Late June/Early July at Bau-Xi Galleries: Shi Le/ Stuart Slind/ South Granville Art Walk

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JULY 6 – 20, 2013

Park #4, acrylic on canvas, 48 x 48 inches, $5900 CAD


Opening Reception at Bau-Xi Gallery Toronto: Saturday, July 6, 2-4 pm.

Shi Le’s newest exhibition captures the natural beauty and colour of Ontario’s forest landscapes. Using generously applied paint, the artist captures the fleeting impression of light as it falls on open meadows or as it is filtered through the forest canopy. These heavily textured, intensely hued, and generously scaled paintings give the viewer the illusion of being able to walk directly into these vivid autumn scenes.

Shi Le received his Bachelor of Fine Arts at the Sichuan Fine Arts in China and a Master of Fine Arts at the University of Waterloo. Over the last twenty years, he  has taught painting at various post-secondary institutions including Lakehead University, University of Waterloo and the Sichuan Fine Arts Institute. More…


JUNE 27 – JULY 11, 2013

Granny Smith, oil on canvas, 36 x 36 inches, $4500 CAD


Opening Reception at Bau-Xi Gallery Vancouver: Thursday, June 27th, 6-8 pm, artist in attendance. 

Bau-Xi Gallery is pleased to present Composing Beauty, by Canadian painter Stuart Slind. In this latest body of work, Slind explores the serenity and repose to be found in still lifes of everyday objects. Using only a  light, modest colour palette and a simple composition Slind captures perfectly the inherent harmony of these objects in their environment.

“I follow the passage of light as it moves around the fruit and along the gentle folds of cloth. For me, this gentle stillness evokes a deeper meaning.”

Slind studied art at the Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design and the Seattle Academy of Realist Art. His true direction as an artist came from his travels in Northern Europe. It was in the galleries and museums of Amsterdam, Oslo and other European cities that he found the historical and cultural ground in which to locate his paintings. More…


During the South Granville Artwalk, Bau-Xi Gallery presents two exhibitions simultaneously. Come and enjoy A Sense of Place, an exhibition of new landscape paintings by BC artist Cori Creed, as well as explore new abstract paintings by Quebec based artist John Barkley in the exhibition Ascending Inward.

Bau-Xi Gallery will also be hosting the following events in conjunction with the Artwalk:

2pm Artist Talk by Cori Creed at Bau-Xi Gallery, Vancouver

2-4pm Artist Closing Reception,  with wine tasting sponsored by Fort Berens Estate Winery.

4pm Book Draw: Bau-Xi Gallery will be offering a prize draw for two full colour artist books.


Draw 1: Bobbie Burgers’ newest book, entitled ‘Arriving at a landscape’, features her trip to Provence and the paintings that were directly inspired by that time abroad.
Draw 2: Drew Burnham’s self-titled book, featuring the artist’s panoramic landscape paintings.

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Coming up in July: Joshua Jensen-Nagle and Gordon Wiens at Bau-Xi Gallery Vancouver, Jeffrey Milstein at Bau-Xi Photo Toronto. Eva Isaksen and Lindsay Pichaske at Foster/White Gallery, Seattle.

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