In the Past

Here you will find a series of past art exhibitions I’ve participated in…







Art Signified2yr poster

Art Signified 2 Year Anniversary 

Art and Photography Showcase

January 9th and 10th, 2015
Studio East 1480 Frances Street, Vancouver, BC.
Don’t miss this group art show, live music and dj’s!
Art: 6pm // Bands: 8pm

Facebook Event Page

Poster by: Gillian Cole


Group Show June 5, 2014

Gallery Gachet

88 East Cordova, Vancouver BC.


Art Waste’s submission based group show at Gallery Gachet. Over 40 artists show their interpretation of this year’s theme of “public/private”.

Artists include:

Forked Animal
Noe Bagshaw 
Victor Ballesteros 
Kate Brown 
Eva Bryant
Kyle Buds
Angela Campbell
Cheryl Carpenter 
Paul Antony Carr 
Romulo Cesar
Annie Chiavaroli
Gillian Cole
Tanya Crail
Sylvana d’Angelo
Sarah Davidson
Rommy Ghaly 
Georgia Graham 
Kati Jenson 
Christina Kenton
Kari Kleinmann 
Annah Mackay 
Olivia Meek 
Alexander Miranda 
Eric Miranda 
Daniel Morgan 
Matt Munn 
Gordon Nicholas
Robert Ondzik 
Craig Petteman
Aaron Read
Louise Reimer
Bob Scott
Weronika Stepien
White Swallows
Casper Tayari
Anya Vetrova
Se Virtua
Tom Whalen
Hershey Wollwurtz
Sharlena Wonnick
Jessica Yeandle-Hignell
Zine Club

Sounds provided by Nicky Ninefingers 

Curated by Sara Wylie and Katayoon Yousefbigloo

Presented as part of Music Waste 2014

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Art Waste 2013


Group Show

Gallery Gachet

88 East Cordova, Vancouver BC.


Katayoon Yousefbigloo + Sylvana d’Angelo present:

Art Waste; a three day festival assembling over 40 emerging /professional artists and curatorial teams to present 25 exhibitions across Vancouver.

Art Waste, Group Show; To kick off the weekends events Katayoon Yousefbigloo and Sylvana d’Angelo have assembled a group show conceived in the spirit of Music Waste. An open call to all artists who live, work and create across Vancouver.

Angela Campbell
Alannah Clamp
Brenna Thompson
Bob Scott
Caton Diab
Craig Pettman
Crystal Dorval
Colin Jones
Choo-Kien Kua
Double Happiness
Cheryl Carpenter
Daniel Williams
Dave Pullmer
Gareth Costello
Graham White
Kane Hopkins
Katie Gravestock
Luey McQuaid
Marie Horstead
Mel King
Matt Munn
Pete Miles
Rommy Ghaly
Steven Audia
Tanya Crail
Todd Evanger
Tom Whalen
Taylor Boisjoli
Toby Pikelin
For details on the 24 other shows Art Waste has curated for this years festival.

June 6-9, 2013


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Check out some of my new paintings and some other great local artists at this show:


Cold/Hot Art Show and Party

December 15th, 2012
8pm- 3am
Chapel Arts
304 Dunlevy Street, Vancouver, British Columbia

Tickets are $15 and can be purchased at Adrenaline Tattoo on Granville, or through me and the event organizers.



Emily Carr University Degree Exhibition 2012

The Online Catalogue from the Exhibition is now available. Check it out on the links below.

 Emily Carr University - Degree Exhibition '12

Online Catalogue:

Blue Bulge:

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Emily Carr University - Degree Exhibition '12

Emily Carr University Degree Exhibition

May 5 at 5:00pm until May 20 at 6:00pm

Please join us as we celebrate the Class of 2012!

The Degree Exhibition features the work of over 300 graduates from our Bachelor and Master Degree Programs – in design, fine arts and media arts.

Opening Night Reception – Saturday, May 5, 5-10pm

Daily – May 6-20, 10am-6pm

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Directions and Map:
Emily Carr University of Art and Desgin
1399 Johnston Street (Granville Island), Vancouver, BC V6H 3R9 
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Inner Semblance

with new works by Angela Campbell and Kellen Deighton.

April 3, 2012- April 11, 2012 at the Amazing Gallery 1399 Johnston Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

“Inner Semblance reflects upon the objecthood of items found within the domestic space. Speaking in relation to the nature of various arrangements that typically express utility, Kellen Deighton has developed sculptures that circumnavigate the ideas of craft, domesticity, and the stigmatization that is ordinarily given to both within contemporary art.

Angela Campbell’s critique on utility centers around spatial concerns, although different from Deighton the large work presented is meant to push and pull the viewers engagement within both the space and the other sculptural forms that will be present. ”

By Jabari Jordan-Walker

For the Love of Rain

Curated By Monika Loevenmark and Adam Johannesson

Opened March 23rd, 2012. An international art platform set  in Göteborg, Sweden.

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