We are thrilled to present “On the Way to Dave’s (and Other Places),” a vibrant and captivating collection of works by Ontario based artist, Drew Klassen.
Drawing inspiration from travels between 1991 and present-day, this latest collection represents a selection of images of favoured scenery with a non-linear storyline. Viewers are transported alongside a visual memoir of the artist’s exploration of places both far and near to home and are called into an intimate assemblage of Klassen’s most stimulating recollections.
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Welcome to David Wilson
David Wilson is a Vancouver based contemporary Canadian artist working with acrylic paint rendering colorful representational abstract paintings that primarily focuses upon the process of utilizing light, colour and composition to create cityscapes that reflect the pulsing, thriving energy found within the urban landscape.
Introducing Michaela Hoppe
Saskatchewan based artist Michaela Hoppe’s passionately delightful paintings reflect life, travel and acquaintances met along the way. A vibrant collection of intensely intimate imagery these snapshots of everyday life and scenery transcend simple moments in time and become dynamic representations of the existence of the eternal and irrepressible beauty all around us.
Mitchell FentonThe Vintage RV and Trailer show “The Wild Life awaits you!” 4 July - 1 August 2020
Mitch is busy painting for his upcoming exhibit -- follow us on Instagram to see sneek peaks of work-in-progress.