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Sheri Bakes had to learn to paint again after she had a stroke. She has a form of mind blindness, but has found art offers a path out of despair. more

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A major survey of Sylvia Tait's work at the Burnaby Art Gallery reveals a surprisingly multidisciplinary artist. more

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Fresh and uninhibited, Michelle Nguyen’s paintings offer up a steamer trunk of magical, loosely articulated narratives within distorted pictorial space. more

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Pat O’Hara’s exhibition at the Bau-Xi Gallery in Vancouver is called "Linearity" and it’s easy to see why. more

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The suit jacket – a symbol of male power and authority – is the topic of Andre Petterson’s latest paintings, showing this fall at the Bau-Xi Gallery in Vancouver. more

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Brent Boechler

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Vancouver-based artist Brent Boechler passed away peacefully on September 21, 2015 at the age of 52. more

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Cara Barer’s work is a real page-turner. Using old books for her latest series, Origins, she revisions them as organic objects, manipulating them by curling their pages and dying them so they evoke flowers in bloom or butterflies in flight. more

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Known for her wildly coloured still life and landscape paintings, Bobbie Burgers’ latest exhibition includes works that are a departure from her signature canvases. more

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Born in 1918 in New Westminster, B.C., Plaskett studied art in Banff, San Francisco, New York, London and Paris. He had lived in Paris since 1951, and more recently in Suffolk, England. more

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Jamie Evrard is out in her garden in Vancouver picking raspberries. She should be in her studio preparing for her upcoming show, Al Fresco, she says, but one gets the sense that sunshine and fresh air have conspired to lure her from her work. more

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"A Car, Some Trees, Some Buildings, Some Other Cars, and a Sign, in Hampstead"

Photo by Noel Hodnett.

Val Nelson is unapologetic about her lack of interest in the machinations of contemporary art. “These are not strategically political or conceptual paintings,” she says. “They are an embodiment of my affection for the world.” more

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Vancouver artist Julie Morstad is so steeped in children’s literature that she named her daughter, Ida, after a character who rescues her sister from goblins in Maurice Sendak’s book, "Outside Over There." more

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For more than two decades, Vancouver artist Cori Creed has explored the surface and colour of paint on canvas. Her large oil paintings of great tangles of forests, fields and skies, show her passion for the outdoors. more

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Drew Burnham’s paintings feature all the elements of the Western Canadian landscape – rivers, rocks, trees, mountains and boats. more

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When Robert Marchessault and his partner moved from Toronto to a farm in the countryside in the 1990s, his long-held passion for trees found new direction. more

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"Françoise as a tree on her father’s lawn,"

Mathieu L�ger

Growing up, Jude Griebel began drawing from the images he saw in children’s picture books. In art school, Griebel planned to turn this passion into a career as a children’s book illustrator. more

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Today, as he approaches his ninth decade, Plaskett is still exploring his potential as a painter. more

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Two solo shows at Bau-Xi Gallery — Stuart Slind: "Dawn to Dusk," and Marcus Bowcott: "Marking Time" — embody entirely different approaches to the subject of landscape. more

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Drew Burnham’s "Coastal" at the Bau-Xi in Vancouver features scenes by an artist who, while paying homage to his forebears, manages nevertheless to create works that are personal and quite original. more

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Vancouver painter Bobbie Burgers creates florals that overwhelm, and make you feel alive. more

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