Ben Reeves’ drawing and painting practice is an intensive, personal accounting of perception and how the world is realized through pictures. He has exhibited his work extensively in national venues as well as in the US, England and China. His work has been featured and reviewed in Canadian Art, Border Crossings, The National Post, and The Globe and Mail.
Reeves received a BFA from the University of British Columbia and an MA from Chelsea College of art and Design, UK. He is represented by the Equinox Gallery in Vancouver and Jessica Bradley Art Gallery in Toronto.
Reeves is currently Associate Professor in the Faculty of Visual Art + Material Practice in the Audain School of Visual Arts and in the Faculty of Graduate Studies at Emily Carr University.
Nick Conbere joined the Emily Carr faculty in 2011. His artwork investigates ways to convey changes in the character of landscapes over time through multi-layered narrative imagery. He received an MFA in Printmaking from the University of Minnesota and an MFA in Illustration from the School of Visual Arts in New York. Recent exhibitions include the Minneapolis Institute of Arts and the International Print Center. Much of his work has been created through residencies such as Anchor Graphics in Chicago and Frans Masereel Centrum in Belgium. His illustration clients have included the New York Times and McGraw-Hill Publishing.