Artwork by Cory Kinney - Landscape and Abstract Artist from North Vancouver, BC
Upcoming, current and recent shows
Even More Greeting Cards Have Arrived
The very large painting, 'Beetle on Black' has been scaled down to a much more manageable greeting card size of 5"x7". Along with it is a blank greeting card of the glass-winged beauty, 'Biggest Butterfly in the World' looking very good at 5.5"x5.5". Both cards come in packs of 6 or 3 of each for $30.00.
First greeting Cards are here
'Beetle on Black' blank greeting card package of 6
5"x7" blank greeting cards on recycled heavy card stock with white folding envelopes
The first two greeting cards of Neon Butterfly and Sai Woo are now available. These cards are 5.5"x5.5" on heavy card stock and come with white folding envelopes in a poly-vinyl wrapping. Cards are sold in sets of 6 and can be all the same, or three of each (3 Neon Butterfly and 3 Sai Woo). Pricing is $30.00 CAD + delivery for a set of six. Please email Cory at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would to purchase a set.
Two New pieces in the Federation of Canadian Artists' October/November 'Icon' show at Granville Island Gallery
I will have two 'pour' pieces on display (Lions Gate 2 and Updraft) on display at the Federation of Canadian Artists Gallery located on Granville Island between October 27th and November 8th, 2015. Come on down to see them in person.
Like many artists, I enjoy producing works in threes. My most recent canvases are three works in oil that I am calling the 'musculature' series. The title is a reference to anatomy and in particular the fluid and interweaving lines of muscles bound to a skeletal frame. I wanted to apply that line aesthetic to landscape works and below are the results. I hope you like them.
Evolution of a 'pour' painting
I'm always excited to be pushing the boundaries of what is possible in this technique I use called 'pour' painting. It is an equally thrilling and satisfying way of producing painted works and I thought readers might be interested to see how the process works.
New series on the way
Butterflies and beetles are leaping off the easel with a new series of painted acrylic works on canvas.
Would you like a canvas print version of one of your favourite paintings?
Cory is now working with the meticulous craft printers at Art Ink in Victoria, BC to create stunning canvas prints of his paintings. These prints are to order, so please contact Cory at email@example.com to see about sizing and pricing.
Keep an eye out for the New Cephalopod series that I'm working on. This is a real departure from my previous works in that i'm creating highly sculptural painted works that literally leap off the canvas at the viewer. the first two pieces, 'Octavius' and 'Watch Your Step' are just having the finishing touches put on them.
Cory is back with a new painting for the Victoria hospital foundation's 25th Anniversary 'Visions' gala November 21, 2015. 'Astoria' will be featured alongside works from other well known british Columbia artists as part of this year's fundraising efforts.
'Sentries' Donated to the victoria Hospital foundation's 'Visions' auction to support the cardiac Care Unit at royal jubilee hospital.
3 pieces donated to Keyano College Fine arts And UBC creative Writing.
new show announced!
Three of Cory's brushless works from his carnival series of paintings will be on display as part of the 'Home Is Where The Art Is' exhibit taking place at the Scotia Creek Gallery in the Maurice Young Millennium Place located in beautiful Whistler, BC from February 14-March 28, 2014. The pieces scheduled to be displayed are 'Luna Day', 'Luna Night' and 'Orbiter'. Keep checking back for updated information on this site or at http://www.artswhistler.com/events-and-programs/scotia-creek-gallery/current-exhibit
Flow: A series of Brushless Painted Works by Cory Kinney
Coming to the Flow show? Get hours and directions here: www.silkpurse.ca
***OPENING NIGHT RECEPTION***
Tuesday, January 7th 6:00pm-8:00pm
With the natural world at his doorstep, North Vancouver artist Cory Kinney finds muse in the trees, rivers and canyons near his home, while other works are inspired by his love of the ocean and sailing.
His paintings are diverse in subject matter and style, with some pieces as vibrant contemporary abstracts, though his main love is landscapes.
“I’m constantly amazed by the ease with which the natural world humbles us. For me, there's a sense of comforting claustrophobia when walking through the local woods and despite being so close to civilization, I feel as if I'm a thousand miles away. I try to capture that sense of all encompassing other-worldliness in my work. I like the idea that we can't control nature despite our best efforts and that left to her own devices, she will always close ranks and be a place of wonder.” - Cory