Braving the Elements of Art Earth, Water, Air, FireBy Rebecca Wood BarrettThe ancient Greeks divided all existence into four essential elements: fire, earth, wind, and water. This idea was a pillar of philosophy, science, and medicine for centuries. Through modern …
WHISTLER Welcome to Sea to Sky Country By David Burke / Images By Joern RohdeT he lifting of most Covid-related travel restrictions has spurred a desire to spread our wings and visit somewhere relaxing — or exhilarating, eye-popping, adventurous and …
Stepping into the Audain Art Museum’s spring-summer exhibition feels like stepping through a space/time portal into…
The atmosphere on the opening weekend of the new exhibition Wolves: The Art of Dempsey Bob at the revered Audain Art Museum seemed especially charged.
Whistler has you covered for tasty food & drink. The Forecast is calling for coffee and so much more, so check out Forecast Coffee’s new location in Function Junction.
Our feet are a masterpiece of engineering and work hard for us year-round, but in winter, they get squeezed into ski and snowboard boots, endure freezing temperatures, and yet we still expect them to look presentable
The intentional use of space, surface and shadow to create artistic flow is unique to sculpture. An “off the wall” experience of sculpture’s three-dimensional nature can be both exciting and challenging, and Whistler’s art galleries are at the forefront of showcasing the work of some of Canada’s finest sculptors.
Summertime in Whistler serves up an embarrassment of riches: endless exciting activities; an abundance of freshly picked,
Treat yourself to some decadent hand-made fudge, and you must try their Whistler-inspired Grizzly Claws at Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory.
Visit Whistler’s exceptional galleries to admire an array of artistic talent and perhaps find that unique piece for your home.