Work

Wayne Leidenfrost

Bio

Wayne Leidenfrost’s impressionistic style brings the canvas alive with colour and movement. Large open fields abundant with a variety of flowers capture the essence of bright sunny days; while tranquil pond scenes depicting waterlilies and softly moving water are reminiscent of Monet. He began to paint at age 12 and, exhilarated, he continued and built up his skill. He has always been thankful for the presence of creativity in his life, and, although he has never fully understood it, he has always found it fascinating and mysterious.

He is an artist full of energy and passion. A photojournalist by trade, he is used to working in a rectangular black and white format. Painting allows him to use a bright, vibrant colour palette and add movement to a scene. Wayne is a resident of North Vancouver, BC.

“Everybody looks at my work and says, ‘it is so peaceful,’ but it is the subject, the garden, that is peaceful. The brushstrokes aren’t peaceful – on a bad day, I can paint with such huge, angry strokes that I knock the brush out of my hand.”

Suzy Arbor

Kevin Arnold

Karen Bagayawa
Josefa Fritz Barham
Mark Berens
Mary-Jean Butler
Todd Clark
Kelly Corbett
Vicki English
Lisa Geddes
Victor Goertz
Lori Goldberg
Warren Goodman
Taralee Guild
Gary Haggquist
Sandra Harris
Cathy High
Jeff Holmwood
Tammie Hunter
Marilyn Hurst
Burns Jennings
Jenny Keith
Kandice Keith
Peter Lawson
Patrick Leach
Wayne Leidenfrost
Ellen Mahon
Lloyd Major
Gloria Masse
David McColm
Bruce Muir
Christina Nick
Feral Nifty
Dianne Ostoich
Anders Petersen
Tracy Proctor
Kris Robinson
Dieter Schlatter
Peggy Stel
Lorraine Surcouf
DonnaJane Tarazona
Richard Taylor
Stephanie Taylor
Helen Utsal
Alli Van Gruen
Jenn Williamson

temporary hours

11-5 Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays
Visa / Mastercard / Interac

Contact

Phone: (604) 938-9000
Email: info@artjunction.ca

location

1068  Millar Creek Road
Function Junction
Whistler, BC V8E 0S8
Canada

Just 1 hour 15 minutes from Vancouver.

artjunction gallery and frame studio is located on the shared unceded territory of the Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish) Nation.