VM is a Contemporary
Applicational Art

Kim Minsu

Artist Kim Minsu studied Western Painting at the University of Daegu and completed her PhD in Plastic Art. Currently, she travels between China and Korea and actively works as an Artist.


Her work is not limited to painting. She has been working on various work including fashion design, handicraft, art toy and installation art. At the moment, she is working on the process of modernization of Korean traditional painting which reflects her 'Wish' of wealth and honor for human being. 

Western Painting Artist

Sobrane Simcock

International Australian wildlife artist

Sobrane uses a mix of mediums to create her large scale works on linen, techniques fostered whilst attending Red Gate Arts Residency in Beijing 2 years ago.

Sobrane magically transforms pigments of spray paint, inks, enamel, pastels and charcoal into her renown, beautifully created lifelike pieces. Sobrane loves to articulate her expression onto linen in an uninhibited joyous manner.

Leah Poller

International Australian wildlife artist

Leah Poller is a figurative artist working in bronze. Classically trained at the prestigious Ecole Nationale Superieure de Beaux Arts of Paris where she resided for 20 years, Poller participated in a rich, multi-cultural environment, interacting with foremost members of the international arts communities of France, Spain, Italy and Latin America.  Her singular approach to her subject matter was forged by this international experience.

She has been featured on tv, and in numerous art publications.   She has lectured extensively and held workshops on creativity.

Park Seung Man

A young and energetic artist

An artist based space located in the young and energetic Bushwick area, SPACE 776 is a community gallery space for local artists and international artists working on a wide range of diverse projects.

Judson Beaumont

A sculpture artist

was born in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan in 1960. He came to Vancouver, BC to study art at Capilano College, completing his studies at the Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design. He graduated from their 3-D department in 1985 and that same year founded Straight Line Designs Inc., creating one-of-a-kind furniture pieces and commissions.  Jud began with doing hard-edged, geometrical, straight pieces; after five years of that, Jud got really bored.  He decided to shake it up and try something different.

Judson’s approach to design was primed by an instructor in art school who challenged Jud to do whatever he wanted for a sculpture project.  This turned his mind inside out: until then, Judson had believed that in order to design and build anything, you had to get a set of instructions from a book or a magazine. He had always assumed that someone else had to come up with the ideas and then he was supposed to build it that way.

Min Sunyoung

Painting Artist

Since arriving in France in 2006, Korean Artist Sunyoung Min has focused her expansive creative practice on images of flora intuitively rendered in acrylic on canvas. “EVERYTHING IS EXPRESSED THROUGH FLOWERS,” she says, as passage of time. Formally emphasizing the gulf between jeunesse and maturity, sun young min pushes some parts of the canvas to a very high finish while leaving others only just beginning.