About Canadian Artist Brandy Saturley
Dubbed by Whitehot Magazine New York, "The Voice of Canadian Pop Art"
Featured Forbes Magazine 12 Contemporary Artists
Shortlisted: Olympic Trophy for Sport Art 2014
Internationally exhibited and collected.
Brandy Saturley is an award-winning Canadian artist, who currently lives and works on Vancouver Island, just outside of Victoria BC. Brandy has gained notoriety Canada-wide as the 'Voice of Canadian Pop Art'. She was shortlisted for the Olympic trophy in 2014 for her painting of a goalies mask on the Canadian flag. Saturley has exhibited her work internationally, and continues to paint narratives inspired by her travels in art.
"My work walks the fine line of 'kitsch' - sometimes quirky, sometimes humourous and always deep, my work is definitely 'Canadian' in all the best ways. I have made art as long as I can remember, as my grandmother and mother before me, art chose me at a young age, and I obliged." ~ Brandy Saturley
Saturley has worked with many corporate organizations to provide art, including; Canada's Sports Hall of Fame, Canadian Tire Jumpstart, Reader's Digest, Blue Ant Media (Cottage Life) She has also licensed images of her work to many fine products, brands and charitable organizations including; ThinOptics Inc., BC Chidren's Hospital, Island Art Publishers, Vancouver Symphony and Lethbridge SymphonyHer work has been featured in numerous publications and media over the years including; Forbes, Whitehot Magazine NYC, Reader's Digest, CityTV, AllHabs Hockey Magazine, Sportsnet, SHAW TV, and CBC Arts.
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