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Jacana Gallery

Quirky might be an understatement for Seattle-based, German native, Anne Siems’ paintings of forest animals. more

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Fall, one of Vancouver’s rainy seasons, is a good time for an exhibition of Michael Cutlip’s work. more

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Having a French grandfather who was a post-Impressionist, Marc Rembold began creating Impressionist works himself at the age of six. He had his first exhibition at 14. more

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Surrounding oneself with images of tropical plants has a salubrious effect during dreary winter months. Certainly that is the experience of stepping off a Vancouver street and into Japanese artist Makoto Kanaya’s exhibition. more

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"Sweet Raw" combines current paintings by a pair of up-and-coming artists in a show that is "sweet" but never cloying, and "raw" in the sense that it is honest and up front. more

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Emerging artist Leah Rosenberg’s art is fantasy with a twist. Her paintings and mixed media works hark back to childhood days. more

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Holland-born and educated, Pim Sekeris was immersed in the tradition of the 17th century Dutch school of realist landscape painting before coming to Canada. Balanced composition and a fine eye for translating light to paint on canvas mark his work. more

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