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Douglas Udell Gallery, Vancouver

After 28 years, the Douglas Udell Gallery will be closing its Vancouver doors at the end of October. more

NEWS

Les Thomas likes to prowl hardware stores looking for tools he can use to make interesting marks in his paintings. more

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Gallery owner Doug Udell was so impressed with Erik Olson’s expressionistic portraits that he wanted to buy one when they first met in the artist’s Calgary studio last fall. more

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The captivating collection of paintings that makes up Natalka Husar’s "Burden of Innocence: Act 2 and Act 3" make use of Lomography and Istagram extensively. more

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Saturday March 31st, 2012 and painter Natalka Husar is very much the artiste-on-display at the opening of her show “Burden of Innocence: Act 2 and Act 3”, as she flits between guests, entertaining and explaining. more

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Nothing hides in Lucian Freud’s portraiture. more

HISTORICAL ART & AUCTIONS

WITH A LIGHT, FREE HAND, THIS B.C. ARTIST CAPTURES THE CHANGING FACE OF HER MOUNTAIN HOME. 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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From his Montreal studio in a working commercial warehouse, Dominique Gaucher mentions two artists who inspire him: controversial British artist Damien Hirst (b. 1965) and the German Romantic painter Caspar Friedrich (1774 – 1840). more

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Perreault, born in Albertville, Saskatchewan, in 1947, exhibits widely on the Prairies. A graduate of the University of Saskatchewan in 1970, he has won many awards and commissions. more

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