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Liz Wylie

Maybe yoga classes can help build audiences for art. more

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In Reeves’ latest paintings, he both mines and limns the suburbs as a generic place, a locus of the mind, in much the same manner as the American novelist Jonathan Franzen. more

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This impressive work is the centrepiece of her exhibition on the theme of dumping: The dumping of old possessions, and how that can be seen as a parallel to the dumping of one lover by another at the end of a relationship. more

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Temporarily switching his inky studio apron for the classic black apparel of a curator, Kelowna-based printmaker Briar Craig bravely took on the role of organizing this intriguing exhibition of recent work. more

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As a one-off exploration while in the thick of working on another, unrelated series of paintings, Calgary-based artist Bill Rodgers decided one day to reproduce in paint the cover of an old book that had belonged to his grandparents. more

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Although it initially seems straightforward enough, Ann Kipling’s work is complex and contradictory. Her drawings are at once beautiful, rich and sophisticated, yet also direct, uncomplicated and genuine. more

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Qualicum Beach, B.C.-based artist Don Jean-Louis has been on his own quirky and individual path of contemplation, research and discovery for decades. more

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