All our teachers are working professional artists with strong backgrounds in teaching and a passion for sharing their knowledge.  We invite you to click on the links below and check out each teacher's gallery.

Ann Willsie

Ann is known for her large-scale panoramic landscapes, florals and rural scenes of Canada. Bold, visible brushstrokes and thick, luscious oil paint are characteristic of her paintings, which have been described as contemporary impressionism.

Mark Glavina

Mark Glavina studied graphic design and Illustration at Capilano College and has worked as a teacher and illustrator with various contracts including background painting for animation and private contracts and commissions as well as established a reputation as a muralist.

Chris Charlebois

Born in 1952 in Arvida, Quebec, Chris Charlebois has spent most of his life in British Columbia. He attended the Vancouver School of Art and his painting instructors were Don Jarvis and Bruce Boyd. Since then his work has been collected by numerous private and corporate collectors. Inspired by the west coast environment his work is evolving into a kind of nature based abstraction.

Leo Hu

Born in Taiwan, Leo has lived in Canada the past nineteen years, specializing in oil painting, drawing, watercolour painting, and sculpture. Leo has been awarded various scholarships since he was in Arts training school. He has worked as an Oil & Acrylic Painting instructor for many arts clubs around Vancouver and as the Board of Director for the Western Canadian Taiwanese Artist Society of Greater Vancouver.

Joseph Wong

Born in China in 1948, Joseph moved to Hong Kong with his family when he was six years old. Having begun painting at a young age, Joseph experienced his own techniques and developed a style that was greatly influenced by his living surroundings.

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