Artist Erica Teulon guiding the creative process at Infinitea’s Bass Canvas event.

An artistic collaboration at Infinitea

On March 25, music and painting were combined to produce an abundance of sensorial stimulation at Infinitea T-Bar & Boutique.

On March 25, music and painting were combined to produce an abundance of sensorial stimulation at Infinitea T-Bar & Boutique.

The evening featured local DJ Kyle Ingy a.k.a Mr Wub spinning tracks from his soon to be released album, as patrons collaborated on several large canvases.

Ingy began his career as a singer-songwriter who slowly got pulled into the world of psychedelic bass music. His sound incorporates eclectic samplings such as indigenous chants and traditional Mongolian music with driving bass lines to produce a unique experience.

He’s performed at bars and nightclubs across B.C. but took the winter off to write an album in Fernie.

Accompanying Ingy were local visual artists Erica Teulon and Libby Vanderschuit who were overseeing the paintings.

“I’m just here to help guide,” said Teulon.

Infinitea’s owner Stephanie Fleming said that anyone was allowed to add a bit of paint to the canvases in the collaborative effort to create art and that Teulon and Vanderschuit were present to give guidance and support.

“We’ve got them guiding because a blank canvas is very daunting,” she said.

Stencils were made available for those with a little less artistic inclination.

Fleming noted that the finished paintings would be displayed on Infinitea’s patio this summer.

Just Posted

Local boys raise money for sick children in unconventional way

Four local boys have found a way to use their passion for… Continue reading

Skid Steer stolen from Sparwood Transfer Station

Elk Valley RCMP are seeking the public’s assistance with a theft that… Continue reading

Golf pro has big plans for Sparwood Golf Course

Golf pro looks to a promising future for golf in Sparwood

Ghostriders show grit and tenacity

Hard work and heartbreak; a reoccurring theme in Fernie’s past two hockey… Continue reading

Fernie Swim team aims for Nationals

Aidan Chudleigh has high hopes for his swim team this year, and… Continue reading

VIDEO: Rare comic showing Superman’s 1st appearance to be auctioned

The 1938 comic features Superman hoisting a car over his head

Sparwood florist to compete nationally

The Maple Leaf Cup; where art and flower design meet under one… Continue reading

B.C. reporter reflects on covering Charles Manson

Charles Manson, leader of a murderous cult, died on Sunday at 83

ICBC overbilling for crash repairs not the problem, dealers say

Collision repair shops reject union claim of inflated costs

B.C. groups to address child sex abuse in sports

viaSport is organizing a full day of education in association with Canadian Centre for Child Protection and the Coaching Association of Canada.

Report sets exercise guidelines for young kids, including ‘tummy time’ for babies

Kids aged one to four should get at least three hours of physical activity throughout the day

Stampeders return to Grey Cup with 32-28 win over Edmonton Eskimos

The Stampeders will face the Toronto Argonauts next Sunday in Ottawa for the title

Nebraska approves TransCanada’s Keystone XL pipeline

Nebraska’s Public Service Commission approved TransCanada’s Keystone XL route in a close vote

B.C. VIEWS: China a better partner than U.S.

B.C. is slowly winning the softwood lumber war

Most Read