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Eleanor P. Boyden

My practice is an expressive meditative response on the world and humanity found within it. Like the many layers of our humanness, I create layers mirroring our individual state of life, both higher states alongside those that we seek to rise above.

Michael Grills

In my art, I explore how mythology relates to identity. I work with a variety of mediums, including digital, paint, watercolour, and found materials.

Wanru Kemp

I paint inspiration from my travels throughout Asia and Western Canada, and strive to capture the essence of each landscape I encounter through my paintings. My work is characterized by a blend of minimalism and fine art techniques, evoking a sense of stillness and inner peace while inspiring a profound appreciation for the natural world.

Meghan Kim

Painting is a meditative and self reflecting activity for myself. My mind is set in a calm and quiet moment to focus on painting. I seek for the sense of stillness, calmness, timelessness and serenity to create a contemplative moment of comfort and healing in the minimal, simple yet formless images using monochromatic colours. The tactility of the hand sewn lines on the canvas and the multiple layers of colour may not be always visible, but the materiality is perceivable in the solitary atmosphere.