Author Archives: Bright Angel

Sue Wells

I enjoy a challenge! Large scale public art is a gift to community, has unique place in social web. I like colour and will combine my love of bright happy images with a message that inspires viewers to feel enlivened … Continue reading

Jennifer Manuel

My artwork focuses on the landscape of British Columbia, specifically those far flung corners where people live in isolation. During my work as a school teacher in the far north of BC and on the northwest coast of Vancouver Island, … Continue reading

Jacob Hokanson

“Jacob Hokanson’s dynamic work involves bold acrylics on vast canvases. His imagery is archetypal, at times hallucinatory and draws from the collective history of tribal spirit-work. Hokanson trained briefly at the Alberta College of Art & Design and Grande Prairie … Continue reading

Isolde Verbrugge

I enjoy creating and presenting in a variety of media. Doing this allows me to be super-focused, energized and challenged in my creative process. The need to become one with what inspires me to create is strong. “Making it mine,” … Continue reading

Emma Woodland

The Art of Emma Woodland My art is inspired by my childhood growing up on a farm in Cobble Hill, with horses, nature, fantasy stories, and my dreams. My art takes many different forms, including realism, fantasy, and impressionism. One … Continue reading

Dana Wood

My landscape paintings are inspired by Canada’s West Coast. I see beauty within the intricacies of water and earth and am attracted to the ways that colour, light and motion interact. My work seeks to capture the physical and emotional … Continue reading

Jen Slofstra-Tinsley

Jen Slofstra-Tinsley has been creating paintings and drawings of all sizes for many years.  She has a B.A. in Art/Secondary Education and has taught art in schools in the United States, Ukraine, and Canada. Initially Jen started a mural painting … Continue reading