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Creative Process: Interview with Joanne Hastie

As the weather cools down and days get shorter, many artists will be returning to the comfort of their studios soon. We caught up with Vancouver artist and marathon runner, Joanne Hastie recently, and discussed how she uses the photos she’s taken when outdoors to capture the essence of a scene in her art process, and how her process has come full circle – via Italy!...Read more

Painting with Acrylics: Liquitex Intermixability

Discover the power of Liquitex Intermixability by combining spray paint, ink and acrylic paint to create layers of depth and radiance in your artwork!...Read more

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Hammer Cut Stitch Repeat at Circle Craft Gallery

Einstein's definition of insanity is “doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results”. In Hammer Cut Stitch Repeat, an exhibition opening at Circle Craft Gallery on September 8th, 2016 a group of artists will test this theory. The show brings together a group of artists who all use repetition as a main component of their work. Featuring the work of:

Rachael Ashe - hand cut paper installation and wearable sculpture.
Nell Burns - lamp and neckpieces made out of embroidery stitches
Su Foster - hand engraved brooches
Patsy Kolesar - enameled jewellery
Simone Richmond - etched and hand stitched jewellery...Read more

Calll for Performance Artists

The event will take place on Sunday, October 2nd, from 12:00pm-5:00pm. There are fourt guide positions available.

The successful candidate will entertain patrons on trolley buses between sites, sharing information about the event, about the performances and locations on the tour, and any interesting historical or cultural facts along the driving route. Comprehensive notes will be provided to each guide for reference, but the ideal candidate must be comfortable improvising and ad-libbing. The tour lasts approximately 4 hours, and an honourarium will be paid....Read more