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Astrid Notte in the Wildwood Collective salon with her artwork in the background. (Photo submitted)

The Golden Spruce arouses great memories

Artist captures tree in all its glory

 

IceBear likes to integrate himself into his work, like with this dream catcher. (Photo by Don Bodger)

Art exhibit largest assembled collection of IceBear’s work

Acclaimed artist recreates visions in paintings and sculptures

 

Crofton Elementary School’s Salish Weave Art Collection was truly something to behold. (Photo by Mike Russell)

Salish Weave Art Collection makes Crofton Elementary students proud

Results of studies show in the final product

  • Jun 27, 2022

 

Diana Binks with her Glory to Ukraine acrylic painting in bright blue and yellow colours. (Photo by Don Bodger)

Crofton Art Group springs back into a show and sale

First public event since the fall of 2019 lifts artist spirits

Diana Binks with her Glory to Ukraine acrylic painting in bright blue and yellow colours. (Photo by Don Bodger)
Barry Strasbourg-Thompson and Gail Holland with pieces featured in the Mayday For My Children art exhibit. (Photo by Don Bodger)

Art exhibit focuses on the over-packaging being left behind for the next generation

Strasbourg-Thompson and Holland secure new studio space amid their show

Barry Strasbourg-Thompson and Gail Holland with pieces featured in the Mayday For My Children art exhibit. (Photo by Don Bodger)
Sarah Brunt fits quills of scrolled coloured paper into her colourful designs. (Photo by Craig Spence)

Artist quills circles of colour

Unique art form being pushed to a new level

  • Mar 26, 2022
Sarah Brunt fits quills of scrolled coloured paper into her colourful designs. (Photo by Craig Spence)
The Sooke Fine Art Show in 2020. The last in-person show in 2019 attracted more than 9,000 people, while online shows in the last two years saw more than 10,000 tune-in. (Courtesy Sooke Fine Art Show)

Island artists urged to apply for a place in the return of Sooke Fine Arts Show

Applications will be judged for a place in July art show

The Sooke Fine Art Show in 2020. The last in-person show in 2019 attracted more than 9,000 people, while online shows in the last two years saw more than 10,000 tune-in. (Courtesy Sooke Fine Art Show)
The opening reception of My Place in 2018. (Photo courtesy AV Museum).

Vancouver Island juried art show re-emerges as Emergence

Free workshops, talks planned for summer of 2022 in Port Alberni

The opening reception of My Place in 2018. (Photo courtesy AV Museum).
Astrid Notte’s Aura of Hope. (Photo submitted)

Artists provide different reflections for Duncan art show

Notte and Green combine their many talents to provide picturesque examples of work

Astrid Notte’s Aura of Hope. (Photo submitted)
Some of Gail Holland’s work hung on the walls with care at the St. Joseph’s Art Studios Gallery. (Photo submitted)

Art promotes wellness exhibit well-received by the public

Strasbourg-Thompson, Holland capture attention for their art and show’s theme

Some of Gail Holland’s work hung on the walls with care at the St. Joseph’s Art Studios Gallery. (Photo submitted)
Gail Holland and Barry Strasbourg-Thompson are teaming up on an art show this weekend to promote wellness. (Photo by Don Bodger)

Art promotes wellness the theme of St. Joseph’s exhibit

Dynamic duo puts their talent together to create an environment of timelessness

Gail Holland and Barry Strasbourg-Thompson are teaming up on an art show this weekend to promote wellness. (Photo by Don Bodger)
Artist Skye Skagfeld with some of her works in the St. Joseph’s Artist Gallery. (Photo by Don Bodger)

Artist pleased with quality of show visits over quantity

Skye Skagfeld considers venue change for her next Four Seasons venture

Artist Skye Skagfeld with some of her works in the St. Joseph’s Artist Gallery. (Photo by Don Bodger)
Some of the big art on display in the Rainforest Arts Gallery. (Photo by Don Bodger)

Really big art show continues into mid-November

Demos being done by artists on the weekends starting in October

Some of the big art on display in the Rainforest Arts Gallery. (Photo by Don Bodger)
Skye Skagfeld spruces up the walls with some fresh paint in the gallery where her paintings are going to be hung during an upcoming show. (Photo by Don Bodger)

Sail away with Skagfeld in her latest art exhibit

Another seasonal change also marked by nautical inspiration

Skye Skagfeld spruces up the walls with some fresh paint in the gallery where her paintings are going to be hung during an upcoming show. (Photo by Don Bodger)
Julie Nygaard’s By Moonlight Raven Flight is one of the photo-artist works in her show Through My Eyes – A Visual Journey, which will be featured at Rainforest Arts through August. (Photo submitted)

Photographer-painter Nygaard featured at Rainforest Arts

Real images enhanced through digital means to create compelling art

  • Jun 15, 2021
Julie Nygaard’s By Moonlight Raven Flight is one of the photo-artist works in her show Through My Eyes – A Visual Journey, which will be featured at Rainforest Arts through August. (Photo submitted)
Diana Durrand in her Chemainus home studio with examples of her paper doll work. (Photo by Don Bodger)

Paper doll series Durrand’s signature art

Chemainus artist puts some flair into eye-catching portraits

Diana Durrand in her Chemainus home studio with examples of her paper doll work. (Photo by Don Bodger)
Skye Skagfeld uses colour to the full extent in her art to capture what she sees. (Photo by Don Bodger)

Skye’s the limit

Artist showcases colourful pieces during her spring equinox exhibit

Skye Skagfeld uses colour to the full extent in her art to capture what she sees. (Photo by Don Bodger)
The dynamic duo of Dennis Brown and Skye Skagfeld display colourful examples of work from their winter solstice art exhibit at the St. Joseph’s Artist Studios Gallery in Chemainus. (Photo by Don Bodger)

All the elements on display inside and out for winter solstice art exhibit

Weather conditions prevent some people from coming to view the art of Skagfeld and Brown

The dynamic duo of Dennis Brown and Skye Skagfeld display colourful examples of work from their winter solstice art exhibit at the St. Joseph’s Artist Studios Gallery in Chemainus. (Photo by Don Bodger)
An over-the-shoulder look at what Skye Skagfeld is working on for the winter solstice art exhibit. (Photo by Don Bodger)

Bright and vibrant art to illuminate darker days

Winter solstice exhibit features abstract landscapes in eye-popping colours

An over-the-shoulder look at what Skye Skagfeld is working on for the winter solstice art exhibit. (Photo by Don Bodger)
Colourful mural looks good in its new spot. (Photo by Peter Collum)

New mural depicts a love story in the making along Chemainus Road

Artist Friesen and crew complete installation on Violet Wild building

Colourful mural looks good in its new spot. (Photo by Peter Collum)
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