We are very pleased to introduce top paintings from Emily Carr with a 2018 Calendar, Art Cards (also matted and framed), Aluminum Magnets and prints and more.
We also proudly introduce art from Banff's Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies including the Art of Peter Whyte and Catherine Robb White with a 2018 Calendar, Art Card Boxset and more.
The amazing musician and painter Will Millar, former leader of the Irish Rovers, joins us as well with some of the best traditional and fun paintings yet. He is part of our 6 new Boxed Art Cards for this year along with Emily Carr, Cats, Whyte Museum of the Rockies, Sue Coleman Art Cards and Sue Coleman Christmas cards.
We have a record 13 Calendars for 2018 including the best one yet from Sue Coleman (5000 sold of the 2017 Calendar) featuring two Hummingbirds in her newest work "Show Of Colour". Our First Nations calendar features a cover design by artist Mark Henderson, who we lost last year, and dedicate it to his memory. We also have a great new one this year featuring the Cats of artist Patti Dyck. Additional 2018 calendars include Canadian Rockies, Hummingbirds, Whales, West Coast, Vancouver, Victoria, Vancouver Island and Kootenays. All of our calendars and art cards are proudly printed in Canada..
Download our 2017 Catalogue here
Introducing Aluminum Art
The latest and coolest development in Art has been the introduction of Aluminum wall art. The visual effect is striking and the clean unframed look floating on a wall is modern, attractive and professional. We have taken this format and applied it to our Art Gift Items by offering smaller presentations starting with Art Magnets, Large Art Magnets and small prints at great prices.
New In House Production
In order to continue to offer great prices we are moving production of sublimated items in-house. This will allow us to produce things like mugs, trivets and aluminum art in a timely manner. It will also give us flexibility to custom name drop and produce custom images in reasonable quantities with quick turn around.
First Nations Carvings by Dora and Connie Edwards
Dora Edwards was born in 1985 on Penulka Island (formerly Kuper Island) off of Vancouver Island to well known Coast Salish Carvers Connie Edwards and Larry James. Their carving style is greatly influenced by Herman Peter, a fellow Coast Salish carver whose work is also very popular.
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