Photo ed Magazine: Botanicals Winter 2022/23 #66

Phyllis Schwartz's botanical experimental photography is featured in the Photo ed Magazine's Winter 2022/23 - #66 in an article written by Peppa Martin. The article features a number of her analog and digital works. In the article, Peppa outlines how Phyllis goes about creating the images their historical context and the inner workings of her creative force.

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Ekphrasis, ArtPod, Metchosin, BC

Feel like Going Home

Feel Like Going Home

Juror's choice awards were received for Phyllis Schwartz's work Arriving and Departing and Edward Peck's Work Feel Like Going Home, during the ArtPod Exphrasis Exhibition in Metchosin this September and November

Arriving and Departing

Arriving and Departing

Art Rental Exhibition

CityScape Community ArtSpace

September 9 - October 1, 2022


Our work and many other artists' work are available at CityScape, this is a chance to see them in the gallery.

Discover original works by local artists from the  Art Rental collection. Created using an impressive range of media, these 2-dimensional pieces explore a variety of techniques using oil, acrylic, and watercolour paintings; linocut, lithograph, and woodcut prints; photography and mixed media. Artists share their expressions of natural and urban landscapes, seascapes, abstracts, florals and more in realistic to impressionistic renditions. Art Rental is a simple and affordable way to enhance your environment with original artwork.

Rental fees range from $10 – $55 a month for pieces ranging in size from small (12”x12”) to large (48”x48”). You can rent and buy work right off the gallery walls. With 175 new artworks added to the 2022 Art Rental collection, the Art Rental collection represents 108 artists. Learn more about the Art Rental Programme at

Art Rental 2022 | North Van Arts

Publication of Collaborative Alchemy

The book is available in the following online bookstore, CLICK HERE.

This exhibition catalogue features the works of Pierre Leichner, Edward Peck and Phyllis Schwartz artists whose practice contemplates the full cycle of natural growth and transitions that are in an ever-changing state. They use plant-based materials to create works of art that reflect states of permanence and impermanence. They are choreographers and arrangers who have manipulated natural materials into compositions that challenge the viewer to contemplate form, time, and the ephemeral. 

Current Exhibition

Two works from Phyllis Schwartz and two from Edward Peck are on display at the Vancouver International Airport in the Domestic Terminal. So if you are passing through you will get a peek at four pieces that are also featured in our show during 2019 and 2020.


Available in our online Bookstore.

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