A modern and contemporary fine art feature at IDS Vancouver, Collect provides a platform for local and international artists and galleries to display their works to over 38,000+ attendees. Attracting a sophisticated market of art and design enthusiasts, Collect is also the place to network with a diverse and well-connected group of fellow creatives.
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Below are the artists that exhibited at Collect in 2017.
« I create designs with my glass art ». Aurélia is a French designer and artist working with glass art in Vancouver. Made from reverse paintings on glass panels, it offers multiple possibilities to beautify a place and create an architectural glass structure with a piece of art.
Beyond the Pale
Beyond the Pale aims to supply interior designers with monochromatic artworks that suit a variety of design styles and colour schemes. Both originals and prints are available for purchase.
Blu Smith is an internationally exhibited contemporary artist living and working in Victoria, British Columbia. Known for his vibrant abstract compositions, Blu Smith Gallery offers modern contemporary art for livable spaces.
Donna Giraud is a contemporary abstract artist based in Vancouver, British Columbia. Self taught, her large scale, abstract acrylic paintings emerge entirely from her emotions. She defies the historic rules of art. Her unique and recognizable use of heavy texture and composition evokes conversation and challenges the viewer to go on a visual journey.
espace d. is a Vancouver based showroom dedicated to Scandinavian home décor and local art. Founded by French interior designer Pierre Derreumaux, espace d. features a unique selection of classic pieces and the latest trends of Nordic design, as well as original artworks from talented Vancouver artists to form and complement the foundation of your interior design. For IDS Vancouver 2017, espace d. will feature the artworks of Vancouver-based artist Simon Fleming.
Inspired by Jackson Pollock and driven by a desire for raw authentic self-expression, Kim delves into his innermost thoughts and galvanizes them into abstract works of acrylic on canvas. A passionate supporter of the arts for decades through his family and business, it took years for Kim to finally give himself the time and space to explore his own talents. Working out of Emily Carr University on Granville Island, he has developed a dramatic self-taught style all his own. Unafraid of failure, he chases bold ideas with a feverish passion and deeply rooted need to create.
Heidi Thompson was born in Canada surrounded by mountains, lakes, sky and forest. She is inspired by natural beauty. Her aim as a painter is to capture beauty – not by painting a landscape as she knows it – with trees, mountains, clouds and sunsets, but rather by painting the essence of nature using her elements – color, light, patterns, movement and space. Her goal is to create compositions that feel natural, like a dramatic sunset, a sparkling brook, a deep wood or expanding sky.
An intuitively creative contemporary artist, Shakun’s signature style and distinctive use of mixed media is well known and easily recognizable in all of her abstract paintings. The versatility of using acrylics as a painting medium opened the door to an exciting journey of discovery that helped her find her own unique vocabulary of innovative mixed media techniques.
Uta Nagel’s fascination with glass design started in Toronto after design school. While interning with Diamond Schmitt Architects, she was asked to fabricate diverse art glass space dividers, wall cladding and exterior glass design for their commercial projects. Her aesthetic sense came to life and was strengthened with the architects’ strong sense for functionality and structural integration. Uta’s Motto “art must be functional” was born, guiding her timeless sense of design to this day.
Valerie Capewell opened her design business in 1989 – Capewell Design and Contemporary Art Studios. “It is always exciting to watch work take on a life of its own. I begin with the end in mind, and always land in a different place.” – Valerie Capewell