Artists


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Brice Ferré
Donna Giraud
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Yared Nigussu
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Laurel Terlesky
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Ravi Gill
Rita Leroux
Claudia Segovia
Roy Geronimo
Ty Philips
Bernadine Fox
Roksan Kohen
Stefan Razutis
Thibault Sendra
Tina Brown
Carla Mooking
Leanne Christie
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Golnar Sepahi
Leilani Beckett
Mark Yammine
Robert Blonski
Meghan Thomas
Erica Pang
Iris Mcbride
Pablo Munoz

Ravi Gill

Oak Street Perspective

Oak Street Perspective
Oil on Canvas
Landscape
30 x 30
$1000

Hamilton & Helmcken Corner

Hamilton & Helmcken Corner
Oil on Canvas
Landscape
12 x 36
$400

Brick Wall & Window

Brick Wall & Window
Photography
Landscape
12 x 12
$150

Sky Perspective Photo

Sky Perspective Photo
Photography
Landscape
12 x 12
$150

Three Wires

Three Wires
Photography
Landscape
12 x 12
$150

Yaletown Reflection

Yaletown Reflection
Photography
Landscape
12 x 12
$150

Yaletown Street Signs

Yaletown Street Signs
Photography
Landscape
12 x 12
$150

McMaster Building Photo

McMaster Building Photo
Photography
Landscape
12 x 12
$150

Ravi Gill's bio:

 Artist Statement – Perspectives Exhibit – Ravi Gill

In this collection I have chosen to look at cityscapes and the unique perspective with which we all observe them. The pieces are concentrated extractions of specific aspects of ‘the cityscape’, for instance telephone wires, buildings and windows. A perspective to me as an artist is simply; ones point of view. Bearing this in mind, I hope to engage the audience within ‘the cityscape’ and have them negotiate their own perspectives. As an artist I find great beauty in being able to evoke the visceral and found myself truly fascinated in mutual, differing and alternate perspectives; of the same space, area and materials namely ‘the cityscape’ which is depicted in these works. The mediums used are varied such as photography, canvas, wood panel, watercolor, oil etc; intentionally to once again encourage the viewer to question and form a perspective. A commonality within all these works is the clear significance of Architecture and the photographic image.

 

Artist Bio – Ravi Gill

 Upon completing my Fine Arts and 2D Design Certificate at Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design in 2005, what began as a hobby grew into a passion.  The art that I enjoy creating is primarily abstract and surreal with my mediums of choice being acrylic, oil, charcoal, and pastels applied onto canvas or paper.  I enjoy using various materials and styles merged onto one surface to create contrast and make a visual statement. The fusion of materials is visible in our daily lives and applying this concept to create art is a wonderful experience.

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