Jan, 2020 10:00 am

Artist Q&A with Sekoya Dawn

2020-01-24T13:14:35-08:00By |Artists Q&A|0 Comments

Discover the detailed landscapes of Lasqueti Island artist Sekoya Dawn... AIP: How would you describe your style of work and what is your preferred medium to work in?  SD: My style of work is a blend of landscape realism and surrealism. My favorite medium is acrylics which allow me to use an airbrush for [...]

Jan, 2020 12:43 pm

Artist Q&A with Claire Gaulin-Brown

2020-01-24T13:17:02-08:00By |Artists Q&A|0 Comments

Artist Claire Gaulin-Brown explores the connection between humans and animals in her paintings... find out more about her work in this Q&A! AIP: How would you describe your style of work and what is your preferred medium to work in?  CGB: I work mostly with watercolour and ink, although recently I’ve been holding a [...]

Oct, 2019 9:41 am

Artist Q&A with Robin Crossman

2020-01-17T15:57:53-08:00By |Artists Q&A|0 Comments

Victoria based cartoonist Robin Crossman shares his journey through the art world. AIP: How would you describe your style of work and what is your preferred medium to work in?  RC: I like to make people laugh.  I spent quite a few years performing stand-up comedy and improv in Toronto before I began working [...]

Oct, 2019 9:19 am

Tasli Shaw – Artist Q&A

2020-01-17T16:05:21-08:00By |Artists Q&A|0 Comments

Tasli Shaw is a marine naturalist and artist working on Vancouver Island, Canada. She has spent countless hours observing the marine mammals of the Salish Sea and uses these observations in the studio to convey their individual personalities and conservation issues, while weaving together visual stories old and new with scientific knowledge. Tasli currently splits [...]

Oct, 2018 10:00 am

Claire Watson – Artist Q&A

2020-01-17T16:11:57-08:00By |Artists Q&A|0 Comments

Our interview with Tofino based artist Claire Watson AIP: How would you describe your style of work and what is your preferred medium to work in?  CW: I never really thought I had a 'style', but apparently I do. I have been told everything from Japanese style, to tattoos, to comic books, but I [...]

Sep, 2018 10:00 am

Shea Wyatt – Artist Q&A

2020-01-17T16:18:05-08:00By |Artists Q&A|0 Comments

Victoria BC based photographer Shea Wyatt shares with us his love for wildlife. AIP: How would you describe your style of work and what is your preferred medium to work in?  SW: I use photography to capture images of nature - wildlife, landscape, small details - that I feel compelled capture and preserve, and [...]

Sep, 2018 10:00 am

Valerie Rolfe – Artist Q&A

2020-01-17T16:25:05-08:00By |Artists Q&A|0 Comments

West Coast painter Valerie Rolfe shares with us her love for animals and her passion for raising awareness for animal welfare through her art. AIP: How would you describe your style of work and what is your preferred medium to work in?  VR: I work mostly in acrylic, watercolour, and with collage. My acrylics [...]

Aug, 2018 1:18 pm

Artist Q&A with Kari Lehr

2018-08-28T14:03:44-07:00By |Artists Q&A|0 Comments

AIP: How would you describe your style of work and what is your preferred medium to work in?  KL: I would say I have two distinct styles. In my figure and landscape work, I usually incorporate finer detail, often with collage elements using a variety of papers. These pieces, especially the figurative work, often illustrate [...]

Jul, 2018 8:58 am

Artist Q&A with Amy Frank

2018-07-24T09:02:06-07:00By |Artists Q&A|0 Comments

AIP: How would you describe your style of work and what is your preferred medium to work in?  AMY: I work in coloured pencils, watercolour pencils, and archival ink pens as well as water soluble pens. My work incorporates a spin off of the art style Zentangle, mixed with more of a realistic spin on [...]

Jul, 2018 1:16 pm

Artist Q&A with Heli Rantala

2018-07-18T16:33:01-07:00By |Artists Q&A|0 Comments

AIP: How would you describe your style of work and what is your preferred medium to work in?  HR: I work primarily in acrylics, I also like watercolours. It's all about colour and Old World eclecticism at my studio. Like the mountain landscape of Crowsnest Pass - where the prairie collides with alpine - [...]