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Gallery Jones

Acclaimed Vancouver architect John Patkau knows steel. It’s a key element in the buildings he designs. more

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Vancouver Island painter Sara Robichaud has moved from the abstract to include recognizable domestic objects in her paintings, but not without a certain anxiety. more

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Monte Clark, Winsor Gallery, Gallery Jones, Macaulay & Co. Fine Art, SoMa and Chernoff Fine Art will play host as exhibitions are launched, artist talks are given, and the city is brought together to celebrate the district as a cultural cornerstone. more

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Cole Morgan’s latest paintings are a change from his previous style, abstractions that play with 'trompe l’oeil', fooling the viewer’s eye with shapes – often balls – that look as if they are lifting off the canvas. more

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Winsor Gallery and Gallery Jones, two of Vancouver’s leading contemporary art galleries, have announced they will co-locate at 258 E 1st Avenue. more

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Mark Reddekopp, Shane O'Brien and David Chaperon and 'Team Gallery Jones' will celebrate 10 years of exhibitions on September 25th! more

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"Clouds and the Road Home"

Photo Credit: Gallery Jones.

When Greg Hardy talks about expressing his emotional reaction to the land through the materiality of paint and canvas, he’s not referring to mere sentiment. more

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"Ice Cap"

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Picking a specific artist to recommend, David Chaperon suggests Chris Woods with the comment that he “is an uncompromising and unique talent.” more

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Kristin Bjornerud’s aim is “to create paintings that are short stories, personal narratives told through the lens of folktales, dreams, and magical realism.” more

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A pile of blistered and scarred dog remains, interspersed with the occasional fish head - the stuff of nightmares - are the images to be found in Howie Tsui’s drawing series, "Of Manga + Mongrels." more

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Exhibiting in a two-man show at Vancouver’s Gallery Jones, both Brendan Tang and Dirk Staschke are working in the same element — pushing the tradition of fine ceramics as far as they can. more

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James Nizam finds beauty and insight in abandoned buildings. “There’s some kind of romantic pull to the ruin,” says Nizam, who graduated from the University of British Columbia’s Fine Arts program after specializing in photography and sculpture. more

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Call his artwork nice and Mohsen Khalili will be insulted. “I don’t think nice is relevant for the kind of work I do,” says the artist who sculpts, draws and makes prints. more

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On the walls of Gallery Jones are dozens of black and white drawings from a series called "Studies for Making Idols" (also showcased on the artist's website — www.mohsenkhalili.com.) more

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