Visual Artist of the Month- Elysse Bujold

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We have new photography on our walls for the month of august by local artist Elysse Bujold!  Elysse explores abstract photography, capturing natural elements with the use of mirrors and light.  Come down to the Streaming Cafe to see her work in person!

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Elysse is a photographer who resides in the beautiful Okanagan valley. Originally born and raised in Guelph, Ontario, she moved to British Columbia when she was eighteen to further her artistic passions and abilities. After struggling through many different mediums, she finally found her niche in abstract photography. Elysse works with mirrors, and natural water resources to produce images that are affected by the movement of water, which continuously alters the image and model. With each image, the state of the water changes aspects of the human form. It may elongate limbs, blur faces, remove aspects of the model’s form altogether, and even make them completely unrecognizable.  Her love of abstract photography, black and white imagery, and the use of light and water together are all important aspects to her photo based creations. She has made Kelowna her home and plans on staying in BC to further her education as well as her artist practice.”

For more information:

visit her website at www.ebujoldphotography.weebly.com

or email her at epbujold@gmail.com

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Featured Visual Artist: Mark Coffey

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We are happy to be featuring the latest photo series by Mark Coffey: “Edge of Frozen” . The photos will be up on our walls for the month of January so come down and look more into Mark Coffey  @ http://markcoffey.ca . 2

On Wednesday, January 29th from 6pm – 9pm we will be Mark Coffey will be presenting a Closing Reception at Streaming Cafe. Facebook event 

Mark Coffey: “Edge of Frozen” Series…
Becoming more fluid than frozen and moving north. The transition from frozen to fluid is a most important and delicate balance. It is where global warming has the strongest of impacts; a space where white becomes blue in the matter of the smallest degrees. Our planet – becoming more fluid than frozen and moving north.

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