Exhibition Nov 17 – Jan 10

We have a stunning collection of visionary art in this exhibition. Featuring works by Android Jones, Simon Haiduk, Andy Thomas, Andrew Gonzalez, Anna Dittmann, Shaun Freezen, Fabian Jimenez and more. All pieces are limited editions available for purchase.

On Dec 13

We partner with our friends at Evolved Productions to celebrate the second visionary nanotech exhibition.
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MICHAEL RED (Low Indigo, Lighta! Sound, Chambers) – Vancouver BC

Michael Red is a Vancouver-based electronic music producer, performer and DJ.
“Red combines “sound art” with DJ art, improvising live and blending atmospheric touches with dancefloor sensibilities, all immersed in the careful spirit of dub. His DJ sets traverse the entire universe of “bass” and beyond, always mining the future for the most original and intriguing sounds he can find.” -Andrew Ryce (pitchfork, RA)

Stage Design Visual Project: Cubist Monolith
By: Lo Definition
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Design Remix and Visionary Nanotech:
The Galactik Trading Card Oracle Complex

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Support local artisans and makers and find an interesting gift for you, your family and friends.

Oct 16 – 26

Presented and curated by Torch Motorcycles.

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For 10 days in October, end of season for most riders in this part of the world, Torch Motorcycles hosts a celebration of our communities and those individuals inspired to tinker, craft, mod, and build by hand. A collision of design, engineering, fabrication, craft and creativity… and the relationships that sustain them — the Handbuilt Motorcycle & Surf exhibition is a place to appeciate beautiful motoycycles and boards, meet kindred souls, and explore innovative ideas.

The Handbuilt Motorcycle & Surf Show is an inclusive experience. If you’re a novice or purist, a rider or contemplating becoming a rider, we’ve pulled together the kindest and most generous individuals whose DNA compels them to share more than you can stand about their bikes, boards, apparel, and the rides they love. We are all about the flow sports and we guarantee you’ll see ‘amazing’ and learn something new.

And, most important to Torch Motorcycles, this is a place for women. Whether you’re happiest as a riding partner, on your own machine or board, or are looking to dip your toe into the sport in a safe and encouraging space, the Handbuilt Exhibition is for you. We have the best and brightest young engineers, experienced gal builders and riders, beautiful bikes that are better builds for our bodies, and the best apparel designers in our community.

Enjoy having a close look at the programming and we look forward to seeing you in a few weeks!

The first Visionary Nanotech Art exhibition in Calgary was curated by Shaun Friesen and Evolved Productions back in September 2011. This Fall 2014, Endeavor Arts & Evolved Productions bring Visionary Nanotech back to Calgary and we are looking for visionary artists to include in this amazing collaboration.

The exhibition will focus on works that reflect the various paths of multi-dimensional consciousness, beautifully designed, an expression of the shifts the human spirit goes through, the connections to our surroundings, the story that goes beyond the edge of perception.

Artwork to submit:
Digital work (video, interactive installations), paintings (digital limited edition prints or original) and sculptures.

Submit a brief artist statement along with 1 – 8 pieces you would like to see included in the exhibition.

All works must be ready to hang and shipped to Endeavor Arts by Nov 10.
Exhibition Nov 17 – Jan 24
Visionary Nanotech Night Nov 22

Submit your work to: submissions@endeavorarts.com

 

SECOND SUMMER GALLERY EXHIBIT IS ON, featuring Tammy Fischer, Jae Sterling , Kellie Hampton. For prices on art works, contact gallery directly.

 

 Tammy Fischer:

” Movement, vibration, random thoughts and good music. While the images have played around in my head for a while, ruminating and developing, as soon as I started putting the paint to canvas I fell into a pattern and enjoyed the freedom of exploration and movement.

Playing to the music and thinking only of pattern and vibration I let the images develop from
experience and that sense of pushing the painting till it feels right.

Numbers, letters, colors all seemingly random but with deference to the past and a pattern that would seem illogical to the viewer; I am the only one, it would seem, with the key.”

 

Jae Sterling:

“There was a music video channel; I forgot the name of it. I used to watch it before heading out to school every morning. Most kids drank cereal or watched cartoons; I watched music videos while I polished my loafers. Then there was 106 & Park on B.E.T after school. It was the most popular music video countdown on TV at the time and I would watch it religiously. I would change the channel on the commercial break to catch up on some of my favourite Anime series. You might notice that some of my work has a hint of the Manga/Anime drawing technique. These animated series played a huge role in helping me create my own style.

I grew up in Jamaica, where although Hip-Hop/American music was loved it never really influenced the culture as much as the Jamaican Dancehall scene. I was one of the few that it really had a major impact on. It influenced how I dressed, how I spoke and now my art. Most of my art is rooted in Hip-Hop music and Hip-Hop music videos. I have been drawing the faces of rap music for a long time. The back of my math notebook in high school would be filled with song lyrics and the faces of Rap masterminds.

Another thing I did back then, was to try and make my friends famous. I would buy paper, staple them together and recreate my favourite Hip-Hop magazine at the time. I would draw them on the cover and write small articles about what we did the night before. Today I am putting them along with famous rap stars in my first exhibition. Some of the portraits are actual screen shoots from my favourite music videos. Now some of my friends are actually on their way to becoming famous musicians, so I made portraits of them too. The show is a tribute to the back of my math notebook, a dedication to the music genre and the short films that influenced my life”.

 

 Kellie Hampton:

Working out of her downtown studio in Calgary, AB Canada. Featured in Calgary’s lifestyle magazine Avenue, and on the cover of Prema Sai Living magazine, showcased her live painting at the Glenbow Museum’s Ignite Summer Patio Party and selling at Rob Kurkut Interiors, Kellie is proving herself to be an up and coming artist in demand. Currently with clients in Germany, Finland, Calgary, Edmonton, Las Vegas and Dallas and showing in restaurants and galleries in Calgary and Toronto. She will also be featured and donating her art at the infamous Celebrity Ski Weekend in Banff benefiting the Waterkeeper Alliance, co-founded by Robert F. Kennedy Jr.

SERIES: Prairies & Elephants

The Praires … I was born here. The big sky comforts me. The images I see in the sky … The animals, the deities, the shapes, the designs. The vastness of the land … The patterns and composition I see in the landscape when flying over it, the sunrises and sunsets … It all takes my breath away.

Elephants … There’s Ganesha, with her big head to think big, big ears to sift the bad from the good. The story of Ganesha teaches us how to remove obstacles. Other elephant references ring true … The elephant in the room, elephants that paint … Elephants are incredible.

I get inspired, it fills me up and then I paint.


 

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First Summer Gallery exhibit, we are excited to present Tammy Fischer’s new vibrant works.

” Movement, vibration, random thoughts and good music. While the images have played around in my head for a while, ruminating and developing, as soon as I started putting the paint to canvas I fell into a pattern and enjoyed the freedom of exploration and movement.

Playing to the music and thinking only of pattern and vibration I let the images develop from
experience and that sense of pushing the painting till it feels right.

Numbers, letters, colors all seemingly random but with deference to the past and a pattern that would seem illogical to the viewer; I am the only one, it would seem, with the key.”