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Today we had a chat with our great partner Whistler Contemporary Gallery, and we vividly suggest you go and check out all their artists...
With historical minimalism bringing a new mode of expression, clarified from excess forms and colors, contemporary art found ways of incorporating it in novel ways with profound rethinking about our surroundings and place in the world.
Havoc Hendricks combines these learnings with his unique vision of the world, described as detailed minimalism. The artist, represented by Whistler Contemporary Gallery, uses minimalism in form, but all other aspects of his work include a deep engagement with the world surrounding him.
Former Whistlerite Desirée Patterson has, over the course of her career, landed on a nexus between art and environmentalism to create compelling and urgent narratives around the degradation we hear about so frequently these days. The Vancouver photographic artist blends raw, unfeeling data with a visual aesthetic you can’t help but be moved by.
The Whistler Contemporary gallery not only features established contemporary artists, but is also a champion of emerging voices. Their dedication to promoting both local and international art is appreciated by the roughly two million visitors per year that these excellent hotel galleries host. Entry is open to non-hotel guests as well, of course.
The gallery was featured in Whistler Traveller Magazine.
Jane Waterous, Jay Kelly, and Judy Cheng share the inspiration behind works out of the resort gallery that represents emerging and established artists.
Nestled in between the bases of the Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains, the bustling outdoor adventure mecca of Whistler is one of the world’s most sought-after enclaves for skiing, snowboarding, hiking, and nature-communing. In the heart of this vibrant community north of Vancouver, British Columbia, is Whistler Contemporary Gallery, a one-stop shop for established and emerging contemporary artists from around the world.
Best known as a world class skiing destination, the Canadian resort town of Whistler, located 120 kilometres north of Vancouver, offers plenty of activities and attractions away from the snowy slopes, too. The town’s beating heart is its compact, chalet-style pedestrian village which buzzes with activity night and day during peak ski season. As well as its legendary aprés nightlife, here you’ll find upscale boutiques and several galleries featuring regional art.
In a year when the resort didn’t get to welcome its usual influx of international guests, the Four Seasons Whistler is taking a hyperlocal approach to its latest dining experience.
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Everyone knows Whistler is a haven for hikers, mountain bikers, and general outdoorsy thrill-seekers. So what if you're more into the "apres" than the ski? With its proximity to Metro Vancouver and easy access via the stunning Sea to Sky Highway, Whistler is a perfect fall weekend getaway, even if you aren't super sporty.
Over the past few months, Canadians have been asked to make changes to their everyday routines for their safety amid the COVID-19 pandemic. But as BC moves through its gradual reopening plan, we’re now able to travel safely within our province. For a vacation close to home that offers an escape from city life, Whistler is a perfect choice.