Robson Square (c. 1983)
Great morning light for mobile photography - Taking the day off to enjoy 33 Acres of Ocean.
I have a 6’ acrylic glass piece being shown at the Midtown Experiment Pop Up Shop (part of the The Chinatown Experiment ) This weekend. There will be so much artsy things going down, like Artist talks, work to buy and oogle over, presentations, Live music and more! You can find details here: http://www.broadwayeastartwalk.com/ - It all starts this Friday and go’s till the weekend.
do it do it do it go see it
Sometimes you just need to keep that flame lit. That’s all. (at Vancouver 2010 Olympic Cauldron)
Hey friends. The new issue of Sad Mag is out. It’s a fantastic magazine showcasing Vancouver arts and culture with a heavy focus on the grassroots art scene. I have some photos in it as well as an interview I conducted with filmmaker (and cover model) Lewis Bennett.
If you want to get your hands on it, contact me at rommyghaly at gmail dot com or check out the Sad Mag website. It will also be available at Chapters and local book stores throughout metro Vancouver.
It’s fucking awesome and I’m not at all biased.
These guys are pushing it, in a great way, and you should get a copy.
Timed to coincide with this week’s TED Conference, an unusual piece of artwork is floating over downtown Vancouver.
Janet Echelman’s Skies Painted with Unnumbered Sparks is a 745-foot sculpture hovering between the Fairmont Waterfront Hotel and the Vancouver Convention Centre, where this year’s TED Conference opened today (March 17).
Swing by while it’s around :)