“We Love this Stuff so Much…” exhibit at the Lynn Valley Public Library presented by the North Vancouver Arts Council

The North Vancouver Community Arts Council is proud to present

District Library Gallery
Lynn Valley Main Library
1277 Lynn Valley Road, North Vancouver

Apr 25-June 19, 2012
Opening Reception:  Sat, Apr 28, 2:00-4:00pm

Laurel Terlesky
Through a surrealist pop culture approach to portraits, Laurel explores our dependency on electricity and power and the future
of sustainable energy practices.  Created on large canvas using oil, acrylic and aerosol she presents electricity as part of the human sense of self.
After travelling through the United States, tapping into the touch-and-go atmosphere of pop culture from New York to San Francisco as well as footing through a handful of Canadian cities from Montreal to Vancouver, Laurel made her home in Squamish, BC. She completed her Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree with a major in Painting from the University of Victoria in 1999 and has been actively creating and contributing to the artistic community in which she surrounds herself.

District Library Gallery
Lynn Valley Main Library,
1277 Lynn Valley Road, North Vancouver
Mon-Fri 9am–9pm, Sat 9am–5pm, Sun 12-5pm

North Vancouver Community Arts Council
335 Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver, BC 604.988.6844    www.nvartscouncil.ca

State of the ART – TWSSF

Opening night – Friday April, 13th, 8pm

TELUS World Ski and Snowboard Festival is all about the riding, the free concerts, the nightlife and for the discerning palate, the art. At State of the Art, all pillars of the WSSF come together to provide a platform for mountain town inspiration.
There are no rules and this is not a paint-inside-the-lines event. Sub-cultures and anti-movements are celebrated and portrayed in gritty and thought-provoking mediums. Invited artists come from far and wide to create a community of urban street and snow ingenuity, and push the boundaries of the State of the Art. There’s no entry fee, and you can stroll around the Grand Foyer of the Whistler Conference Centre, immerse yourself in artistic talent, rub shoulders with the who’s who of the creative world and even pick up a one-of-a-kind piece for yourself.
State of the ART Opening Party, 8pm, Free
See what happens when fashion and art collide. Live painting on live models to create the ART-pocalypse Collection – the last word in wearable art.
Live painting by TJ Schneider for Lifetime Collective
Live painting by Olga Cuttell for Prior Skis & Snowboards
Whistler Arts Council present ‘Artists in Wonderland’. Live art daily plus your chance to create a masterpiece on the digital graffiti wall (Friday, April 13 – Sunday, April 15).

A few new works inspired by water will be on display at the festival this year. Giclee prints will be available from my series “We love this stuff so much…” at the SOA store.

LIVE PAINTING
Come by and say hi to me while I live paint during the festival at the Whistler Telus Conference Center – Wednesday April 18 2  – 6pm and during Intersection from 8pm on.

Paint Your TOMS

Tuesday April 10 3-5:30pm
Join me at Fetish Shoes on Cleveland St in downtown Squamish on April 10th 2012 to paint your TOMS shoes from 3-5:30pm!

TOMS is a truly amazing company, you can go online at onedaywithoutshoes.com to discover and learn about the TOMS movement. TOMS gives a pair of shoes to a child in need every time a purchase is made all over the world. Millions of children live without proper footwear, exposing them to injury and disease every single day. TOMS is providing these children with shoes in order to give them opportunity and a chance to live a healthy normal life. GO TOMS!