Post Archive for November 2009
Nov
30
2009

Working with a Master Printmaker

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Discover the Fidelis difference

A “master printer” is defined as an individual who is an expert at his craft, by having experienced his craft for many years. He is well respected in the industry by his peers, and often teaches or shares his expertise with others. His skills are honed, yet he is always developing and experimenting with new ways to make a better print. …Read more

Nov
30
2009

Finding Us

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Fidelis Art Prints and Printmaking Studio

is located at:

#201 – 313 West 7th Avenue

Vancouver, British Columbia

Canada V5Y 1M2

Telephone: 604-872-0088

Fax: 604-872-4409

Toll Free: 1-888-872-4409

Google Map Link: Search Fidelis Art Prints Vancouver 

Parking: Street parking is available in front of our building. Metered and pay parking is available on nearby streets and in the Canadian Tire and Save-on Foods parkades (one block West of our front door). Quick drop-offs or shipments may use use the rear parking in front of Burrough’s Printing receiving door.

Please call ahead to arrange for assistance in bringing oversize or heavy parcels, as we are on the second floor (no elevator).

Nov
24
2009

Guido Borelli

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 Guido Borelli - GB004Guido Borelli’s oil paintings of famous viticulture regions portray the bounty and allure of vineyard life in dramatic colour.

A native of Italy, he is well known for his romantic impressions of Italian landscapes and villas. The classically trained Borelli describes himself as “a true lover of nature and of everything gentle. My landscapes and houses combine reality and imagination.” …Read more

Nov
24
2009

Santo De Vita

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Santo DeVita - SD004

With his airy brush style and free brush strokes, British Columbia artist Santo De Vita portrays the open skies and vast landscapes of BC’s Okanagan wine country to perfection.

A self-taught artist, De Vita’s fascination for the old masters drew him to study their work early in his career. As a result he has painted at length during extensive travels in France and Italy. …Read more

Nov
24
2009

Robyn Lake

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Robyn Lake had her first solo exhibition of watercolours in Penticton, British Columbia in 1996. Since then she has ventured into oils and acrylics and she continues to develop her expressive style by painting a variety of subject matter, from intimate close-ups of flowers and fruit to panoramic views of the Okanagan landscape.

Robyn expresses her excitement about life on canvas: “I believe we can heal the earth by focusing on the positive things about the world we live in and I try to put this energy into my paintings.” …Read more

Nov
24
2009

Tiko Kerr

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Tiko Kerr was born and raised in Alberta. He lived abroad and travelled extensively before returning to Canada to make his new home in Vancouver.

Over his career as an artist, Kerr has been devoted to painting his environment, both natural and man-made. “There is much mystery and wonder in familiar things we may dismiss as ordinary. All things have spirit and rhythm”, says Kerr. His vibrant paintings of urban Vancouver landmarks and rich natural landscape continue to be the artist’s most recognized works. …Read more

Nov
24
2009

Fred Fieber

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Fred Fieber - FF003

Fieber’s art reflects the influence of Hopper, Rothko, Turner, and the landscape impressionists. “I love working from pastels, I find them incredibly versatile, the almost instant reward of the first strike of colour on the paper,” explains Fieber.

Fieber has completed hundreds of commissions. His clients include Royal Mail, Readers Digest, Radio Times, Sunday Times, and international publisher Bentley Publishing, and his works are in private collections in the United Kingdom, Canada, and the United States. …Read more