Janna Watson and Bau-Xi Gallery Featured In Law & Order Toronto: Criminal Intent

Law & Order Toronto: Criminal Intent featured the work of Bau-Xi Gallery artist Janna Watson and was filmed on location at our new Toronto flagship gallery at 1384 Dufferin Street. Read the full article to get the breakdown of episode three, “The Real Eve”! 
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In Passing: The Enigmatic Paintings of Janna Watson By Art Critic Donald Brackett

Vancouver-based art critic and curator Donald Brackett deep dives into the compelling creations of abstract artist Janna Watson. Read more on how Watson's visual complexities allow viewers to be transported out of themselves and into a world of interpretation. 
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Kyle Scheurmann on Anne Griffiths: The Nature Cure

Fellow Bau-Xi artist Kyle Scheurmann looks at the extraordinary abstracted landscapes in BC-based artist Anne Griffiths' new solo exhibition The Nature Cure through his ever-thoughtful and clear-sighted lens.
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Michelle Nguyen | Before I Depart

For her new solo exhibition Before I Depart, Vietnamese-Canadian artist Michelle Nguyen offers a moving and ruminative extended artist statement on some of the major recurring themes in her work. Enlightening and illustrative quotes selected by Nguyen accompany her own text.
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Janna Watson Featured in Galleries West | Three Show Picks for Feb 15.

Janna Watson's solo exhibition is featured in Galleries West "Three Show Picks for Feb. 15." Click here to read the full article.

Janna Watson solo exhibition Poems continues until February 24 at Bau-Xi Gallery Vancouver (3045 Granville Street).


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Canadian photographer Barbara Cole is featured on My Modern Met, a blog spotlighting the best artists who are on the pulse of contemporary art.

"Fine art photographer Barbara Cole is known for her artistic underwater photography. But when the temperatures in her native Canada dip low enough that her pool is unusable for this type of photoshoot, she needs to pivot. This is where her series Shadow Dancing was born. This ongoing series of wet collodion photographs marries Cole's modern vision with a turn-of-the-century technique."

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Artist Q & A: Janna Watson

In anticipation of her upcoming solo exhibition, Poems, Toronto-based artist Janna Watson shares insights into her current artistic practice and mindset, reflecting on the inspiration of language and the techniques used to bring her new visions to life.
Janna Watson Poems opens on Saturday February 10, 2024 at Bau-Xi Vancouver. The artist will be in attendance.
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Enduring Statements: Joseph Plaskett

In honour of Joseph Plaskett's solo retrospective exhibition Repose, Bau-Xi presents a selection of excerpts from Plaskett's former artist statements which address the home and his places of repose at various points in the course of his long career.
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Kyle Scheurmann featured on the Artalogue podcast | From Palette to Protest: How Kyle Scheurmann Fights for Canada's Forests

Canadian artist Kyle Scheurmann was featured at The Artalogue Podcast. Kyle Scheurmann paints more than just landscapes; his art illustrates the urgency of our changing climate and the need for its conservation. Kyle shares his journey as an artist who not only pictures the natural world but fights for its future.
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Kim Keever featured in Iris Van Herpen retrospective exhibition

Celebrated photographer and Bau-Xi artist Kim Keever collaborates with world-renowned designer Iris van Herpen in the retrospective exhibition at the Musee des Arts Decoratifs, Sculpting the Senses.
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Artist Interview: Jeffrey Milstein

This in-depth interview takes you on a journey of Jeffrey Milstein's award-winning project that captures the iconic Disneyland and Universal Studios theme parks in Los Angeles, California. 
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Barbara Cole Featured in Palm Beach Daily News

"I made every mistake in the book, and I also made mistakes that weren't in the book," she said. "I was making people who taught me this process scratch their heads."

After 11 years, Cole has perfected the wet collodion process, and she continues to enjoy creating art through photography.

"It's almost like making a sculpture," she said. "It's so tactile. I loved it. I loved the feeling of working with the photographs with my hands rather than clicking a shutter. That felt way too mechanical."

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