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HyArt Vancouver

Satellite Event at HYATT Regency Vancouver

HyArt Vancouver
HyArt Vancouver
HyArt Vancouver

Join us for an exclusive satellite event organised by Art Vancouver at the prestigious HYATT Regency. HyArt Vancouver aims to support local artists, including Indigenous communities, by providing a platform to showcase their talent. This collaboration marks Hyatt's ongoing art project, reinforcing their commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion, as well as community engagement. As part of Hyatt's World of Care program, they are dedicated to making a positive impact on the community.

The art collection features a mural and paintings by Natasha Redwood-Scribe as well as paintings by Paul Ygartu, Janet Moore, and Shakun Jhangiani. Additionally, it includes film photography by Im Najeong.  

Meet the artists:

Natasha Redwood-Scribe is an Ojibwe visual artist living in Vancouver, Canada. She has always been interested in art, being inspired as a young child by her father’s art practice and the animated movie Barbie’s Rapunzel. Primarily working in the Ojibwe style known as Woodland Art, Redwood-Scribe explores themes of the self in connection with her heritage. Through her work, she hopes to share and highlight parts of herself and her culture with others.  She hopes that with her art, other Indigenous youth can be inspired and find their voice through art.

Paul Ygartua started his artistic career as a qualified gold and silversmith with a degree in design. Ygartua then turned to painting immediately after graduating from the Liverpool School of Art. His painting styles include Realism, Expressionism, Abstract Expressionism, Surrealism and Abstract Surrealism. His continuous study and work on techniques and painting mediums are apparent throughout his vast body of work.

Janet Moore is a Sooke and part-time Fernie resident. Moore's interests include hiking, biking and snowboarding and are often the subject of her colourful paintings. Not always in the studio, Moore can be found painting en plein air, which simply means painting outdoors, creating a loose impression of the landscape. She also enjoys drawing the human figure, striving to capture the feeling of the poses. 

Shakun Jhangiani was born and raised in Bombay, India. She is an artist with a diverse background and an outside-the-box approach to her creative endeavors. Having studied dress making, photography, and interior design, Jhangiani now designs jewellery, furniture, and interiors.

Najeong Im grew up in the coastal city of Yeosu, South Korea. She moved to Atlanta, Georgia to pursue her passion for graphic design and relocated to Vancouver seven years later where she now lives and continues to create. Her artistic repertoire spans from painting and sculpture to photography and writing.

Experience the intersection of culture, creativity, and community at the HYATT Regency Vancouver. 

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