Monthly Archives: July 2012

Like it or not Vancouver gets to keep laughing


Pleasing everyone is rarely possible and is all the more difficult with public art. If there is one sculpture in Vancouver that every resident and visitor likes I would be very surprised and suspect it would be a “top favorite” … Continue reading

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Dale Chihuly | Chihuly at London’s 2012 Summer Olympics


Are you attending the Olympics in London? If you are, take a moment to visit Dale Chihuly’s Torchlight Chandelier in Park Lane. The twenty foot sculpture, comprised of 350 brilliantly coloured red, orange, yellow and clear “horns” and “gooseneck” forms … Continue reading

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DRAWN – Summer 2012

Amy Alice Thompson

Vancouver’s annual drawing festival is in full swing, if you haven’t yet taken in the participating exhibitions visit DRAWN’s website for a list of venues.

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Dale Chihuly | Chihuly Garden and Glass


Chihuly Garden and Glass for the first time brings together all the elements of Dale Chihuly’s work, including Drawings, signature glass series, large architectural installations and personal collections in a long-term exhibition.

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Andrew Salgado | A Canadian Painter in London

The Bacchanl, 2012

In addition to those we represent, there are many artists that we keep a close eye on. From young artists coming out of Vancouver, to established artists in other countries, and a wealth that fall in between, we follow the … Continue reading

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