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Art for You
Meet gallery owner Doby Dobrostanski. Are you looking for commissioned works, originals or fine art prints? Doby specializes in aviation, automotive, marine, wildlife, murals and landscapes. With over 30 years' experience he delivers high-quality artwork that matches the client's needs. Delivering art under tight timelines, when commissioned, can be negotiated. Doby's motto is: Real art for real people, which ties in nicely with our Gallery on Dogwood's motto: Art for You. Whether large or small, please don't hesitate to speak with Doby about your ideas for commissioned work.
Working both in the studio and on location, Alfred Muma's subjects include landscapes, figures, seascapes, urban night scenes and music interpretation. Featured in more than 40 solo exhibitions and 80 juried and group shows since 1975, Alfred typically creates in watercolour, acrylic, oil, mixed media, collage, woodcuts, lino blocks, stencil prints, and intaglio in the style of expressive realism. Alfred's artworks are held in corporate, public and private collections internationally. He is a painter, teacher, mentor, printmaker, and glass artist.
Deborah Dumka is a textile artist with a passion for colour. She dyes raw fibre and spun yarns to create a palette of material for her line of functional felt work. Deborah primarily draws inspiration from the natural landscape of her rural home. In recent work she's been exploring the idea of nature deficit, the way our connectedness to the natural environment plays out in our physiology and well being.
When you're looking for beautiful landscapes, Cindy Babyn's works offer you a truly Canadian feel with a contemporary atmosphere. Bring the outdoors in, with works in this collection from Ontario, Quebec, Alberta and British Columbia, Canada.
First a seamstress, then a weaver, Joy combines both of those skills with needle felting and wet felting. Blending colour and texture in surface design is prominent in her work. She considers her technique to be like 'painting' with fibre. The ever-changing designs and colours in nature are a significant influence when Joy combines fabrics and fibres, primarily wool and silk, to create decorative and wearable functional fibre art with a West Coast flavour.
Bill Kristofferson is a naval architect and structural engineer who has spent much of his life diving or sailing the seven seas. He finds most of his artistic inspiration from nature and the marine environment. Bill brings his own creative vision of boats and the natural environment to life through carvings and sculptures done in locally available wood (often red and yellow cedar), marble, and soapstone. While living on Haida Gwaii, Bill Kristofferson was asked to take on the task of constructing the first, 5-beam longhouse to be erected in 100 years in the village of Skidegate. In 1978 Bill, together with artist Bill Reid, was adopted into the Eagle clan of the Haida Nation.
Bruce Thurston creates whimsical images with fused glass. He has now been making and selling his glass pictures for more than 20 years. His works are constructed from tiny pieces of glass which he cuts, grinds, assembles, and fires in a kiln. He does not use any molds as all of Bruce's designs are unique and he builds them one at a time.
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