The medias I work in range from oil paint, encaustic, gold-leaf, mono-print, rubbings and a combination of all of the above. Interesting surface texture, rich colorations, and unexpected interpretations constitute my art forms. Recent work explores ancient vessels and their myths juxtaposed against present day female imagery. Studio is located on the second floor of the Maritime Market.
Carolyn Kramer Artist
200-1650 Duranleau Street, V6H 3S4604.868.6259 | 604.605.1065
Charles H. Scott Gallery
1399 Johnston Street, V6H 3R9604.844.3809 | 604.844.3801
The Charles H. Scott Gallery carries out a programme of regional, national and international exhibitions that reflect the range of disciplines taught at the Emily Carr University of Art and Design. Emphasis is on contemporary thematic group shows that contain an educational and/or critical component and solo exhibitions that offer in-depth analysis of an artist's production.
Circle Craft Co-op
1 - 1666 Johnston Street, V6H 3S2604.669.8021 | 604.669.8585
Circle Craft Co-Operative features the work of craftspeople from across British Columbia. Circle Craft has been a major force in promoting the work of craftspeople in British Columbia since 1972. For every season of giving, the Shop and Gallery features a wide selection of contemporary and traditional craft in clay, glass, fibre, wood, metal and mixed media - our Gallery hosts monthly exhibitions.
Crafthouse / Craft Council of B.C.
1386 Cartwright Street, V6H 3R8604.687.7270 | 604.687.6711
Crafthouse is a shop/gallery that sells fine crafts, shaped by innovation and excellence, and made by Canadian members of the Craft Council of BC (CCBC). Crafthouse also provides craft-related information and education to the CCBC membership, the general public, professionals in the visual arts community, as well as commission referrals to our members.
Dalbergia Wood + Fine Objects
1333 Railspur Alley V6H 4G9604.669.9663
Dalbergia represents the work of Federico Méndez-Castro. A confluence of craftsmanship with the graphic elements of pure forms. Fine furniture, sculpted objects and accessories in wood are created with one purpose: enhancing the poetry of space. Balance, simple lines and clear shapes find their ways in Federico’s work. The one of a kind is the standard for this Artisan.
Daniel Materna Ceramics
1499 Old Bridge Street, V6H 3S5604.682.0230 | 604.682.0230
In the working studio of Daniel Materna, you'll find an array of ceramic lamps, plates, and sculptures all colourfully painted in the potter's unique style. With his workshop attached to his studio, you may even catch him throwing a hunk of clay and giving it a spin on the wheel.
1290 Cartwright Street, Vancouver, BC V6H 3R7604.696.6130
Jack Darcus has been painting and exhibiting in Vancouver, Eastern Canada, and Europe since 1964. In recent years he has presented a series of landscapes in egg tempera, the medium he loves best. Using this medium he creates beautifully detailed paintings that are comprised of thousands of tiny brush-strokes. Visit the studio to see his work and have a chat with the artist.
Dundarave Print Workshop
1640 Johnston Street, V6H 3S2604.689.1650
Incorporated as a cooperative, non-profit society since 1971, Dundarave Print Workshop, (DPW), is an artists' studio and gallery dedicated to contemporary fine art printmaking. Located in the Net Loft building, amidst Vancouver's vibrant Granville Island community, DPW offers professional facilities for intaglio, relief-based printmaking. Our 30 members show in our gallery at the same location.
Eagle Spirit Gallery
1803 Maritime Mews, V6H 3W7604.801.5205 | 604.801.5209
Located down Maritime Mews, the Eagle Spirit Gallery specializes in First Nations artwork. Wooden carvings by local West Coast natives fill the hallways while majestic wooden masks adorn the walls. The details in the colours and adornments are breathtaking and truly capture the spirit of First Nations cultures.
English Bay Gallery
101-1551 Johnston Street, V6H 3R9604.688.3006
English Bay Gallery, is artist owned and operated. Yoshi Yamamoto has a wide collection of Black & White photographs of English Bay, Architectural details, Heritage buildings of Vancouver and west coast landscape. Bill Frampton paints, photographs and draws spirit animals of the Canadian wilderness. Our Clients are Heritage Canada Olympics 2010, UBC, BC Assessment, Martha Stewart Signature, Museum of Nature, Showcase Alberta International, and many others.