Karen Elder, West Coast Artist Bent-Tree-Studio, Hornby Island BC
Karen Elder, West Coast ArtistBent-Tree-Studio, Hornby Island BC 

New Studio adding to the Art Culture on Hornby Island, British Columbia

Welcome to Bent-Tree Studio!    ...one of the newer additions to the art culture on Hornby Island, British Columbia!    

 

My sincere and heartfelt thanks to my husband Sam for building his first-ever studio and for helping me make my dream come true!  My passion is painting and now I have a beautiful little studio that I can paint in anytime I want.  I have to say it was nice to get a huge part of my living room in my house back after all my supplies and canvases left.   I have many paintings displayed on the walls and you may even catch me in the middle of a creating a new piece of artwork when you come by.  

 

Bent Tree Studio officially opened to the public on August 10, 2014 just in time to be a part of the Studio/Garden Show.  Proceeds from this event will go towards building a New Art Centre in the not-too-distant future.  

 

I am now open by appointment during the off and shoulder season.  In the busy summer season I am open 4 days or more per week.  Contact information.

News:

TWO NEW ART CARDS AVAILABLE....   More new ones on the way in 2019.   See Artcards on right side margin above.

 

PRINTS I also have a few prints of my most popular paintings that I have sold in the past.  These are available for purchase in my Studio

 

Artshows coming up in summer:

HORNBY ISLAND ART'S COUNCIL GALLERY -  To be announced.

 

THE CO-OP - The Hornby Island Co-op has a group show for the months of July and August which I will participate in.

 

Bent Tree Studio officially opened Aug. 2014 ...

Hours:  Normally I can be open most days from 11:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.  My "Open sign" will be out or please call for an appointment.  Check it out...

 

Art Cards for sale... 

Art cards can be found in my studio, the Co-op, HIAC and on this website. 

 

Volunteer & Fundraising Projects: 

The most recent event was the HerringFest Artshow put on by Conservancy Hornby Island in March 2019.  I am happy to report that two of my sea lion paintings were sold.

 

In 2018 I participated and sold a large painting at UBC in Vancouver along with many other artists to fundraise for "HornbyTimes".  Proceeds went towards our new Art Centre that has been in the works for quite a number of years.  It is anticipated that ground-breaking for the new building will take place in the Fall of 2019.

 

Check out some other fund-raising projects that I have participated in with both paintings and 3-D projects over the years at:

Photo Gallery 

 

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