While heading to the Gam Gallery to check out a friend's group art show—we stopped to enter 434 Columbia St. a mysterious little space where Charlotte Stafford was hosting her solo exhibition—Precious Things: Collected and Kept.Read More
Before becoming a full-time fine artist—Philip earned a living in the world of advertising. Out of college he received a job as a commercial illustrator at an ad agency, it was fascinating flipping through his collection of work from the span of his career before fine art.Read More
Photo diary of an intimate winter night in Vancouver listening to the talented Benjamin Francis Leftwhich—an English singer-songwriter from York England. His songs are so simple & soulful, its hard to not to get lost in sound of his soft playing despite being in a room full of people.Read More
While fighting off frost & the recent cold sweeping over Vancouver we wandered into The American on Main St. (formerly the Electric Owl) and were greeted by festive site of talented Vancouver artists showcasing their work and selling their goods to those looking for something special to fill their stockings with.Read More
Meet James Mckenzie, the patriarch of one of the pioneering families that settled in the Tweed Valley in the late 1800's. For over 6 generations, the Mckenzies have owned and managed over 500 acres of mountain covered in subtropical rainforest & eucalyptus nestled in the immense caldera of an extinct shield volcano - the largest in the Southern Hemisphere.
You may not have heard of Agnes Water & 1770, these twin coastal towns are sometimes left off of the list of places you must visit as you make your way along Australia's east coast - perhaps that is one of the reasons that make this area is so special. Situated in Central Queensland, this region is known as the Discovery Coast - marking Captain Cook's first contact with the state. Agnes Water is also home to the most northerly surf beach on the east coast - a beautiful place to get your fill of surf before the start of the reef.
While wandering the streets of Fitzroy taking in some of Melbourne's fantastic street art, we stumbled upon a truly incredible space - Tony Knoll's studio / art shop - Panelpop.
Tony is just as much an avid art collector as he is a creator. He takes illustrations & images that inspire him and produces a unique and beautiful print - offering one to the artist and one to adorn his shop.