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Bug Cru

I’m a multidisciplinary visual artist, illustrator, and tattooist. My practice is my livelihood, passion, and voice. I come to this from the perspective of being queer, trans, nonbinary, neurodivergent and disabled. As well as being a white and mixed person of 3rd gen Dutch and Kanien’kehá:ka (Mohawk), Scottish and Spanish ancestry. I am a settler […]

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Jerry the Faery

In 1964 jerry the faery was formed in Canada. A mental health consumer who requires a steady dose of art as medicine. A multi-disciplinary artist currently working on live performances. Attended Media Arts, at Sheridan College, specializing in Advanced Film Studies Partnered with Bruce La Bruce, role of cinematographer for TIFF selected 16mm films. Attended […]

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Rose L. Williams

Quebec raised, bilingual, Trinidadian-Canadian, Rose L. Williams critically investigates interstices between creative activity, trauma, transformation and aesthetics. Williams is a Canada Council Award recipient, Graduate of Emily Carr University, Certified Expressive Arts therapist, and member of the Art Society of Trinidad & Tobago. Williams layers watercolour, ink & acrylics with oil paint. These mixed media […]

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Erella Ganon

Erella Ganon is an artist who has been illustrating her experiences in journals for the majority of her life.  She has plied her trade as a reviewer and journalist for NOW Magazine, CKLN-FM, CFNY-FM, and CBC radio and CBC TV.  In 1998, she was diagnosed with the first of several brain tumours and contracted a […]

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L.J. Throstle

L.J. Throstle is a Vancouver based artist working predominantly with spray paint and stencils to create one of a kind spray paint and mixed media pieces. L.J.’s works include animals, people, surreal landscapes and still life. She currently works out of The Beaumont Studios on West 5th Avenue, and has won awards with the Federation […]

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Karen Colville

Born in small town rural Ontario, Karen Colville obtained her BFA at OCAD. Since graduation, she has facilitated workshops, group and solo exhibits in North America and internationally. Intrigued with the natural and super-natural spiritual energies of the West Coast, she calls Vancouver her home and creative hub. She has returned to creating her visual […]

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Doug Heal

Born in Vancouver and raised on the majestic slopes of its north shore, Doug Heal is a multidisciplinary artist and poet living with Spinal Muscular Atrophy Type 3. A lifelong student, Doug has studied at Emily Carr University and has degrees from Capilano and Simon Fraser University. His work is inspired by the natural wonder […]

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A.J. Brown

A.J. Brown is a deaf and cerebral palsy painter artist. Her obsession and passion is painting cats. She uses a variety of media, including charcoal, pen, ink, and watercolour. A.J.’s art has shown in many galleries since 2001, where she exhibited at the Art Rental Show at the North Vancouver Community Art Centre. Her art […]

Trish Malcomess

What drives me as an artist is my concern for the human condition and finding inspiration in the resilience of human nature. Emotional in nature, my interdisciplinary practice expresses fragility, isolation, fragmentation and compartmentalization, while inspecting the phenomenon and social mechanisms of sexual predation developed and established by society through sophisticated social and cultural practices. […]

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Deborah Leigh

Deborah was born in Prince George B.C., in 1951. Deborah started to draw and paint very late in life, in her 50’s, as a form of therapy to help relax. Since then, it has become an obsession, and with that some joy and a sense of peace. When creating something, on paper and canvas, I […]