For over a decade, art collectors have been drawn to the unique vibrant paintings of Vancouver artist Jodie Blaney. Her expressionist work is characterized by lively colours and rhythmical compositions.
Jodie explains, “My joy and challenge as an artist lies in striking a harmonious balance between realism and abstraction.”
Key artistic influences include Canadian artists Lawren Harris, A. J. Casson and Emily Carr. Her work is collected in Canada and abroad and she’s completed many private commissions.
Jodie is a self-representing artist and paints from her home studio gallery in Ladner, BC. She is an Active Member of the Federation of Canadian Artists and received visual arts Training from Emily Carr University.
She regularly exhibits with artists in the Vancouver area. Studio visitors welcome by appointment.
“I strive to move beyond realism when I paint. As I create, I draw on imagination and memory and let the Canadian landscape unfold on my canvas with both real and imagined elements. My paintings reflect a stylized approach and feature bold colours and whimsical compositions.
With each work, I seek to express a perfect moment in nature that speaks deeply to the viewer -- a meditative place that resides between energy and movement, stillness and quiet. I am drawn to these ever-present elements in the landscape."
Visit my online gallery: www.jodieblaney.com
Facebook & Instagram: @jodieblaneyfineart
Call or text: (604)992-7116 or firstname.lastname@example.org