Artist Katherine McLean works in encaustic painting and ceramics. Her work is fundamentally representational, it frequently flirts with abstraction. Her still life ceramics are well known for their colour, lively composition and luscious glasses. Find Katherine's studio in Railspur Alley opposite the Agro Café.
Katherine McLean Studio
#1-1359 Cartwright St, V6H 3R7604.684.8452
Kingsmill Pottery Studio
1620 Johnston Street, V6H 3S2604.682.6575
In 1979, Potter Bob Kingsmill opened his studio in the Net Loft. His masks are widely collected and his wall murals hang in homes and public buildings in many countries of the world. Kingsmill Pottery Studio is the working studio of potters Bob Kingsmill, Don Hutchinson and Darlene Nairne; Keith Lehman and Carole Henshall of Poplar Studio are also participating artists in this space. Their work is exhibited for sale.
KROMA Artist's Acrylics
1649 Duranleau Street, V6H 3S3604.669.4030 | 604.669.4030
Since 1970 KROMA has been making paint by hand in small batches at our workshop in the Net Loft building. Our artist's quality paint is made from the highest quality light-fast pigments and 100% acrylic resin.
1555 Duranleau Street, V6H 3S3604.688.1724 | 604.688.1851
Malaspina Printmakers is a non-profit artist-run centre that supports the development of printmaking as a contemporary art form and promotes and preserves traditional print practice. The centre’s main objectives are to advance knowledge of printmaking in the community and facilitate the critical and technical exploration of printmaking in contemporary visual art practice. As a production studio, gallery and educational centre, Malaspina’s vision is to become a premiere resource centre for print culture by actively engaging the visual arts community and attracting new enthusiasts to this dynamic medium.
Michael Dean Jewellery Design
1808 Boatlift Lane, V6H 3Y2604.684.3866
Michael Dean is an accomplished jeweller with 30 years experience. Though Michael's portfolio includes many different forms of jewellery, his specialty is custom designed bridal rings, and he has crafted hundreds of unique and stunning bands. His award-winning designs can be found exclusively at his workshop and showroom on Granville Island.
New Leaf Editions
1370 Cartwright Street, V6H 3R7604.689.9918
A collaborative printmaking shop. For artists seeking new forms of expression, Peter Braune of New Leaf Editions offers the collaborative exploration of image making using assorted print media. New Leaf also encourages the public to ask about letterpress and mini-prints for creating special menus, invitations, cards, broadsheets and fundraising print projects. Also visit us at: www.bimpe.com, www.scwop.com
New-Small and Sterling Studio Glass
1440 Old Bridge Street, V6H 3S6604.681.6730 | 604.681.6747
New-Small & Sterling offers a selection of contemporary designs in functional and sculptural glass. Designed by David New-Small, our studio lines create a unique synthesis of form, function, craftsmanship and colour. Organic forms and high quality glass make each of our pieces precious and distinct.
Opus Framing & Art Supplies Ltd.
1360 Johnston Street, V6H 3S1604.736.7028 | 604.683.7083
Embrace your inner artist at Opus! Originally opened as a DIY framing service for artists, we now offer a full range of art supplies for every kind of creative project. Great customer service, knowledgeable staff, a free monthly newsletter, and plenty of inspiration. Stop by for a visit today.
Per Wendel Madsen Fine Jewellery
1490 Johnston Street, V6H 3S1604.684.0707 | 604.684.0707
The workshop and Gallery of Per Wendel Madsen is a treasure on the 2nd floor of 1490 Johnston. Showcasing Jewellery in 18k Gold and Platinum of Per W. Madsen and figurative paintings by Natalia Vetrova. Vetrova’s paintings feature pearls and jewels straight from Madsen’s collection in the showcases. In 2011 Per Wendel Madsen is celebrating his 25th year on Granville Island, and welcomes you to experience the concept Jewellery and Painting.
Artist: Natalia Vetrova
Peter Kiss Gallery
1327 Railspur Alley, V6H 4G9604.696.0433 | 604.696.0443
The gallery displays the work of Peter Kiss and Tania Gleave. Peter's work is 2, 2 1/2 and 3 dimensional wood sculpture which combines humour with social commentary. Tania's work often combines oil, inks, beeswax and pastels to create colour studies with subtle tonal and textured variations.