31ST ANNUAL TD ART GALLERY PAINT-IN

TD Art Gallery Paint-In

July 21, 2018

Art Gallery of Greater Victoria
Victoria BC

Thousands attend 31st TD Art Gallery Paint-In where artists display their work along 20 blocks of Moss Street from Fort St. to Dallas Rd.


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EPILOGUE AT FORTUNE GALLERY

Epilogue
Mitchell Villa

March 16 - April 16, 2018

Fortune Gallery
537 Fisgard Street
Victoria, BC

 

Polychrome Fine Art

Mitchell Villa


OPENING RECEPTION: Feb 9  7-11pm
SHOW: Feb 9-23, 2017 


Polychrome Fine Art

977 - A Fort Street

Victoria, BC 


WHAT’S UP NORTHWEST - ARTIST INTERVIEW

Interview with Mitchell Villa, Canadian Painter
December 27, 2016 - by Lesley Haenny

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LAST RITES AT THE WATERFALL BUILDING

Last Rites
Mitchell Villa

OPENING RECEPTION: Sept 22nd | 7 - 11pm
SHOW: Sept 18th - Oct 1st

The Waterfall Building
205 - 1540 west 2nd Avenue

Vancouver, BC 

The Waterfall Building Presents: "LAST RITES" Our 10th solo exhibition of the year, featuring the work of Vancouver Island based artist Mitchell Villa.

"LAST RITES" is a collection of work that focuses on the human condition, with an emphasis on imminent final moments. The artist found beauty in the undesirable and combined the most climactic seconds of a situation into a singular snapshot. The intensity of his subject matter is enhanced by the application of paint and his bold colour palette. Through smears of paint and layered images, he is able to force movement and energy into a static surface.

 

Friday the 13th

Friday the 13th

Mitchell Villa

Christian Whiticar


May 13-15 , 2016


Untitled Art Space

436 Columbia Street

Vancouver, BC



Friday the 13th is a collaborative project by artists Christian Whiticar and Mitchell Villa. The two grew up on Vancouver Island together and have been friends since childhood. Their long history of skating, painting, rock & roll and general tom foolery can be recognized throughout both of their work while each maintaining a specific style unique to them as individuals. From their respective cities, Mitchell in Victoria and Christian in Vancouver, the artists have created two large scale collaborative installations that are site-specific to Untitled Art Space. The exhibition will also include acrylic paintings the artists have been working on individually for the past several months. Friday the 13th is representative of the artists' friendship in it's portrayal of individual, self exploration and simultaneous shared experience.