Michelle Nguyen’s darkly whimsical paintings explore subjects pertaining to ephemerality and divine myth with humor. Working primarily in oil paint, her canvases, populated by liminal figures inhabiting cavernous shadows, can easily be described as hauntingly intrusive.
CORI CREED, IGNITED LANDSCAPE, Size: 36 x 84 in.Oil on Canvas $12,000.00 CAD, Creed's oil on canvas paintings reveal swatches of canvas, and incorporate spontaneous gestural textured painting with a instances of both varnish and matte surface. Works can be hung framed or unframed.See more from Cori Creed: https://bau-xi.com/collections/cori-creed
BRENT BOECHLERUNTITLEDSize: 84 X 192 in.Acrylic on Panel, Unframed Boechler’s abstractions are characterized by smooth applications of multi-dimensional paint strokes with subtle suggestions of texture and depth. The artist works in acrylic on 1 in. deep, unframed wood panels. Panel surfaces are luminous with a semi-matte finish.
Drew Burnham's latest exhibition, 'Igniting the Coast' runs until July 2015 at Bau-Xi Gallery Vancouver.
Janna Watson's 'Still Life' looking bright and fresh at Bau-Xi Toronto. Learn more about Janna's compelling abstract compositions: https://bau-xi.com/collections/janna-watson
Bratsa Bonifacho’s canvases are graphic renderings of symbols which are often painted in highly contrasting colours, using layers of rich, textured oil paint with a luminous surface. Bonifacho's canvases have finished, painted sides and are on stretched canvas.
Cori Creed at Bau-Xi Toronto, March 2017. Catch the latest from Cori Creed: https://bau-xi.com/collections/cori-creed
The metaphor of the shield and veil inform the poetic interplay of Vicky Christou's most recent work, which is composed of multiple layers of thick impasto that resemble paint-constructed bas-relief works, working together to form a grid with incredible depth. Learn more about Vicky Christou: https://bau-xi.com/collections/vicky-christou
The windswept grasses of Sheri Bakes impressive diptych, 'The Still Small Voice' perfectly capture the spirit of the West Coast summer.
Kathryn Macnaughton’s abstract paintings are compositional and textural experiments in acrylic paint. They are also canvases of contradiction: at once contempor
'Sundown' by Kathryn Macnaughton pictured at Bau-Xi Toronto. Macnaughton's stretched canvases are compositional and textural experiments in acrylic paint. Carefully constructed, graphic blocks of colour are finished with a semi gloss varnish
'CANDY' - a sugar-coated journey through art just installed at Bau-Xi Vancouver. Join us in Vancouver for the official opening of the exhibition on Saturday, August 12th.
CORI CREED's GREEN MOUNTAIN ROAD on view at Bau-Xi Toronto. See more from Cori here: https://bau-xi.com/collections/cori-creed
Anthony Redpath's Re-Fined photographic series focuses on the industrial history of coastal British Columbia. Learn more about Anthony: https://bau-xi.com/collections/anthony-redpath
Virginia Mak on view at Bau-Xi Toronto. See the latest from Virginia: https://bau-xi.com/collections/virginia-mak