Heather is deeply honored to have been recognized by the nations top leaders of this country and province, for having participated in the Crossing Boundaries 2017 Exhibition.  And she wishes to thank each and every member who made this particular exhibition possible.

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About the Vancouver, BC Artist:  Heather Curry

Heather Curry of XQZME Art and Design was born in Vancouver, BC.  During her early upbringing, she became strongly influenced by the combination of both the natural surroundings and the ethnic diversity of this city.  Heather's landscape impressionist paintings, are best described as having a Eurasian, Pacific, West Coast theme.  Her extensive travels abroad have included such places as China, Hawaii, Jamaica, and Mexico.  


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Heather is currently an Active Status member of the Federation of Canadian Artists (http://www.artists.ca) and is also an active member with the Seymour Art Gallery.  


The A.I.R.S - Annual International Representational Show of 2016 also featured Heather Curry in their FCA Catalogue.  The proceeds obtained from this series, would help further the endeavours of the FCA Gallery and it's members.


Her most recent works are inspired by the biodiversity of the ever changing landscapes, which is due in part to climate change.  And these paintings have recently been gaining respect, while attracting the attention of many buyers.


Heather is happy to work with her clients, please contact her directly at:
778-837-5059 or email her at thecurrys@shaw.ca



In 2015, Heather's first gallery exhibition began with the Seymour Art Gallery in Deep Cove.  The show was titled 'Discovery Fire' and featured a number of up and coming Canadian artist's works. Including Heather's hemp and acrylic painting titled "Cinder"  During this show, she met a renowned local artist named Ben Lim.  He exclaimed how he admired the technique of her particular art piece.  She embraced his kind remarks, and made every effort to explore new and creative ways to incorporate the hemp into her paintings.  And this style and creative technique has brought new meaning into her work.


Heather Curry's career with the FCA Gallery began shortly thereafter.  Her style is best known for the use of hemp & acrylic, within an impressionist landscape style.  She also works with Indian Ink and oil based paints.  Heather does not limit herself to any particular medias, as she is always creatively exploring.


Examples of her accomplishments with the FCA Gallery, as follows:


Heather's acrylic impressionist painting titled 'Eden' was an immediate success, and sold days before it was given a chance to be displayed.  'Eden' was kindly accepted, and made an online appearance for the FCA Gallery 'Limitless 2016', from June 1 to August 31, 2016

Her painting titled 'Northwest Summit', was published and displayed for the juried FCA Gallery's "AIRS 2016" magazine and exhibition, from October 4th to October 23, 2016


The hemp/acrylic painting titled: "Northwest Summit", displayed during the juried FCA Gallery's Exhibition titled:  The Beauty of Canada & Crossing Boundaries Exhibition, from May 9th to May 21, 2017.


Special Note:  It was a double gallery showing, and was also on display at the International Arts Gallery in Vancouver, BC, May 6 to May 22, 2017 (see signed acknowledged letters attached below).

The hemp/acrylic painting titled 'Autumn Birch' and an Indian Ink painting 'Tree & Wind' were both displayed at the juried FCA Gallery's Exhibition titled "Landscape", from April 25 to May 6, 2017. 


The painting titled 'Vancouver Lunar Wave' was shown during the juried FCA Gallery Exhibition titled
"O Canada", from June 20th to July 2nd, 2017.


The hemp/acrylic painting titled "Depth" was displayed during the juried FCA "Mix" Exhibition, from November 14th to November 26th, 2017


And this year, the Indian Ink Painting titled "Unleashed Prosperity" was on display during the juried FCA Gallery Exhibition titled: 'Works on Paper', from January 23 to February 4, 2018.

In Summary, Heather continues to successfully fulfill her obligations to both her business and the Federation of Canadian Artists Gallery's Exhibitions.


Please visit her painting titled Blue Heron in Stanley Park during the FCA Gallery's Wild Life Exhibition May 1st to May 13th, 2018.


Artist Statement


Heather's experiences through education, work and travelling, have lent to her growth and creativity as an artist.  And as a naturalist, Heather is inspired by biodiversity and the ever-changing landscape, which is due in part to the effects of climate change.  Heather incorporates hemp twine into her acrylic & Indian Ink works, which alludes to natural tree formations.  The paintings are a gentle reminder that we should never overlook the beauty of nature.  These paintings also serves as a message to remind ourselves why we should cherish the world we live in.


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SPECIAL NOTE:


A copy of the Magazine can be found under the following URL

(PLEASE COPY THE LINK BELOW, AND PASTE INTO GOOGLE SEARCH).

http://www.iagbc-crossingboundaries.ca/uploads/5/4/0/9/5409660/canada_150-booklet_print-small.pdf

The 150 Canadian Artists (including Heather Curry) are acknowledged through the accolade letters provided by the honourable mentions, as follows:

Justin Trudeau, Prime Minster of Canada
David Johnson, Governor General Commander in  Chief of Canada
Judith Guichon, OBC, Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia
Katherine Chan, President of the International Art Gallery
Patrick Meyer, Executive Director of the Federation of Canadian Artists

In Summary, Heather continues to successfully fulfill her obligations to both her business and the Federation of Canadian Artists Gallery's Exhibitions.