Stephanie Brown Inc. Wins Award of Merit at the 2013 IDIBC Awards

Congratulations to our friend Stephanie Brown for her beautiful feature in GRAY Magazine. Stephanie has been working on some truly stunning projects over the past year. Her vision and direction are truly impeccable.  This particular townhouse won the 2013 IDIBC Award of Merit for a Residential Project. Her unique interpretation of the ‘West Coast’ approach was noted by the jury. …

Congratulations Chris Collacott

Congratulations to Chris Collacott for placing in the top 50 of the 2013 EPSON International Photographic Panorama Awards. One of Collacott’s’ winning pieces, Electric Vancouver, is available for purchase in Framagraphic’s showroom. Collacott’s panoramic work has come a long way from his early beginnings- which involved working with 35 mm film stitched together by scotch tape. Now, through careful planning, …

Asleep in Your Branches: Photography by Tristan Casey for Capture Photo Fest

Photography by Tristan Casey Asleep in Your Branches October 11th – November 2nd Positive Negative Gallery, 436 Columbia Street     Asleep in Your Branches  opens October 11th at Positive Negative Gallery as part of Capture’s city-wide celebration of lens based art. Casey’s career has traversed both artistic and commercial photography, with a keen eye for the photogenic. Despite being …

Barbara Parkin at Framagraphic August 20 – September 10

Barbara Parkin August 20th – September 10th Framagraphic is pleased to present the work of Vancouver-based artist Barbara Parkin from August 20 – September 10th. Parkin is an established painter, who has been active with the Federation of Canadian Artists for many years. Her paintings depict, but also develop out of, a strong relationship with nature. Earthy hues and tones …

Short Stories Photography Exhibition

  Framagraphic is pleased to offer discounted custom framing services for photographers interested in submitting work to Vernissage’s Short Stories photography exhibition. The call is free of charge, and open to all Lower Mainland photographers. This juried group exhibition will examine contemporary story telling through a series of images exploring personal, familial, cultural and/or universal imagery. The jury is looking …

Russell Leng: Geometric Landscapes

We recently had the opportunity to frame a painting by Vancouver-based artist, Russell Leng, for one of our clients. The client framed a canvas of Leng’s original work Geometric Landscapes (pictured above), which is characteristic of his interest in the relationship between organic marks and geometric forms. The tension between the seemingly hard edges of specific forms, and the looseness of …

Framing for Global Photography Competition Fotofilmic

  Framagraphic is thrilled to announce we will be the official framing sponsor for the global photography competition, Fotofilmic. The worldwide call for submissions resulted in a selection of some of the best contemporary analog photography. From there, the jurors painstakingly carved out a shortlist of 30 finalists. The results of the competition will be shown in an exhibition at Positive …

Framing Fine Art Prints – Marc Chagall

[Chagall: Modern Master is at Tate Liverpool until 6 October 2013 ]   We have been working on framing a number of Marc Chagall prints owned by a Vancouver collector, and thought this would be a good time to speak a bit about his work. Particularly, since Tate Liverpool’s Chagall: Modern Master exhibition will focus on the artist’s time in Paris …

Kitsilano Secondary School Student Exhibition May 9 – 23rd

Framagraphic is pleased to present the work of three talented Kitsilano Secondary students in our gallery. These young artists were given the challenge to take a piece of artwork from Framagraphic’s collection, and incorporate it into their own way of art-making. The original artworks by Joanne Issac, Coar, and Brian Mason, were the starting points. The students invested both their …

Framagraphic presents Place des Arts artist: Nino Dobrosavljevic

  Framagraphic is pleased to present the artwork of Nino Dobrosavljevic, which will be on display in our gallery until June 1st. Nino Dobrosavljevic is a self-taught painter whose skills have been developed by a passionate study and observation of the old artists. In the nineties, Dobrosavljevic moved from Croatia to Germany, where he exhibited widely. In 1996, he immigrated …