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Using art to sell a home February 19, 2019

There are many ways to use art to sell a home. Done right art can make a huge difference in the final selling price. But if you are going to use art to sell a home there are mistakes to avoid. 1.  Nothing too personal Remove any artwork that is too personal or offensive to buyers such as nudes, religious-or politically-themed pictures as well as anything else which might not be acceptable to the general… Continue reading
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Vancouver Artist Sam Siegel and his gallery February 11, 2019

I am proud to be a Vancouver artist and living in Vancouver is an artist paradise. You can see it in my work from the UBC Endowment Lands to Howe Sound. I’m a Vancouver artist who wanted first-class art to be accessible to everyone. I discovered not all Giclée prints were the same. After research and testing numerous different prints. I found many that faded, warped and loosened over time. To me this was not…

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Meet Artist Elisabeth Anisimow January 20, 2019

I was so lucky to have parents nurture my interest in art at a very young age. It is good to see another young lady being encouraged to be creative. Elisabeth Anisimow, Child Prodigy         Meet Artist Elisabeth Anisimow, an 11-year-old child prodigy who uses art to merge the real world and that of the imagination. Her dreamy works reinterpreting the masters of old but with a modern twist- Elisabeth’s masterpieces features…

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Helping Mount Saint Joseph Hospital January 18, 2019

We are so pleased to be donating Burrard Inlet to the Scotiabank Feast of Fortune Gala. Helping the Mount Saint Joseph Hospital is indeed an honour for us. The 2018 Gala raised almost $1 Million for the foundation! Saturday, January 26, 2019, at 5:30 pm is the 12th annual Scotiabank Feast of Fortune. An incredible celebration of Chinese New Year that combines amazing food creations and spectacular live entertainment. As well as a highly-anticipated live auction…

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Art Therapy and Autism January 11, 2019

Art therapy promotes mental and emotional growth through art making. Art therapy’s goal is building life skills. As well as addressing deficits and problem behaviors, and promoting healthy self-expression. Clients are encouraged to explore and express themselves using art crafting attractive artwork is not the goal (though it may be a happy by-product). Art presents an Alternative to Verbal Communication Art therapy for Autism is a natural fit to help people express themselves . Verbal…

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Vancouver buses become mobile examples of public art. January 9, 2019

Your next trip on a public transit bus could have you feeling like you are inside a work of public art. Because of a partnership by a Translink and the Contemporary Art Gallery. More public art is coming to Vancouver.  In a very exciting and dynamic way. TransLink is adding pieces created by five Canadian artists on 30 buses beginning this month. This uniquely Vancouver event is good to see. The Artists. Each wrapped bus…

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Granville Art January 2, 2019

Check out this article from the Vancouver Courier about Granville art. New murals are almost complete in the pedestrian tunnel connecting Vancouver’s Granville Look Park. Unlike other murals around the city, those in the Granville Street tunnel will be repainted after a year. Each artist brings a different vision Irigoien’s mural is near the west entrance of the tunnel and has bright swirling colours to create the image of a person. He describes his mural…

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What inspires you as a Vancouver Artist? December 31, 2018

What inspires me as a Vancouver artist is the beauty of the area. I love to explore the natural beauty of the area. The beauty of Kitsilano, the mountains of Whistler, the glory of Howe Sound all inspire.  I bring that beauty to my work. The Blog Art Vancouver asked local artists what inspires you as Vancouver artist?  Dominique Bieger: “What inspires me? Well, an art critic in Milan recently stated, after looking at my art collection:…

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Metamorphosis Vancouver Art Gallery December 26, 2018

A current exhibition at the Vancouver Art Gallery takes its title from Franz Kafka’s novella about a man who wakes up to discover he’s turned into a giant insect. Rounding up 40 pieces from the gallery’s collection, the VAG’s The Metamorphosis is linked to Kafka’s famous 1915 story through the idea of change. “It’s a porous structure, from which we could pull these highlights from our permanent collection,” said co-curator Tarah Hogue. The exhibit is…

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Vancouver Contemporary Art Galleries December 21, 2018

For over a decade, Vancouver has been ranked as one of the most livable cities in the world. With a lively arts and culture scene. In recent years, Vancouver has become a cultural hub attracting major film production studios, earning the nickname ‘Hollywood North’. Vancouver has also developed a thriving public  Contemporary art scene with a programme that supports art-making in all its varieties. Needless to say, this has, in turn, created opportunities for a…

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