I love painting reflections! This painting was named through a contest on my website. Colin, who named it said; "A wonderful new sensation is being created on your easel! The imagery gives me the need to smile and to feel a sustained happiness. It reminds me of an angelfish discovering a beautiful flower on it's nose. "Sunflower Angel Surprise" is my suggestion for a title". I enjoy the contrasts between the color of the sunflower and the black and white fabric.
Akey, Diane - Self Portrait
I've always enjoyed making art. I have had many roles in my life so far - student, teacher, mother, wife, farmer, and now painter! I paint what I want and where ever my brush takes me! I usually paint in acrylics and oils. Recently, I have been experimenting with cold wax and oils. I like mark making, textures and patches of colours.
Anderson, Doris - Selflessness
Ayley, Joanne - Old Head Lighthouse
When I paint I try to capture the high points of my life - the special momentsI of a trip or even a day that make me feel excited and happy to be alive and doing what I'm doing.
Bodnar, Cheryl - Horse
Boyle, June - Abstract - title not provided
28 x 16 inches framed
Acrylic on canvas
Part of a series of abstracts
Bradford, Lynne - Bonsai and Peacocks
I love to create art! Any medium, any subject. " Art is for Peace of Mind". Art reflects what is in the artist's heart.
Breitkreutz, Hazel - Charise
Hazel is familiar with various mediums and enjoys creating works with impressionistic abstraction. Through her artistic expressions, Hazel finds her communication enriched and she enjoys watching the reaction of others to her paintings.
Hazel’s interest in art grew out of her love for color, nature and people. Travel has heightened her awareness of the natural world providing both inspiration and stimulation. Her work developed under the skillful instruction and valued critique of several notable international artists. She is an active member of the Federation of Canadian Artists and has successfully completed various courses of instruction offered by the Federation including; Painting Theory and Application, Theory and Creativity, and the Four-Year Foundation Program - with Distinction. This was followed by years of intensive study where her creativity was stimulated and a unique personal style developed.
Her works have been successfully entered in many juried exhibitions, including the Surrey Art Gallery, where she placed in the top three in water-media, and the Federation of Canadian Artists, where she was honoured with an Award of Excellence. Hazel has participated in many solo and group shows and has also donated her work to various charitable fundraising events. Her art has been purchased and is enjoyed by collectors from many parts of the world.
Hazel enjoys sharing her experience, ideas and inspiration by teaching courses and workshops.
Brown, Catherine - Edible...mmm
Watercolor artist, painting on both paper and canvas.
Carrie Nicole - The Bartlett Sisters
Acrylic on Gallery wrapped canvas
36" X 24
Caufield, Lee - Hayfield with Hawk
Lee Caufield's mixed media paintings use an abstracted or stylized approach to recognizable images.
She is a Signature member of the Federation of Canadian Artists.
Davies, Veronica - Day Dreaming
Acrylic, 24" x 30"
Donovan, Laura - Compass Rose for Africa
I do my work at 'Body Art by Laura D Studio' in White Rock.
Dougas, Gillian - Prospect of Whitby
Commissioned pastel painting for a wedding anniversary couple in Ontario.
Ian de Hoog is a Canadian watercolourist and instructor living out on the West Coast of British Columbia. Ian developed an early visual interest in the medium due to the works of Franklin Carmichael and Toni Onley. However, it was during a brief stint studying architecture that a physical love of painting manifested. While primarily self-taught, Ian is very grateful for the recent opportunities he has had to study with Thomas Schaller and Herman Pekel.
Ian’s paintings have been exhibited in solo and group exhibitions and are included in a growing number of private collections around the world.
Fong, Eileen - Sunset by the Dock
It is always an enchanting moment as the sky turns into such a beautiful picture. I enjoy painting this photo taken on Crescent Beach and more exciting was the siting of the whales.
Fox, Gary - Beautiful Rockies Too
I enjoy painting detail and realism in all my paintings and try to capture that mood of that point in time. I find mountains such as this present a definite challenge for me. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did painting it
Gauthier, Donalda - White Rock Beach
I am a pastel artist and love the beauty of nature. I enjoy capturing images of the natural world and sharing them with those who view them. My work is characterized by rich vibrant colours especially the sunsets and seascapes I love to do.
Grigsby, Nancy - Wordplay
acrylic mixed/collage on paperboard
Herder, Reet - Evening Glory
When I began my painting career, in 1998, I was amazed at how quickly I had been captured by the world of art and lured into it’s secret paths to paint life,
as I saw it.
Painting became such a passion, for me, which invoked a deep desire to capture, photographically, images from all walks of life that could be used for my artistic expressions. These photos became my emotional bond which inspired me to put down on canvas what my heart wanted to convey.
Be it still life, florals, animals, people or landscapes, the whole world became alive and I could hardly wait to start creating my stories. Colors came to life, values took on a different meaning and lights and darks became teachers, in and of themselves.
I felt I had so many stories to paint and the challenge to be able to speak through my artwork was inmeasurable. My mind had become my artistic voice, always ready for another canvas.
Today, my artistic signature, into the world of visual arts, is an expression of peace and tranquility with images and colors that may capture your heart and soul and bring about the same emotional response that intrigued me, to begin with.
Janzen, Jacquie - Forget Me Never
Johnston, MaryEllen - West Coast II
Works mainly in Acrylic and some watercolour - west coast landscapes and other and abstract.
Brush and pallet knife.
Johnstone, Georgina - Il Duomo, Florence
I paint landscapes, still lifes, flowers, figurative and semi-abstracts using acrylics. I also teach in my home studio. I particularly enjoy teaching beginners as I get excited when I see them discovering their own creativity.
Kelm, Marilyn - Wild West Dance
Although my main interest in the arts has been Acrylic and Mixed Medium painting lately
I have fallen in love with a product called Paverpol where I capture a moment in time.
My Sculptures are finding a place in homes and gardens as the weather does not effect them.
Klemm, Peter, Canadian Reflection
I work primarily with oils on canvas. I am particularly drawn to subject material that shows a lot of depth and contrast with light and shadow. My works typically draw you in using perspective and taking the eye of the viewer on a path into the scene.
Kopcok, Anna - Abundance of Poppies 16x20 , Oil
I draw inspiration from the natural beauty surrounding us. Painting oils or acrylic "wet in wet" with a palette knife allows me to be spontaneous and create the texture and edges that brand my work.
Painting is my lifelong passion.
Lake, Mary - Lagoon
Lees, Eve - Wedding Day
Eve Lees is a portrait artist
18 x 24 oil portrait
Lees-Stout, Lori - Camouflage
Vibrant watercolours are my passion. I do both traditional framed watercolours and varnished watercolours. My varnished watercolours are done on watercolour paper that is adhered to a thick wood board. After the paper has dried onto the wood board I do my sketch and then use a combination of watercolour paints, gouache and pen and ink to complete my piece. To finish the process I use several coats of varnish to seal the art and give it a UV protection so it does not have to be framed under glass. I paint a variety of subjects including buildings, birds, fish, fairies and insects...but my favourite subject to paint is flowers.
McMurray, Bob - Duck Pond
Milne, Carole - The Hood Canal
The Hood Canal, Watercolor, 11x14
Morris, Linda - '46 Pickup
Linda Morris is a local artist who has been painting for about 15 years. She specializes in oil paintings, oil pastels, and acrylic painting. She loves all the bright colours of nature, and the almost spiritual nature of the painting itself. She became inspired by all forms of painting when her father passed on, and continues this wonderful form of therapy.
She is an active member of the Surrey Arts Council; S. Surrey, White Rock Art Assoc.; the Surrey Art Gallery Association, Langley Arts Council and Semiahmoo Arts Council.
Linda paints many subjects including animals, which she loves to do. She has recently become an active member of the Federation of Canadian Artists.
Newbury, Thelma - Last Rays of Sun
Thelma loves to work with vibrant colours. Enjoy her artworks.
Newell, Veronica - Kiwanis Park
I live in South Surrey, British Columbia, outside of Vancouver. I paint in acrylics on canvas. I love to paint forests, water, and nature scenes in fun colors and contemporary compositions.
Pearson, Marilyn - Janalee
Acrylic on canvas
Perez, Susan - Spooning
Trees! I am so drawn to trees. I have painted a lot of trees. But I love this one most, so far. It is loose, free, and whimsical.
Robertson, Catherine - Kerrisdale Show
I paint the natural world and its wonderful colours.
Ruppel, Laurie - Beach Hideaway
Scagel, Robert - Mount Denali in Moonlight
A three-dimentional presentation
Siemens, Chris - Number Two Lake
I'm a visual artist based in White Rock, BC. I love painting Canadian landscapes in oils, doing portraits in charcoal, and working with other materials. I pursue excellence in everything that I do, and I want to be one of the best artists in this country. I hope that my work brings you as much joy and life as it gives me!
Sims, Jean - Pacific North West
Smythe, Violet - Summer's Blush
Violet Smythe is a local artist and instructor. She is an active member of the Westcoast Calligraphy Society (2000), Alphabeas Calligraphy Guild (2007) as well as a number of other guilds in Canada and the USA. In 2015 she became a member of the South Surrey White Rock Arts Society and Semiahmoo Arts. She is a member of a Vancouver Artist Collaborative and Creekside Watercolour Artists; her work has been included in juried exhibitions at various venues in the Greater Vancouver Area.
She has always dabbled in art but it wasn’t until 2000, when she joined the WCS that her art journey really began. From that point forward she commenced her art studies not only in the art of calligraphy but acrylics, decorative painting, watercolour, mixed media, collage and drawing. She has had the opportunity to study under many gifted and talented teachers as well as some world renowned instructors. More recently she has been concentrating her efforts in watercolour, journaling, classical/life drawing and colour pencil. Over the last five+ years she has been teaching classes in watercolour, lettering, rubber stamp & Lino carving as well as card making. She loves to create and to share her passion.
A number of her watercolours and acrylic pieces can be found in private collections. You can see an example of her most recent published collaboration in the 2014 November issue of Bound and Lettered: Playing with a Full Deck as well as on her website
Sobol, Kate - Channeling Frida
Stevenson, Mary - Sunset Coast
I am a textile / fibre artist living in White Rock with an ever changing scene of beauty before me daily, a perfect place to be inspired. l have worked with textiles for most of my life so it was not surprising to me to one day, several years ago to decide to paint using textiles. So what you see here is my ' Sunset Coast 'painting and instead of using paint for brush strokes l use hundreds of tiny fragments of fabric. l like to work with silk because of the rich vibrant colours that l love but l also at times add other mixed elements and touches of paint to enhance. l am ever learning as l am on this journey of art. l hope you enjoy this piece of my journey.
Stuart, Shelly - Mother Nature At Lighthouse Park
Shelly Stuart is a Canadian Palette Knife Artist. She expresses life experiences with the use of vibrant acrylic and oil colors along with tactile textures in her paintings. With a 28 year career in the healing arts, she strives to create art that promotes positive emotions, celebrates achievements, rejuvenates and is therapeutic to the viewer.
Thorpe, Alyson - Regal Roses
Van Oss, Barbara - Call of the Wild
Vickers, Pat - Pender Sunset
Wagstaff, Sandra - Girl in the Evening Surf
Wagstaff, Wayne - The Saw Collection
Walker, Sheryl - Frozen In Blue
My passion is landscape painting in oil. To be truly alive is to love the colours, fragrances, spirituality and power of nature.
Whitlock, Carol A. - Underwater Delights
2014 was all about painting jellyfish at the Vancouver Aquarium for me. I was the Artist in Residence. This is one of my pastel paintings of a jellyfish. I used pan pastels and painted them on site while talking to visitors from around the world.
Wickland, Connie - Jonah
I love the process of painting, I think what continues to hold my interest in painting over the years is the fact that I can never quite get the effect on canvas to match what I feel in m;y heart. My vision is always better than the product I produce on the canvas, creating an inner drive of always trying to improve.
Wilson, David - Dogs skateboard
I use the name "Davideo" on this website . It has a diverse selection of drawings and paintings from over the years. Enjoy looking! Dave Wilson
Yang, Chiao-Chiao - Coast Symphony
Chiao Chiao Yang is a visual artist and art educator. She expands her field of vision and deepens her feeling with lyrical expression on paintings. Exploring nature has always been her source of creation, in the process of interaction with nature, full of many delightful surprises and pleasant sensations.