Open Space is a Canadian artist run centre dedicated to living artists, presenting contemporary visual arts, music, literary arts, new media and performance.
Cameron Thurbide is an award winning artist who resides in Victoria, British Columbia, where he also works as a school teacher. Cameron is an avid outdoors person, which is reflected in his artwork. Acrylic paintings depicting the landscape, wildlife and people of Canada are Cameron's speciality.
A wholesale publisher and distributor of Art reproductions and Art Products. Our emphasis is on work of the Pacific Northwest with a focus on the tourism industry. We represent some of the finest artists in their field and welcome dealer inquiries. Island Art is always looking for talented artists.
Artist Sarah Theophilus captures the beauty & spirit of cats, dogs and horses in her sensitive & museum-quality pet portraits. Also art prints, cards & more...
Monica O'Halloran-Schut creates works of signigicance communicating your vision.
Surrealistic artist with exceptional surrealistic artwork. Loewel's work is both visually breathtaking and itellectually challenging. It forces the examination of values and meaning of life. He delivers subtle yet gripping philosophical statements which force the elevation of human consciousness. His content is cutting edge progressive, yet his style is as naturalistic as the old masters.
To the Totem Forests: Emily Carr and Contemporaries Interpret Coastal Villages
Watercolour Paintings Canadian artist David Brougham
Visit the website of Canadian Artist Brian Simons and enjoy his bold, colorful acrylic paintings. Acrylic Painting workshops and books also available.
Canadian artist who specializes in contemporary abstract expressionism, fine art in oil, acrylic, mixed media and digital art.
Alexandra explores the territory of non-objective abstract art in her kitchen studio in Victoria, BC. Between drags of tea and fist pumps to Muse or Van Morrison, her biggest conundrum is whether to throw, drip, scrape or splatter the acrylic paint. With brush, palette knife, acrylic spreader, squeezy bottle, chopstick or finger? A lover of all things shiny, her pieces glow with iridescent metals, copper and gold leaf, thick gloss gel. Yes, you can touch it.