Collect Design Thrive

Collect Design Thrive

Panel Discussion

Collect Design Thrive

Friday April 5th, 5pm-7pm


Bringing together an expert panel, we invite you to join us for an energetic discussion on how owning visual art can elevate your lifestyle by creating impactful, emotional spaces that add value to your home investment.

Questions are welcome!

Rebecca Farah Al-Lahiq (Fine Art + Collectibles Insurance Specialist)

Andrew Lasko (CPA CA, Realtor)

McKay Wood (Senior Mortgage Planner)

Christina Co. (Principle Interior Designer)

Jennifer Kostuik (Art Dealer)

Wine + Appetizers, Seating is first come, first served

panel discussion begins at 5:45pm

1070 Homer Street,
Vancouver, BC, V6B 2W9, Canada

T. 604.737.3969

Spring Group Show

Spring Group Show

Gallery Artists

Spring Group Show

March 13th - April 14th, 2024

Kostuik Gallery presents a colourful and energetic group show for spring focusing on the medium of paint. Included are gestural paintings by Yvonne Robert, meditative dot paintings by AJ Oishi, textured oil paintings by Zhang He, illusionistic photographs by Judy D. Shane and more!

Also featured are fluid wall sculptures by Stefan Duerst, sculptural assemblages by Matt Shlian, reflective silver leaf collage by Stuart Robertson.

View featured Artworks below

Stephen Hutchings – The Forecast

Stephen Hutchings – The Forecast

Stephen Hutchings

Stephen Hutchings – The Forecast

February 8th – March 10th, 2024

Opening Reception: Thursday, February 8th, 5-7pm and Saturday Feb 10th from 12-3pm

Jennifer Kostuik Gallery presents The Forecast by Stephen Hutchings.

“Weather is always on our mind. Especially when the weather is “bad”, or nasty or ominous, like a heavy rain, strong winds, storm clouds, and thunder or black skies. Then the weather becomes an inconvenience, perhaps a challenge or even a threat. The term “pathetic fallacy” is used in art and literature to describe weather that mirrors our inner state. The paintings in this body of work all denote a weather event that can be associated with an emotion or subjective response. They serve not only as forecasts of the weather, but also as metaphors of our human condition”. – Stephen Hutchings, 2023