Exhibition Oct 30 – Dec 28 2013

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Vogue Art Exhibition. Even though the first thing that comes to mind when you hear the word “vogue” is fashion, it also refers to art, design, architecture,music and dance, raising the bar of contemporary art and always evolving.

The purpose of this exhibition is to highlight the works of 11 Canadian artists that include elements of design, technology and art, such as kinetic art, digital and mixed media art, 3D design, 3D printing and of course, fashion.

Featured artists:

Ben Eadie, Bryan Versteeg, Casey Hughes, Christian Strich, Edward Keeble, Janie Lockwood, Jasmine Jones, Karen Biko, Kyle Nylund, Louise Chong, Tammy Fischer.

Artists Night Thursday Nov 14
6:30 – 9pm.

Exhibition Oct 30 – Dec 28 2013

 

Vogue Art Exhibition. Even though the first thing that comes to mind when you hear the word “vogue” is fashion, it also refers to art, design, architecture,music and dance, raising the bar of contemporary art and always evolving.

The purpose of this exhibition is to highlight the works of 10 Canadian artists that include elements of design, technology and art, such as kinetic art, digital and mixed media art, 3D design, 3D printing and of course, fashion.

Featured artists:

Bryan Versteeg
Casey Hughes
Christian Strich
Edward Keeble
Janie Lockwood
Jasmine Jones
Karen Biko
Kyle Michael Nylund
Louise Chong
Tammy Fischer

Artists Night Thursday Nov 14
6:30 – 9pm.
More details TBD.

Surreal Opening Night

On February 8, 6 to 9pm Endeavor Arts Gallery invites you to the unveiling of Surreal, a group exhibition

of three unique artists whose work represents remarkable themes. Connect with them in person
and get deeply immersed in the stories that inspire works featured in the Exposure Festival 2013.

Innocence

Toronto based photographer Laura Paterson weaves an artful stroke with her vintage Holga
camera, capturing emotive scenes with a youthful innocence. With her unique composition
and dreamy effects, Laura’s quiet and peaceful images draw on the viewer’s experience and
perception of common scenes to tell a story.

Alchemy of Light

Also from Toront,o  Bob Carnie’s Alchemy of Light series utilizes the 19th century method of solarization,
which marries light and chemistry to transform common objects into painterly objects. Alchemy of
light began in 2003 and since then Bob’s creative distortion of tones forces the viewer’s eye and
mind to actively move between what’s real and what’s imagined.

Time

Calgary’s celebrated commercial and fine art photographer Jeff Cruz reveals Time. The collection
employs the use of long exposure photography and motion to capture the essence of time. With
varying exposure times and the movement of objects such as headlights, stars and reflected
sunrises seen in a different world.

“I believe that true creativity comes with having an open mind, driven by experimentation to create “The New”. My art is inspired by the materials I use and the challenge within the discovery of the materials natural elements of line, color, form and reflection.I enjoy nature and it’s natural elements of energy in relation to material objects and people.

I am obsessed with the materials of resin, glass and metal for the simple aspect of their natural beautiful finish, transparency, and the way they capture light. I enjoy working with rich, vibrant colors, while incorporating formal aspects of metal materials to capture the paintings unique subtleties and enhance the formal aspects of the painting. Currently I am working with coloring resin and applying it the canvas and glass using a specific technique.”

Nikki’s art is quite unique, each piece will have different elements from the previous pieces she creates and that will become obvious as you see more of her work, you cannot help it but feel connected to it.

More of her work can be seen at the gallery Tuesday to Saturday 11am to 5pm or by appointment.

Calgary blacksmith artist George Duncan“My art comes from the inside out. Visual designs and ideas rushing into consciousness. Other times inspiration can emerge from viewing a shape or an object. Sometimes it can be more of a process, for example, commissioned pieces often slowly evolve & at a point they seemly take on a life of their own & lead the way. It’s beautiful when that happens.”

George works with found objects, reclaimed wood, glass, stone and metals. Some of his sculptures include furniture and interior contemporary art pieces. His creativity is endless, if you haven’t seen his work, we invite you to come to the gallery to see it!