My newest addition to the robot portrait series is Walter (Robot no.9). An amateur fisherman, Walter got hooked on the pastime after spending summer holidays at his uncle Stan's cabin in Saskatchewan. He loves to spend time on the water, despite the constant need to refresh his TruCoat Rust-Proof finish. He also enjoys campfires, s'mores… Continue reading Introducing Walter (Robot no.9)
This weekend shoppers can find Cagey Bee representin' in both Vancouver and Edmonton! My fantastic partner John (A Cagey Beard) is off to Edmonton, selling prints, wood blocks, lockets & a bunch of other goodies at the Make It Show. It runs November 20 to 23rd at the Enjoy Centre in St.Albert. Click here to… Continue reading East vs. West
I'm so excited to be opening my studio up again this year as part of the Eastside Culture Crawl. Every November, hundreds of artists within the boundaries of east Van open their studio doors to the public. You can buy art directly from the artists themselves, get a sneak peek at new work as well… Continue reading Eastside Culture Crawl 2013
It starts tonight! Swing by studio 204 in the big building - 1000 Parker Street (map) - to say hello and see the new paintings I've been working on. Check out the official Eastside Culture Crawl website for more info and artist profiles of the other 300 or so artists participating. Can't make it? I'll… Continue reading First Night of the Crawl!
The Eastside Culture Crawl takes place this weekend & I'm thrilled to be part of it for the first time. Artists all over East Van open their studios for 3 days so the public can get a peek at their working life, view art, works in progress & often get great deals by purchasing directly… Continue reading Eastside Culture Crawl
The Eastside Culture Crawl is taking place this weekend & I was lucky enough to nab a sneak preview at my friend Liane Varnam's studio space in 1000 Parker Street. Vancouver has a pretty vibrant art scene & I really love events like the Crawl where artists open up their studio spaces to the public… Continue reading Art on the Eastside