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Archives for posts tagged ‘Sketching’

Don Russell





I cannot remember when I last held a pencil. I do not think I even own a pencil anymore, and certainly not a pencil case, or a sharpener, or an eraser. And I most definitely have not been in possession of a sketching pad for at least a decade now. It just begs the question [...]

Viktor Timofeev


I once considered a career in architecture. I took classes in analysing our relationship with space. While I no longer pursue this profession, those classes left a profound impact in my understanding of space. Sometimes, I even turn the lights off and fumble deliberately in darkness, just to feel the walls that shelter me. When [...]

Roy Arden


Recently, two new murals by Roy Arden were unveiled at the Vancouver Convention Centre Expansion Project in Coal Harbour, Vancouver. Using historic photo images from the Vancouver Public Library, Arden’s giant collage Big House (2008) depicts events in pre-WWII British Columbia. The focus of Big House is the social and economic struggles, conflicts and realities [...]

Jennifer Stead

“[My work] unfurls across the panel, revealing a narrative like the story in a novel. It is most often a personal narrative, autobiographical in content that informs and is found in the finished work… The landscapes become maps or barometers of feeling, internalised responses, psychologically defined spaces while simultaneously being reflections on perception, light and [...]