VANCOUVERITES | “Beautiful But Harsh” – Seven Minutes With Local Artist Andy Dixon

VANCOUVERITES | “Beautiful But Harsh” – Seven Minutes With Local Artist Andy Dixon

by Grady Mitchell | If artists like Renoir and Matisse had been around in the '60s instead of the 19th century, their work probably would have looked something like Andy Dixon's. The Vancouver artist's images are bold and brash, a vibrant swirl of psychedelic tones depicting scenes of aristocratic luxury and leisure, elegant portraits, serene still lives and landscapes. In one image, tuxedoed gentlemen climb a grand staircase. In another, those same men waltz with equally glamorous… more 

SCOUT LIST | Ten Things That You Should Absolutely Do Between Now And Next Week

SCOUT LIST | Ten Things That You Should Absolutely Do Between Now And Next Week

by Michelle Sproule | The main objective of this website is to scout out and promote the things that make Vancouver such a sweet place to be. We do this with… more 

VANCOUVERITES | Of Manwolfs & Movies: The Mezmerising Universe Of Corey Adams

VANCOUVERITES | Of Manwolfs & Movies: The Mezmerising Universe Of Corey Adams

by Grady Mitchell | "It was the hardest and best thing I've ever done. I had not a clue what I was getting into." That's Corey Adams talking about his first… more 

HEADS UP | “Portraits Of Brief Encounters” Show & Game Set For Tonight In Chinatown

HEADS UP | “Portraits Of Brief Encounters” Show & Game Set For Tonight In Chinatown

by Grady Mitchell | A new show/event/game called Portraits of Brief Encounters takes place tonight (November 12) at thisopenspace in Chinatown (434 Columbia… more 

SEEN IN VANCOUVER #517 | Heady Show Opens At New Serpens Gallery In Chinatown

SEEN IN VANCOUVER #517 | Heady Show Opens At New Serpens Gallery In Chinatown

by Grady Mitchell | The new Serpens Gallery (replacing the Positive Negative Gallery at 436 Columbia St.) opened its first - and very Halloween-appropriate… more 

SCOUT LIST | Ten Things That You Should Absolutely Do Between Now And Next Week

SCOUT LIST | Ten Things That You Should Absolutely Do Between Now And Next Week

by Michelle Sproule | The main objective of this website is to scout out and promote the things that make Vancouver such a sweet place to be. We do this with… more 

VANCOUVERITES | Storytelling & Making Pictures With Local Artist Sean Karemaker

VANCOUVERITES | Storytelling & Making Pictures With Local Artist Sean Karemaker

by Grady Mitchell | If you frequent coffee shops around East Van, you've probably seen artist Sean Karemaker intently hunched over drawing in a notebook or… more 

VANCOUVERITES | Eleven Minutes In The Studio With Local Artist Rebecca Chaperon

VANCOUVERITES | Eleven Minutes In The Studio With Local Artist Rebecca Chaperon

by Grady Mitchell | Artist Rebecca Chaperon builds worlds. "I'm obsessed with a sense of place," she says. "If I don't have a sense of place when I'm… more 

SCOUT LIST | Ten Things That You Should Absolutely Do Between Now And Next Week

SCOUT LIST | Ten Things That You Should Absolutely Do Between Now And Next Week

by Michelle Sproule | The main objective of this website is to scout out and promote the things that make Vancouver such a sweet place to be. We do this with… more 

SEEN IN VANCOUVER #516 | Local Architect Argues To Keep The VAG Exactly Where It is

SEEN IN VANCOUVER #516 | Local Architect Argues To Keep The VAG Exactly Where It is

Local firm Peter Cardew Architects just sent us an email and video link countering the already accepted and established plans for the new Vancouver Art… more 

COOL THING WE WANT #445 | “Window Seat” Photo Book By Jennilee Marigomen

COOL THING WE WANT #445 | “Window Seat” Photo Book By Jennilee Marigomen

by Grady Mitchell | "Light is the most important thing," says Jennilee Marigomen. "Light is everything." The Vancouver photographer has masterful control… more 

VANCOUVERITES | Six Illuminating Minutes Inside The Studio Of Local Artist Ed Spence

VANCOUVERITES | Six Illuminating Minutes Inside The Studio Of Local Artist Ed Spence

by Grady Mitchell | Ed Spence is an analog artist for the digital age, a specialist who takes existing images and pixelates them by hand. His process starts… more 

SCOUT LIST | 10 Things That You Should Absolutely Do Between Now & Next Week

SCOUT LIST | 10 Things That You Should Absolutely Do Between Now & Next Week

by Michelle Sproule | The main objective of this website is to scout out and promote the things that make Vancouver such a sweet place to be. We do this with… more 

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