KYLE SCHEURMANN

BIOGRAPHY  GALLERY  CV  NEWS . BIOGRAPHY Kyle Scheurmann was born and grew up in Winnipeg MB. He completed his BFA at the Ontario College of Art + Design University in 2013, and his MFA at Emily Carr University in 2018 where he was awarded the 2018 Graduate Studies Valedictorian.  He was the winner of the 2018 Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation, Painting Grant, Montreal QC and a 2017 Scholarship Award, BC Arts Council, Vancouver [...]

2020-12-16T10:30:18-08:00

RANDALL STEEVES

. Randall Steeves’ thickly painted, textured paintings invite the viewer to reconsider the gesture of painting itself. The canvases explore the relationship between the photographic index and the painterly trace with a wry nod towards conceptual art practice. The subject of his canvases is the fingerprint. Steeves had himself “processed” by the Vancouver Police Department in preparation for this work and the pieces are made up entirely of his [...]

2021-03-11T16:37:36-08:00

CARRIE WALKER

BIOGRAPHY  GALLERY  CV BIOGRAPHY Carrie Walker works realistically and with great dexterity in the difficult medium of watercolor using her art to examine our relationship with the natural world. Intriguingly she pushes the boundaries of the genre scarily close to kitsch without falling into that dubious place. The emptiness or incompleteness of background, she observes, alters the way we read the image. Her compositions, which include stencil­like intrusions of white space where rocks [...]

2021-01-13T16:23:22-08:00

BRUCE TURNBULL

BIOGRAPHY Designing home renovations by day, Turnbull uses discarded materials from building sites to inform his artistic practice. Turnbull states: “I’m always looking for the beauty in things that have been discarded.” Thus, cupboard doors, fences, the side of a locker, or the side of an airplane all come to function as canvas for the artist. His preferred medium of painting fuses layers of oil paints in combination with heated beeswax. [...]

2021-05-26T13:31:49-07:00

JEROEN WITVLIET

Jeroen Witvliet Interview 2021 SIGHTING PART TWO 2016 Witvliet’s Sighting paintings are mostly without human presence. An empty stadium bleacher, a forest without seemingly any human activity are presented on larger format canvasses and speak of what has been, touching on memory of events and history. Informed by a film never made and therefore only existing as a phantom, the imagery is strangely silent, almost like waiting for [...]

2021-05-20T16:45:28-07:00

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