Galleries in Vancouver: Jennifer Kostuik Gallery
Yaletown is home to many art galleries. This funky, post industrial area is located in east downtown Vancouver. The Jennifer Kostuik Gallery was originally located on Granville Street in South Granville. They relocated to Yaletown in 2007. The Jennifer Kostuik Gallery represents both emerging and established artists from Canada as well as USA and overseas. The work is mainly representative of nature, the environment and man’s connection to it. Each individual artist has a unique way of representing their relationship to nature and the environment, both conscious and unconscious. The gallery also does framing, worldwide shipping and large scale installations.
Current Exhibition August 17- September 7 2010
Currently showing at Jennifer Kostuik Gallery is Kevin O’Connell: Chords and Plains.
The current artwork of Kevin O’Connell is a depiction of his relationship to the Great Plains. He is deeply connected to nature and is aware of the effect of industry on nature. His work is comprised of film, installations and still photographs.
William Betts September 16 October 17 2010
This American Artist does one of kind acrylic paintings on reverse drilled plexiglass. Also his surveillance series is acrylic on canvas reproductions of surveillance photographs. His keen observations of contemporary society and our obsession with technology are represented in the Surveillance series
Jennifer Stead November 2010
Jennifer Stead is a Canadian artist who specializes in landscapes. She lives in Banff. She has shown nationally in Calgary at the Paul Khun Gallery, in Toronto at the Birch-Libralato Gallery. Her paintings are small in size yet reach out, grab you and pull you in. She has driven across Canada many times and her love of landscape is evident in her work.
Other Upcoming Events
The Jennifer Kostuik Gallery is also participating in the Interior Design Show West. Held annually at the new Vancouver Convention Centre, Jason Heard launched this design show to fill a much needed gap in the West Coast design market. The show attracts 25,000 people over its 3 days and welcomes over 4,000 designers.
The Jennifer Kostuik Gallery will also be at the Toronto International Art Fair in October 28-Novemner 01 2010. This big event is held at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.
Also upcoming at Jennifer Kostuik Gallery is the silent auction in December 3rd 2010.
Bid on works by Dianne Bos, David Burdeny, Steven Goring, and Reece Terris and wine from Todd Charles Wine Importers.
To find out more about the Jennifer Kostuik Gallery go to:
Address, Phone Number and Location:
1070 Homer Street
By Melissa Montgomery