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Where To Buy Art In Vancouver __EXCLUSIVE__


"How could anyone ever imagine this? I grew up in a world where your big dream would be to get in a gallery and somehow you would be known through whatever magic that they could throw together," says Smith in an interview with q host Tom Power.




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Smith says at first, the $100 price tag was a relatively arbitrary decision. But once she realized how grateful people with limited means were to be able to buy quality art, she decided to keep the price where it is.


"It's got a real performative aspect to it, like doing a show where you definitely, as a performer, get a lot out of the audience reaction, whether they're smiling or whether they're nodding. They're giving you feedback that is then fuel," she says. "This is very similar."


"I think it was a good place to put attention, and it became something that you can order online. We were not going anywhere, especially in the beginning, and it's something you can put in the environment you're in. So those are some of the specific variables," says Smith, who says prospective buyers are best to connect with her on Facebook. (She also posts images to Instagram, but by the time she does, the paintings are usually sold.)


Find it: 1268 Pacific Blvd., varnishnails.caThe vibe: The highly trained team at Varnish is all about giving you the most calming mani experience around, while keeping cleanliness and safety at the top of their priority list. They also offer a loyalty rewards program, where you can redeem 300 points for $15 off your service.Prices: $33 (regular), $48 (shellac), $1 extra per minute depending on the intricacy of the design (nail art)Ask for: Owner Linh Khuu creates customized colours and art based on each client she works with.


The ūd and early European lutes were played using a plectrum and were likely melody instruments, percussive rhythm instruments, or both. Sometime during the fifteenth century, European lutenists transitioned to playing with their fingertips, opening the possibility of performing several musical lines simultaneously and allowing them to play the full texture of popular polyphonic songs on their instrument. Around the same time, lutenists devised various styles of tablature, a kind of music notation that offered the player a map of where and when to place their fingers on the fingerboard, and lutes became tremendously popular with amateur and professional musicians alike. Virtuoso lutenists were among the most highly paid court musicians, and some composers like Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina seem to have preferred the lute as the instrument on which to try out their new compositions. At the time of his death in 1552, the luthier Laux Maler had 1100 finished lutes ready for sale and an additional 1300 soundboards ready for installation on instruments!


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