The artworks are about the human experience. They are about struggle as much as they are about celebrating activity and these moments within the wild
Lowclass Art (Benji Lowclass) wanted to represent the ski bum culture, hippies, festivals, and camping of the area.
Jean Paul is a Métis artist from Vancouver Island. His work is informed by television and cinema, particularly Westerns, 70s sci-fi and Saturday morning cartoons.
Cassie Suche's work is distinguishable for its delicate balance of structure and spontaneity, expressed though a visual language of linear and modular forms.
This piece was a 2018 Mural commission for the Nelson & District Arts Council.
Coleman Webb developed his desire to paint and make things in high school and soon learned to love street art, hip-hop culture and particularly graffiti art.
Kelly Shpeley is a multi-disciplinary artist from Nelson and the unceded Sinixt territory, British Columbia, Canada.
Born in the desert of the Okanagan, Stephanie is an artist who is guided by dreams, intuition, wild creatures, and the stories that come from all of them.
Jerome Davenport a.k.a. ‘Ketones6000’, is an Australian aerosol artist breathing new life into the world of modern art.
Katie Green is a visual artist whose practice addresses nature as a crossroad for developing concepts of growth, death, adaptation, cooperation, and perhaps most importantly, our emotional and physical selves.