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Monte Clark Gallery

Karin Bubaš presents large-scale photographs of desert flora that she shot in California. more

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Vancouver Flats arts and culture community urges TransLink to avoid “cut and cover” to preserve rare Finning industrial building. 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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Tim Gardner returned to oil paints about a year ago, years after trading them for the watercolours that brought him international attention. more

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Colleen Heslin, “Needles and Pins,” 2016, installation at Esker Foundation

John Dean

There’s a push and pull in Colleen Heslin’s quilt-like paintings, a pull to examine the undulating dyes and the rolling seams that stitch together second-hand fabrics used as surface and support. more

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It’s dusk outside as Greg Girard discusses photography techniques in the café at the Vancouver Art Gallery. more

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Scott McFarland, “Corner of the Courageous, Repatriation Ceremony for Private Tyler William Todd, Grenville St., Toronto, Ontario, April 14, 2010”

Courtesy of Scott McFarland and Monte Clark Gallery Vancouver / Toronto

When a Canadian soldier dies in Afghanistan, his or her body (if there is a body left) is repatriated at a ceremony on Toronto’s Grenville Street. A mixed lineup of militia, firefighters, and onlookers salutes the fallen soldier’s return. more

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What does voice mean?” This is the question Roy Arden is exploring in his upcoming mixed media exhibition, Vox at Monte Clark Gallery. more

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Grainy sepia and ochre tones with hints of pinks and yellows describe skin tones. Muted bathroom tiles and shower curtains mixed with brighter colours in the items of clothing such as matching bra and panties in fuchsia create the venue. more

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Harrison has focused his brief and bright career on a self-reflective study of artists as creators (a large and memorable print in 2004 pictured nine students at their easels, packed around a still-life subject). more

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Since moving to Asia in 1983, Vancouver-born artist Greg Girard has been building a successful career as a commercial photographer, documenting many well-known sites and personalities in Hong Kong, Taiwan, and in other locations in mainland China. more

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