Posts in Category: vancouver

“The Course of a Distant Empire” by Artist Jay Senetchko

Five large-scale paintings influenced by the idea of eternal recurrence by Vancouver-based artist Jay Senetchko. Building from the belief that events are part of a recurring cycle (as opposed to a linear time-line with a definitive end point), the pieces collapse past, present and future into vignettes that oscillate between profession and regression, decadence and destruction. See more images from “The Course of a Distant Empire” below or on display at Winsor Gallery until January 20.

 

Jay Senetchko

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The Polygon Gallery

Editor Pick: Fourhundred ML

Our talented friend James aka Fourhundred ML submitted some recent work. We’ve seen him live paint many times and it’s still hard to believe the things he can do with a spray can! If you have work you’d like to share, consider participating here.
 

“Cave Paintings” by Artist Rebecca Chaperon

New work by Vancouver-based artist Rebecca Chaperon. Click here for previous posts. See more images from “Cave Paintings” below or on display at Seymour Gallery in North Vancouver until October 14.

“Cave Paintings” by Artist Rebecca Chaperon

New work by Vancouver-based artist Rebecca Chaperon. Click here for previous posts. See more images from “Cave Paintings” below or on display at Seymour Gallery in North Vancouver until October 14.

Low Bros in Vancouver

Low Bros just shared a little video that brought back some fun memories of their visit here in Vancouver. They painted a mural right across the street from my apartment and I took ’em swimming up in the mountains.

Artist Spotlight: Tylor Macmillan

A selection of work by Vancouver-based artist and designer Tylor Macmillan. See more below.