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1 - The Artist
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The Artist:

Patricia Haley-Tsui

 

Website:  http://patricia.tsui.cc

 

Artist Statement:

Interest in local street scenes and backcountry snow.

 

Awards:

Oils:

Honourable mention - L'Arche of Greater Vancouver, Mar. 2012

Corporate Christmas Card, 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012, 2013 - Snowboard Corp

Corporate Christmas Card, Bowen Butchers, "Shop in the snow" 2010

  

Ceramics:

First Place, 2002, Cloverdale Rodeo Ceramic Competition

First Place, 2003, Cloverdale Rodeo Ceramic Competition

First Place, 2004, Cloverdale Rodeo Ceramic Competition

Honourable Mention, 2003, In pursuit of Tea, Port Moody, Art Competition (teapot)

First Place, 2007, South Burnaby Garden Club Fall Fair

Featured in Fired Arts, a U.S. publication, July 2009, jellies teapot

 

Photography:

First Place, 2002, Pitt Meadows Great Blue Heron Art & Photo Competition

Second Place, 2002, Cloverdale Rodeo, Photo Contest, Events Division

Third Place, 2005, Fraser River Port Authority, Photo Contest

Feature Artist, Dec. 2005, Frame Right Art Shop, Burnaby

Christmas Card, 2004 - Crossroads Hospice, 2012 Bowen Butchers

Runner up, 2008, Dare to Excel, Nature

Toronto juried Photography Exhibition, Sept 2011, Ben Navaee Gallery

 

Acrylics:

Second Place, 2004, Cloverdale Rodeo, Art Division

West End Vancouver Art Krall - June 2011

 

Feature Artist, 2007 and Dec. 09, Frame Right, Burnaby, B.C. - oils, acrylics and ceramic.

 

 

Textiles:

2002 Wearable Art, Port Moody - design and make aboriginal button blanket, felt and silk

Second Place, 2004 Cloverdale Rodeo, Crafts design and painting on  large Floor Cloth

Street Art Banners, Summerland, design and paint 2002,2003,2004, 2005, 2006, 2008.

Street Art Banners, design. Royal Oak Neighbourhood, City of Burnaby, 2010

Toronto show, 2007, only BC artist juried into International Fabric Show: Aboriginal button blanket tribute, 53 in. long and 46 in. wide, 2007, felt, cotton, and silk, reversible.

 

 

Media:

SFU, The Peak, Aug. 2004, small mention

Burnaby Now, Sept 2005, front page, Heights Insert

Burnaby Now, various small mentions

Multicultural TV Channel, news item, 2004

Summerland Review, Mar. 2003

Fired Arts, U.S. publication, July 2009

Burnaby Now, July 2014

 

 

Memberships:

West Van Arts Council

Burnaby Arts Council

Port Moody Arts Council

West Valley Art Council, Phoenix, USA

 

Founding Member and public relations specialist, Eileen Fong Artist Co op Gallery,

Vancouver, 2001-2007, 2 locations: Tinsel town and Arbutus Mall.

 

October, 2006, artist studied by grade 10 art class at Cariboo Hill High School, Burnaby, in art class 'reflection'.

 

Education: various art workshops and courses in the Vancouver area.

Director, youth theatre, Burnaby, 1990-1994, Director, Gilmore Avenue Players, Gilmore Community School. Producer and Director of Poetry for Peace, Shadbolt Studio Theatre October, 2001.

 

Philanthropy:

June 2007: Producer of Stanley Park Tribute Reception/solo Show at the Burnaby Art Council Gallery with percentage of proceeds to the tree restoration fund.

Ongoing: Youth art classes and development

Ongoing: Fibre arts creative/functional donations to Homeless youth, Children's hospital