Granville Skyline

2018-05-09T23:55:23+00:00

BACK TO ARCHITECTURAL PAINTINGS COLLECTION ARCHITECTURAL  COLLECTION Granville Skyline Teyjah was inspired to create this painting from an experience she had when she visited Granville Island in Vancouver. It was on a wonderful moonlit evening when she noticed how the lights shimmered in the harbour waters. She retained the memory for [...]

Santorini, Greece

2018-02-09T17:23:09+00:00

BACK TO ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION ARCHITECTURAL  COLLECTION Santorini, Greece We all know that Santorini is colored in all shades of whites and blues. Teyjah’s interpretation of this classic village in Greece was made distinctive with unique colour interpretations, which is her signature style. Teyjah never saw this scene as it is [...]

All Along the Watchtower

2018-03-06T16:00:16+00:00

BACK TO ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION ARCHITECTURAL  COLLECTION All Along the Watchtower A trip to Maui and Diamond Head, with its wondrous beaches and play of light inspired this painting of the lighthouse on the point of the famous ‘Diamond Head’ in Waikiki. “Hawaii is so colourful it seemed natural to just [...]

Vancouver Blue Funk

2018-03-06T16:02:39+00:00

BACK TO ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION ARCHITECTURAL  COLLECTION Vancouver Blue Funk “This is a composite image of various Lower Mainland vistas. The ships are from the Port of Vancouver, New Westminster Quay, docks in White Rock, buildings from Vancouver, and the SkyTrain from Burnaby where I watched the trains pass in front [...]

Twilight Rush

2018-03-06T16:03:07+00:00

BACK TO ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION ARCHITECTURAL  COLLECTION Twilight Rush An amalgamation of Burnaby, Vancouver, and White Rock sights and landmarks that have been abstracted from the Docks painting in the same series. The metro line in Burnaby, the dock at White Rock, the ships at the Port of Vancouver, and a [...]

Rush Hour

2018-03-06T16:03:35+00:00

BACK TO ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION ARCHITECTURAL  COLLECTION Rush Hour This painting is based on the same theme and content as Docks and Portses; however, it has its own personality and perspective because of the unique arrangement of the elements. In this piece, she moves things around to create a new vantage, [...]

Road To My Neighbourhood

2018-03-06T16:04:09+00:00

BACK TO ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION ARCHITECTURAL  COLLECTION Road To My Neighbourhood This is one of Teyjah’s first architectural style paintings. This piece represents how sometimes the mind is not quite ready to see something in your own life; but, someone else can see something about you, recognizing some potential or greatness [...]

Portses

2018-03-09T22:58:09+00:00

BACK TO ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION ARCHITECTURAL  COLLECTION Portses Teyjah took similar elements used in ‘Docks’ and in her words “abstracted the heck out of it” with a technique that utilizes gradation of colour. Each of the pieces in the series progresses further into the abstract and radical. There are things in the [...]

Outer-View

2018-03-06T19:06:43+00:00

BACK TO ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION ARCHITECTURAL  COLLECTION Outer View While in Chinatown in Vancouver, Teyjah observed a building with lettering on it. What she noticed was the most interesting feature was the reflection of the building on the glass high rise across the street as it reflected on the glass of [...]

Morend’s Castles

2018-03-06T19:10:05+00:00

BACK TO ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION ARCHITECTURAL  COLLECTION Morend’s Castles This painting was inspired by a piece of art done by an artist called Morend. Teyjah has created her own interpretation, but gives credit in the title of the piece out of respect to the original artist who created this painting that [...]

Docks

2018-03-06T16:06:27+00:00

BACK TO ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION ARCHITECTURAL  COLLECTION Docks This is an amalgamation of the things Teyjah would see in her daily travels – the pier from White Rock, the submarine at the New West Quay, the Skytrain, and the docks at Coal Harbour. It is a creative integration of these familiar [...]

Bralorne Relic

2018-03-23T19:18:39+00:00

BACK TO ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION ARCHITECTURAL  COLLECTION Bralorne Relic Colourful, intricate, and evocative are all descriptors one can use for this most rhythmic portrayal of an actual abandoned mine. Shapes, lines and colours are used to convey a dramatic and compelling sense of loss and abandonment. There it stands, albeit destitute, still [...]

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