"My mediums change as my works propel, but a constant thread is that of audio. My artwork considers social topics through the medium of electronic sound. The dynamic and critical spaces of underground dance music provide the framework to investigate the origins and progression of a contemporary cultural (anti)establishment. While contemplating the musical traditions of sampling and remixing, I reference and deconstruct experiences to invite the participants to recontextualize."
Born in Ontario Canada and raised from a young age in British Columbia. Michael graduated public school in Langley and followed this with a formal education in Fine Arts at Langara College in Vancouver, British Columbia. He then designed children’s playgrounds for 5 years which was followed by a career in the private and public business sectors.His work is predominantly carved from local stone and wood. Natural figurative forms of the Northwest capture his imagination as demonstrated by the work presented here
Monica has a distinctive, almost 3-D style of painting, where she combines thick layers of acrylic paints and mediums, with multiple glazes of colour to produce ephemeral atmospheric effects.
Her paintings have been exhibited at numerous juried shows, and her work is in private collections in the US, Canada, Mexico, Australia, Japan, UK, New Zealand, Peru, China and Europe.
Natasha was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba. From her dad’s side, she is Ojibwa, part of the Anishinaabe people. While she may not know much about her culture, Natasha hopes to find that part of herself and express it through her art, whether through traditional art or her own way.
She takes a lot of inspiration from what’s around her. Natasha has dabbled in traditional Ojibwa art and hopes to continue practicing this part of her culture.
Lauren Morris was born in Cape Town, South Africa.
"When I paint flowers, I feel inspired to create a harmonious and joyful symphony bursting with sensuality and life. I see them as exuberant souls". Rich colour and energy are what inspire her most. Her recent works took on a new direction of abstraction both floral and landscapes.