Sylvie Peltier is a relatively new painter. Saw her work for the first time at the #PenninsulaArtTour in White Rock and became an instant fan. Her paintings are vibrant, and evoke her personality, bright and colorful.
Angelo Morrissey paints in a variety of styles including, realism and abstract. These pictures, displayed in his home studio during the #PenninsulaArtTour in White Rock, beautifully capture the grace and power of ballet.
Jess Rice paints animals in a way that brings them to life, but in a style that makes them his own and lets the personality of his subject shine through. Jess was showing at the #PenninsulaArtTour with Marilyn Hurst and Angelo Morrissey.
Marilyn Hurst showing at the #PenninsulaArtTour in White Rock. Marilyn's paintings are often bright and uplifting studies in nature that give the viewer a refreshing new way to see the world. Occasionally, she captures human and animal subjects in a way that exposes a side we rarely see. She is also a brilliant writer, and recently started hosting a meditation group. Marilyn is also actively involved in helping the IAD increase it's visibility.
Watching chef and author Vikram Vij at WORD Vancouver literary festival. He's sharing heartfelt and soulful stories of his heritage and family. #wordvancouver #vijsrestaurant
David Patterson has been painting florals since time immemorial, and he's great at it. He has one of the most impressive home galleries and collections on the #PenninsulaArtTour His paintings are highly detailed and at the same time hauntingly ethereal, drawing you into a world you think you know, but have never seen.
Dandelion Pieta ... by David Klassen
I visited David Klassen at his home studio during the #penninsulaarttour David is a painter, a poet and an art philosopher who regaled us with intriguing stories about his work. His work is impressive and thought provoking and goes deep beyond the surface of his canvas. #intellectualart
When I got home late last night, G L O R I A was quietly upset, not because I was late, but because once again, she had misplaced her hands. I asked her where she had seen them last and she said on the ends of her arms. I went to her easel and there they were, painted into a canvas. What am I going to do with her? Good thing her head is screwed on, cause that would be too weird even for me ... tbc