• Tammy Hudgeon - Wild Spirit Studio

    Visual artist Tammy Hudgeon grew up under the wide and endless sky of the Canadian Prairies, a place where the open landscape became deeply rooted in her soul.

    Tammy travels widely and finds herself awed and inspired by the traditional and tribal cultures she’s visited and their spirited use of colour, adornment and sacred rituals.

    She is widely know for her fused glass sculptures and her paintings.

    Many of Tammy’s collectors know her art for her themes of nature, vibrant living colours and exuberant wild spirit.

  • Tyrrell Clarke

    West Coast Canadian Artist Tyrrell Clarke’s artwork is an evolving stream of spiritual images from the figurative to the abstract in nature. Upon completion of her BFA she made a name for herself as a Canadian artistic voice for the past 30 years in galleries and private collections both internationally and locally.

    Tyrrell recently moved to Gabriola Island, a Canadian paradise on the West Coast of BC. Gabriola Island has a vibrant community of west coast Canadian artists. This move is inspired by the deep resonance of nature she feels in the Canadian landscape. She has a signature style, and her latest paintings are infused with energy and vitality that mirror the flowers, forests, and ocean that now surround her.

    She is known for being a master colourist through her use of vibrant jewel tones and subtle glazes. Her canvases have a current of energy that invokes a spirit of connection in the observer.

  • Corinne Flaws

    Corinne is a photographer and visual artist. She uses a variety of mediums including acrylics, oil, alcohol ink and watercolour. Corinne has dabbled in painting and photography for years but has become much more active in the past few years since retiring. She has taken a variety of courses to learn new techniques and develop new ideas. She started taking photos for the intent of capturing ideas to paint and discovered she had an eye for capturing beautiful images.

    Corinne loves to travel and capture the essence of the places she travels to and then paint these images from the photos or from memory. Corinne loves to be surrounded by nature and is fascinated in everything from the smallest rocks to the most vast skies.

  • Deborah Dallyn

    My work is not media specific. I am interested in ideas about the environment both internal and external. I make use of familiar found items that are carefully constructed into objects or installations that discover new narratives about old concerns. Some works pay homage to those who have dared to stand alone; other works are concerned with an affair of the spirit and use water and light. Objects may have a surreal edge that masks a serious engagement.

    I moved to Gabriola more than 10 years ago. Before then I lived in the UK and exhibited in mainly in London, and internationally. I have work in public collections and been supported by Arts Council England and Canada Council.

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