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Jennifer Kostuik Gallery

In "A Bright Future", David Burdeny looks at architectural extravagances of the former Communist government in the Soviet Union. more

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Carol Prusa constructs spheres that evoke thoughts of the universe as well as real-life structures. “In my spheres, I explore a number of mathematical models that physicists developed to explain our universe,” says Prusa. more

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Jennifer Kostuik received an investment of $6000 from her grandmother to create the Jennifer Kostuik Gallery in a 300 square foot ground floor apartment inside the court yard off of 6th Avenue and Granville Street in Vancouver, February 1996. more

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The 2012 version of Art Toronto – or, the event previously known as the Toronto International Art Fair, if you prefer – featured some 130 galleries from 23 countries. more

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Sasha Rogers left the prairies when she began painting 20 years ago, but she didn’t lose the influence of the vast landscape. more

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Steven Goring is Kostuik’s choice for someone starting a collection today. He has been exhibiting at her gallery in solo and group exhibitions for almost 10 years. She first discovered his work at the Sooke Fine Arts Fair in 2003. more

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Family photo albums were once filled with grainy snapshots of holidays and birthdays taken with Instamatic cameras. more

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An artist is always double. Reece Terris has gone a long way to reconciling his doubleness. A contractor by day, he remodels homes in the Vancouver area — tearing out rose-coloured bathtubs and stripping mouldering Formica. more

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PHOTOGRAPHER DAVID BURDENY DOCUMENTS A GRAND AND ENDANGERED LANDSCAPE. more

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When Bill McCarroll discovered a 1950s golf manual in 1983, it changed the direction of his artwork. “I liked one of the pictures and started to appropriate golfing images,” says the California-educated artist. more

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A respected actress in her early forties, Colleen Flynn-Lawson had always aspired to be a painter. Two years ago, with little artistic experience, Flynn-Lawson decided to follow that dream. more

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