WHERE’D THEY ALL GO?
72” x 48” Acrylic on Canvas
Doria Moodie is a full-time artist based in Whistler. She is a strong advocate for B.C. bears (black bears, white or “spirit” bears and grizzlies) and has spent many days observing them in the wild to inform her intimate portraits of them.
49”x 31”x 21.5” Recycled steel & Reclaimed Cedar
Carl Sean McMahon considers his work a “resurgence” as it is created completely from reclaimed materials. His contemporary sculptures revive abandoned materials and infuse them with a sense of power and grace. Available at Mountain Galleries at the Fairmont Chateau Whistler.
604-935-1862 | mountaingalleries.com
ADELE CAMPBELL FINE ART GALLERY
FOX ON WINTER SOLSTICE
30” x 24” Acrylic on Gallery Canvas
A life-long animal lover, Jennifer Sparacino knew she would work with animals in some capacity throughout her life. Painting them has become the ultimate creative joy, as each painting requires enormous commitment to colour choice, compositional harmony, and conveying each animal’s spirit. Her current work is characterized by a highly personal interpretation of colours and boldly applied paint, with strong graphic patterns and textures. View her paintings at the Adele Campbell Gallery in The Westin Resort & Spa.
30” x 40” Acrylic on Canvas
Mike Svob has been a full-time artist and teacher since 1982. This year he is celebrating his 39th year as a professional artist. Outstanding artistic achievements include mastering watercolours, acrylics, and oils, and an impressionist style that is easily identified by his signature use of strong, bold colour. Adele Campbell Gallery, located in The Westin Resort & Spa, showcases an impressive collection of Mike’s work. Visit the gallery to browse or start your art collection today.
604-938-0887 | adelecampbell.com
WHISTLER CONTEMPORARY GALLERY
40” x 30” Collage & resin on panel
Jay Kelly, a California artist, is best known for mixing printed materials to produce artwork with depth and multiple storylines. His compositions are a balance of classic beauty and modern life. Though his method is complex, his goal is simple: to evoke emotion from the viewer.
35”x 85” Mixed Media
Paul Rousso’s work focuses on pop art and classical culture, coupled with hints of maximalism. Be it the emotions of joy, a childhood experience, or introspection centred around print and media’s role in the 21st century, Rousso’s work sparks exciting conversations.
37” x 75” Trans Mounted Metallic Print
Max Steven Grossman’s “bookscapes” are assembled libraries that only exist in his photography and imagination. From photos of different bookshelves, the artist reorganizes them into a creative, digital composition of a new thematic “bookscape.” Grossman returns time and again to these works to reflect on the changing nature of books and photographs in the present day. Available at the Whistler Contemporary Gallery, with locations in the Hilton Hotel and Four Seasons Resort Whistler.
604-938-3001 | whistlerart.com