana Claxton| What a delightful evening! #vancouverartgallery #winsorartprojects #danaclaxtonfringingthecube
Beautiful shot of Ben Skinner captured by @byron_cameraman “Show Me A Little Poise Without All The Noise” On until November 14, 2018 1359 Cartwright Street Granville Island Vancouver, Canada Daily 11am - 6pm #winsorartprojects #benskinnerart #granvilleisland #vancouver
Fantastic turn out at the opening of @benskinnerart “Show Me A Little Poise Without All The Noise” Looking forward to seeing both new and familiar faces this week! #winsorartprojects #benskinner #exhibition #yvrart #vancity #granvilleisland
Fabulous day at @benskinnerart solo exhibition “Show Me A Little Poise Without All The Noise”