A self-taught stone carver of Mohawk descent, Vance’s unique artistic vision captures a passion for his British Columbia home and the wildlife that inhabits it. Caving in alabaster and soapstone, along with slates,and chlorite, Vance creates imaginative works that personify his favorite subject, bears and animals, and reflect a sense of curiosity and playful spirit. Vance’s masterful use of the medium, with its exquisite textures, hues, swirls and imperfections, give his work a rich and warm glow embodied in simple elegance

 

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4 Comments

  1. BL T. Bahnsen
    May 12, 2017

    Are you still showing @ Kelowna Gallery ?
    Thinking of visiting May 13 /17 afternoon.

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    • admin
      May 12, 2017

      Thank you for your email. We have a very nice collection of Vance’s pieces in the gallery. Please drop in

      Susan

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  2. Bob Frender
    March 10, 2017

    Hello

    I’m enquiring about the sculpture Two-Tone Malone by Vance Theoret. Is it still available?
    And if it is, could you tell me its height and width?

    Thank you.

    Bob Frender

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    • admin
      March 11, 2017

      Hi Bob, thank you for your inquiry. Unfortunately Two Tone Malone is sold. Again, sorry that it was still on the web page.

      Regards,

      Susan

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