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'I’ve always painted,' Jorgensen began. 'My dad was a house painter.' As a young artist he progressed from an early passion for paint-by-numbers to the learn-to-paint books of Robert E. Wood. more...
In what passes for Victoria’s industrial area, Jo Ludwig’s tiny workshop occupies a few square feet at the back of the second floor in a nondescript building. Behind his studio door is a room stacked with sheets of coloured glass... more...
It always amazes me how much potential Saskatchewan has when it comes to creating and expressing themselves through their artwork. Again this year, I have been privileged to help jury the amateur art exhibition at the Saskatoon Prairieland Exhibition. more...
Duncan Regehr seems larger than life. He’s taller than average, and carries himself with the confident deportment born of a successful career on stage and screen. Working from his homes in Santa Monica and Shawnigan Lake, he exhibits his art in galleries more...
The Stephen Lowe Gallery is going to close at the end of 2003. After 30 years as shopkeepers on the Humboldt side of the Empress Hotel, the Lowe Family has decided their goals have been met and it’s time to move forward. more...
Monochrome People in a Coloured Land is the engaging title of a show of tinted clay sculptures (monochrome people) surrounded by oil-stick landscape paintings (a coloured land). more...
Jimmy Wright is blunt. 'This is my art factory,' he says by way of introduction to his studio. 'I’m an artist, but I’m more than that. My job is to paint stuff that people are gonna buy.' more...
Family Matters comprised a gathering of bookworks, textiles and photo-based pieces by Canadian artists Cheryl Pagurek, Judy Martin and Lisé Melhorn-Boe, all of which thematically addressed issues related to the realm of domestic life... more...
Thanks to the Winchester Galleries, I don’t have to listen to that whining anymore. Whining about how impossible it is to succeed in the art game in Victoria. Gunter Heinrich and his partner, Anthony Sam, have proved it can be done. more...
There has never been a better opportunity for artists to show and sell their work than the present. The same goes for art buyers. Coffee shops and restaurants have done a great job in recognizing this value added fit... more...
I had assumed that every word Emily Car wrote is now in print: her five volumes of stories, her journals, her letters late in life. Susan Crean has discovered that there is more for us. And as is so often the case, it was the good bits they cut out. more...
I received an email the other day from one of the instructors of this urban youth program for Aboriginal youths in Saskatoon. Arnold Isbister has been instructing and working with these youths for the past year. more...
As in most cities the course has been set out in a true Olympic triathlon format. 17 venues await your visit throughout the city and downtown core, including the 13km sprint out to Wanuskewan Heritage Park. more...
Herbert Siebner’s vision is one of a world in which every action, every event, every observable thing, is a vehicle of those deeper powers which thrust us through our lives from transformation to transformation until the transformation of death... more...
I was in a particularly receptive mood when I entered Rogue Art (on the fourth floor of the Bay Centre). Seven odd little tables were gathered at the back of the gallery. I pulled up a chair and sat among them. more...
Victoria is blessed to be the home of Emily Carr, Canada's most important artist and a writer of enduring worth. On a recent visit to Carr House, her family¹s home at 207 Government Street, curator Jan Ross showed me a new edition of Klee Wyck.... more...
Victoria is facing up to a new sculpture, of high visibility and considerable cost. It¹s far too soon to make any judgement on what our representatives have chosen for the new Memorial Place Arena and Multiplex Centre, but... more...
In an exhibition of mixed media wall hangings that has been touring Canada for the last year, Toronto artist Lynne Heller elegantly argues a fecund relationship between the traditional craft of the pieced quilt, and the pictorial strain of... more...
Jerry Pethick was born in London, Ontario in 1935. His artistic education took place in London, England at the Chelsea College of Art and the Royal College of Art. In 1967 he saw his first hologram and went on to pioneer the field of holography in San F.. more...
Glass was developed in the middle of the third millennia B. C. in Mesopotamia, probably as an accidental offshoot of ceramics. In the beginning this glass was used to imitate precious stones, 'jewels that flowed' for inlay and beads... more...
The Group of Seven in Western Canada is a concert of seven individual exhibits with a common theme. Its thesis is this: yes, there is life beyond the Manitoba border... more...
The most beautiful shapes are the simplest. Yet these are often the most difficult to produce. I delight in the challenge of creating contemporary vessels based on classic shapes. more...
Georgia O¹Keeffe (1887-1986), Frida Kahlo (1907-1954) and Emily Carr (1871-1945) are all legendary, breakthrough artists. more...
Contrary to faded, romantic notions of roach-infested garrets and severed earlobes, plenty of artists uphold their integrity while they’re enjoying commercial success. more...
The work of Nova Scotia sculptor Dawn MacNutt's has, for the most part, focused on the human body. A textile artist by training and background, MacNutt long ago began working sculpturally more...
Having put her art aside for twenty years, Kate Celis was driven by recent events to take it up again. The Asses of Evil, a series of 16 chalk drawings inspired by George Bush and his cronies... more...
Fired Up! is a venerable gathering of some of the finest ceramic artists of this region, held for 19 years at the Metchosin Community Hall (4401 William Head Rd. at the corner of Chosin and Happy Valley Roads). In 2003 it took place May 24 and 25... more...
Was it the work of aliens?
Years ago, it was quite common to hear about crop circles and unexplained geometric markings, that covered massive areas of our Earth. Did Aliens make these symbols? more...
Recently I went to the Edmonton Art Gallery to view 15 Post-Impressionist Masterpieces presently on loan from the National Gallery of Canada. It is part of a 6 city Canadian tour... more...
Have You Seen This Painting?
Nancy Townshend has come to town to do some detective work. Among other things, she is looking for a painting by Maxwell Bates titled Assassin (60 x 50 cm., 1959). Townshend wants it for an exhibit she is curating... more...
It's easy to appreciate Mary Pratt's photo realist painting of Trifle in a Dark Room, or Gathie Falk's canvas entitled Chair With Plastic Christmas Tree. Both of these are in an exhibit of recent acquisitions at the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria... more...
In her studio I saw little quilts she had made of contrasting colours of fur. One had a maple leaf motif, and she pointed out another which is composed of repeats of the Bank of Montreal symbol. 'That was the first bank in Canada'.... more...
I came back from Japan on February 18th, had a few days to recover from jet lag, and was off to Montreal on the 22nd to interpret at a conference until the 25th... more...
Over the many years I have known Nik Semenoff, I have had the good fortune of a great friendship. His studio is a humble workspace situated in the basement under the stairs. All kinds of chemicals and powders are in Jars stacked to the ceiling... more...
This is an invitation to you to come on a studio tour - you will find out about our local artists - are their studios neat or messy? Does she garden and paint under a skylight, does he ride motorcycles and work in a garage? more...
A lot of you know what an awesome salesman Eugene was; he could sell prints to anyone. Discovering a newly opened medical building, he walked into the first doctor's office and asked the receptionist if the doc was in.... more...
Look up in the sky! Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No it's SUPERMAN. More powerful than a locomotive! Faster than a speeding bullet! Able to leap tall buildings in a single bound, but even Superman is not able to shake the wrath of a team of hungry writers more...
After a week in Sapporo, I was finally able to see more than just Odori Park and bustling Susukino Street where dozens of large ice carvings were on display. more...
'There¹s nothing like watercolour,' Onley sighs, 'for the sheer pleasure of it. Nothing else gives me that immediate feedback. I'm like an addict - if I'm suddenly confronted by something beautiful, I need to have a sheet of watercolour paper... more...
The winter went by so fast this year and I spent most of it away from Saskatoon where I live, in the middle of the Canadian Prairies. My first trip took me to lake Louise to carve ice at Ice Magic, an international competition held every year... more...
Ted Harrison's paintings are instantly recognizable: undulating waves, clouds and hills in hot colours of orange and mauve and ultramarine. Inscribed across the fields of colour are little people, frisky dogs and the odd raven. more...
Hans Fear was an artist of uncommon talent, a legend among the street people and skaters. On city walls, Fear's spray-bomb paintings of cartoon-like characters stood out amid the tags and giant lettering. He signed them with the name Ghost.... more...
Robert Genn leads you step-by-step through the process of creating a commissioned painting. more...
Endsville is a village of tiny cardboard buildings, illuminated from within and wired with an interactive soundscape. Walking into the gallery is a bit like coming upon a lilliputian suburb at night. more...
Canadian landscapes with no skies, horizons or vast expanses; how can that possibly depict a true believable Canada? Alexander continues to challenge himself to search for the universal northern landscape. more...
Anne Ehrlich spent her childhood in Bella Coola and came to Victoria to finish high school. During her grade eleven year she was asked by David Peacock, one of her home-stay parents, to paint a mural for him at his business, Peacock Billiards... more...
When I arrived at her door, the afternoon sun was in full force and streamed in the southern exposure of her Calgary studio. Her intaglio press centered itself in the space and became the focal point of the room. more...
It¹s in my blood. I grew up in Ontario and went to summer camp, canoe tripping south of Algonquin Park. My family¹s summer cottage is in Muskoka near Georgian Bay. The Canadian Shield is Tom Thomson country. more...
When I first saw the work of Vancouver artist Pnina Granirer I found it humbly erotic, very bold and gutsy, somewhat abstract - yet realistic, always explorative, never hindered or timid, always fresh and involving. more...
Toronto-based artist TOM DEAN’s recent site-specific exhibition at the Toronto Sculpture Garden (May 30-September 15, 2001) was part of the 20th anniversary celebrations of this pocket-sized art park in the heart of downtown Toronto. more...
'Do everything. Be everything. Good, bad, indifferent: find out what you are before you die.' - Djuna Barnes
Currently, just before she leaves town, Rachel Berman is presenting the largest show of her paintings Victoria has ever seen. more...
'It doesn¹t matter what age, what style. If it¹s good, it¹s good. Your eyes tell you. Your heart tells you. More than anything, your heart tells you.' Pat Martin Bates more...