Now on display at the Duncan Gallery

“Experimental Emotionalism and Imperfection”

As a child I learned what a great big messy bit of fun creativity is, and as I matured and developed a communication style, (both visually and verbally), I learned that our personal sense of self becomes a benefit or hindrance to that artistic creativity.  Over the last 10 years, I have aspired to never lose my sense of fun and inspiration.  As for those prior years, let’s just say that they were my training ground for this series of “experimental emotionalism and imperfection.”
I am finding that these worldly times are somewhat pivotal and push me to modify my beliefs. As a result I aspire to creatively transform everything from positive change to chaotic upheaval.  I attempt to make sense of the energetic forces confronting me through my choice of style, paint colours and methods.  Modifying my construct of reality takes neural energy that I transfer onto the canvas.
This collection of paintings is pointedly abstract.  It is my hope that this translates to a similarity in your life and at the very least, to some feeling or vision you can relate to.

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The Time To Heal Society, at 511 Canada Avenue in Duncan has graciously donated their wall space to permanently display an “Art From the Heart Gallery” of my creativity.  I continue to be blessed through my experiences and the on-going support by my friends in Duncan.

After Exhibits:   Paintings are updated as new ones become available.

  • For private viewing and/or to accommodate your schedule, please email me at janrouth1@gmail.com, leave a message at 604-212-2975 or contact Andrew directly at 604-754-7911.

    Each original painting comes with a descriptive oracle / message of healing.

    Canvas paintings are acrylic unless stated otherwise.

 

 

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