Camille's Boutique & Gallery loves to fill our walls with local artists' paintings and photography. Come check out the creativity and imagination from these professional artists.
Tuesday - Saturday 12pm-5pm
Sunday & Monday Closed
Featuring local Delta artists
Linda Jones is an award winning Canadian artist based in Ladner, BC. Linda is self-taught and has over 30 years of professional experience working in oils, cold wax medium and acrylics. Her work can be found in private collections and public spaces around the world. For more than 25 years, Linda has been delighted to share her passion and expertise with students young and old as a teacher and mentor. Former students frequently stop in for a visit and a mug of her famous hot chocolate or a cuppa tea.
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I created this service as a way to help others celebrate the memories of their lost loved ones. After losing my own dog, I found comfort in having one of my favourite photographs of her up on the wall, and was compelled to share this with others going through the same thing I am. I knew it had to be special. I took the idea from my fine art photography approach of mounting and sealing the photograph with bees wax and damar resin for longevity, with the added benefit of the unique, one of a kind beauty of the encaustic finish, and arrived at the final idea for Memory Encaustic.
Born in Toronto, Canada, artist Jan Rankin began painting just over 5 years ago. Fortunately, there is a community art gallery near her home and this was where she sold her first painting, a large colourful floral titled “Born to Be Wild”. Her work is known to be bold, colourful, often highly textured and occasionally embellished with stones, crystals or other surprises.
Jan has had a variety of experiences before becoming a painter and holds a degree in Social Work from the University of British Columbia. Currently, Jan lives, loves and plays in Ladner, BC with her husband George and 3 black cats. They share 4 grown sons.
Willing to experiment and continuously trying new and different approaches with acrylics and mixed media enables Jan to express her love of colour and texture.