Michael Foers was born in Yorkshire, England in 1955. He immigrated to Canada with his family as a child.Growing up in the splendor of the Canadian landscape, Foers began to paint the natural beauty that surrounded him. He worked for many years in the great North, accumulating a collection of visual images and sketches to which he would later return as a professional painter
12 x 12 Show !!!
Think about buying a small painting this holiday season.
The main gallery will be filled with 12 x 12′s all for $144.00 there will also be other small paintings available from November 1 to December 31 2013.
We have some exciting things happening this year, new artists arriving, festivals and more…
Gift Certificates are a great wayto gift artwork
that everyone wants.No second guessing what your recipient might prefer.
The work of painter Heather Haynes has been described as everything from dramatic or chaotic to unexplainably beautiful. For Haynes, however, there are no words or formulas. As she states, “I try not to think when I’m painting.”
More recently, I have spent almost seven years at a diamond mine 300 kilometres by air northeast of Yellowknife, NWT. All of these life experiences have contributed to my art practice over the decades and, of course, to the underlying understandings that have been built up.
“Many years ago I found my true love and passion in painting and nothing makes me happier knowing that someone appreciates my work and part of me will always live in my paintings. I find my subject matter everywhere – colour is the key”.
Diana Rosa Latourt
My paintings are visual records of nature’s cycles of growth and decay. It has a biomorphic shape;natural in origin, simple and voluptuous. I combine the random actions of painting with controlled, deliberate mark-making to describe each form, which is often human, floral, abstract or plantlike in structure.
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More Gallery Space!
The gallery has expanded!
The downstairs is now open for easier access to the full inventory of the gallery.
It’s fondly referred to as the “Vault”