Vancouver Home Article Featuring Artist Paul Ygartua

Ygartua Featured in Vancouver Home

Vancouver Home magazine featured an eight page editorial story on Ygartua. The article will also be in the Montreal and Toronto Home magazines and in all the Maple Leaf Executive Lounges across Canada, UK, Paris, Germany and New York. (english, french and mandarin)

The phenomenon of YGARTUA is his diversity in styles and techniques.

“The very essence of creativity means it cannot be defined and compartmentalized; presenting to the artist, an immunity from the conventional direction, the embracement of a different direction, awarding him the freedom and the opportunity to seek out alternative avenues.”

An artist has to be an inventor as well as a performer, creating original ideas, then interpreting these ideas onto canvas or an alternative selected medium

I am diverse in my attitude towards art, so for me to remain in one style is virtually impossible, each style needs a different approach and a different discipline.

I am constantly challenging myself, it is at the core of my very being, to break through the walls that surround us, to discover, to search beyond, to break through into an unfamiliar direction.

Our very existence is one that requires constant analysis which coincides with my constant challenge to ignite an undiscovered identity within, seeking an unchallenged pathway. It is through personal confrontation with oneself to discover and break through new boundaries and change the traditional concepts of art.

The Evolution of Fine Arts affects all of us and it is the artist that is constantly striving to bring an awareness and recognition to the extraordinary World of Art. It is an emotional and spiritual and sometimes an overwhelming endeavour.”



Latest Ygartua Originals can be viewed at the UKAMA GALLERY 

Latest West Coast inspired native artwork – Eagle Spirit Gallery

  • Marlene Cooney
    Posted at 20:05h, 08 August Reply

    Thank you Paul, we so appreciate your skill, innovation, art, incite and downright plain talent! We have a small collection, only nine pieces, of your work, all bought from your lovely wife Joanne which we display with pride in our home.
    Live long and well.
    Kindest Regards, Marlene & Dale Cooney

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