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Ian Tan Gallery presents Artists Tim Fraser & Will Rafuse in Exhibition until July 29th

July 19, 2010

The Ian Tan Gallery, 2202 Granville Street, on South Granville, presents an exhibition of new work by Artists Tim Fraser and Will Rafuse from July 10th to 29th, 2010.

Tim Fraser, Lagoon Entrance, 2010, oil on canvas, Ian Tan Gallery, on South Granville

Tim Fraser, Lagoon Entrance, 2010, oil on canvas, Ian Tan Gallery, on South Granville

Tim Fraser is a member of the Federation of Canadian Artists and a Fine Arts graduate of Surrey’s Kwantlen College with a background in commercial art. He has exhibited with Ian Tan since 2005 and has become well-known for his dreamy and curvaceous paintings of the Vancouver Seawall, with lollipop trees in luminous colours. Fraser regularly visits Stanley Park to capture new vistas of the seawall.

Will Rafuse, Royal Cafe and Lila's Dress Shop, 2008, oil on canvas, Ian Tan Gallery, on South Granville

Will Rafuse, Royal Cafe and Lila's Dress Shop, 2008, oil on canvas, Ian Tan Gallery, on South Granville

Will Rafuse graduated from Capilano College and began selling his illustrations through Canadian Art Prints before turning to painting. His signature style is recognizable from movies and television shows. A slightly wonky, hand-built look and his content, cute European restaurants and comical waiters, have recently evolved into a more slick and polished advertising style. Once inspired by the highly- mannered work of Modigliani and Botero, he is currently influenced by Edward Hopper and Andy Warhol.

Ian Tan Gallery
2202 Granville Street
South Granville, Vancouver, BC

Hours:
Monday to Saturday from 10am-6pm
Sunday from 12-5pm

For more information visit www.iantangallery.com

Source: iantangallery.com

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