With thick-rimmed plastic glasses and a Coca-Cola branded t-shirt, Skinner blends right in with the resin-heavy, often text-based pieces that he has become known for.
The celebrated multidisciplinary artist uses her voice to reclaim the Indigenous narrative, exploring stereotypes, beauty, and visibility.
The film highlights the early life of novelist Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette as she actively participates in the first wave of feminism, challenging gender norms and debating sexual fluidity.
The prolific painter and designer returns to Vancouver.
He might be an architect by trade, but more accurately he is an artist, perfectly bringing a story to life by way of colour, space, and landscape.
The late British Columbia artist is the subject of a book and corresponding exhibit by the Burnaby Art Gallery.
First-time filmmaker Carly Stone marks the arrival of a fresh era of romantic comedy.
Literature drives the Vancouver painter’s composition; with an admiration for how writing articulates the subtle feelings that span the human experience, she absorbs words and refracts compositions.
It’s kind of a funny story.
He is a documenter of real life as it happens, able to mine his own experiences for pockets of relatability, humanity, and hilarity—and sometimes absurdity.