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Interviewed by Giorgio Vaselli of the Energy Art Movement

January 8, 2009

I was recently interviewed by Giorgio Vaselli, head of the fledgling Energy Art Movement, whom i’ve been in contact with about joining as I feel a huge resonance with their vision. Here’s a description from their site:
Some paintings vibrate with energy. Impressionists like Monet tried to capture light. Futurists like Boccioni portrayed motion and […]

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East Vancouver Culture Crawl

November 25, 2008

This weekend I participated in the East Vancouver Culture crawl, arranging last minute to make use of a studio in Strathcona and share my work.  I was a little off the beaten path, and not  on the map, so getting people into the studio proved to be a bit of a challenge, but once there […]

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Zdzislaw Beksinski

June 10, 2008

My roomate just turned me on to the unbelievable works of Zdzislaw Beksinski. While a lot of his work is darker than my usual tastes, his mastery of texture is unparalleled, and I’m particularly drawn to his tidal pieces.

The tragic circumstances regarding his death a few years ago are quite bizarre and sad. […]

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Ted Zourntos

June 5, 2008

It’s always inspiring to find such a successful artist creating what I’ve come to term ‘process based’ works. I’m really enchanted by Ted Zourntos’ style and the compositions he is able to create. I find myself wishing I was in Toronto so that I could take a class or two with him.
He’s got […]

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Darren Waterston’s work

May 30, 2008

Like many others I’m sure, I find Darren Waterston’s work incredibly evocative and inspiring. The masterful fusion of organic flow and impeccable detail is stunning. Definitely looking forward to an opportunity to view these works in person…

Thanks to Kirsten Anderson over at Right some Good for the introduction to this […]

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