October 18th - November 17th, 2019
Meet the Artist: Friday, Oct. 18th, 5-8 PM, Saturday, Sept 19th, 2-5 PM
The linear movement of international artist Marianne Lovink’s new collection of wall mounted and suspended sculptures combined with modernist pops of color give an additional taste of her skill in giving engaging and fresh three dimensional form to her intuitive explorations.
“With this newest series of work I have been exploring the relationship between sculptural form and its embellishment. This is not unusual for me, but in the past I have resisted the urge to fully explore this interest. I have always been fascinated with the visual language of mark – making throughout millennia – and its complexity, variety, and pervasiveness across all cultures.”
“This timeless preoccupation with the endless expressive possibilities of repetitive motifs, and the subsequent effect of positive and negative space, has had a growing influence on my work. I am particularly interested in how a specific motif can conform but also resist the underlying sculptural form, creating a visual tension that enlivens the eye.”
November 29th – December 14th, 2019
All selected artworks are under $3000 with opening bids at 25% less their value!
September 13th – October 13th, 2019
Meet the Artist Friday Sept. 13th 5-8 PM, Saturday Sept 14th 2-5 Pm
August 1st – 31st, 2019
Steven Goring and Stu Oxley
June 21st, 2019 – July 15th, 2019
Meet Steven Goring and Stu Oxley on Friday June 21st, 5-7 pm and Saturday June 22nd, 2-5 pm.
Exhibition continues to July 15th
Hong Kong / Vancouver photography artist David Elliot
Matt Devine, ‘Either Way #2’, 2018
Aluminum with Blue Powder Coat (Matte Finish)
24 x 60 x 8 inches
On Monday, September 16th from 5:30 pm- 8pm, Swim Drink Fish Canada will host its Art Auction Preview: with Robert Kennedy Jr. ambassador for Water Keeper Alliance as the speaker.
Showcased works will be auctioned off at the 2019 Swim Drink Fish Gala on September 28th at Rosewood Hotel Georgia.
James Lahey, painter and photographer is presenting new oil paintings from his well received collection “Made in Canada” showcasing “Flag of Canada” and “Canada Geese” and a selection of works from 2016 onward