Tag Archives: The Gallery at the Arts Centre
Spotlight on Alli van Gruen “Colourful, warm, and textured” is how Alli describes her artistic style. Referencing old family slides, van Gruen takes her viewer back in time to their own childhood memories. How did you get into creating? … Read More
Spotlight on Catherine Mitchell Roy Catherine Mitchell Roy describes her style in three words, “punk-rock, fairytale, and magic”. Her favourite weapons of mass creativity are pen and ink but she also works in acrylic, watercolor, and pyrography. How did … Read More
Spotlight on Jessica Soparlo The artist behind Would Be Nude Not To has a “playful, imaginative, and feminine” style. Jessica Soparlo’s illustrations are inspired by her love of the mountains, the ocean, and the female form. How did you get … Read More
Spotlight on Kylie Millar Meet Kylie Millar, the visionary behind Think-It-Over. Kylie specializes in encaustic wax, and describes her work as “messy, playful, and evolving”. Let’s delve more into her inspirations and creative process. … Read More
Attention young creatives: Art exhibitions, Student Art Awards and the first-ever Chili Thom Scholarship!
The snow will soon begin melting and the hope for warmer weather is creeping up. Just like the winter, the school season is in its final few months. For students in elementary and secondary school in the Sea to Sky, … Read More
How can art help us question our perspectives and help us shine a light on our unconscious biases? How can it help us challenge and change the status quo? How do you see societal norms and sometimes rile against them? … Read More