Homeless in Vancouver: Great white painting

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      People in the Fairview neighbourhood are full of it—full of art that is. They might even be the most artful people in all of Vancouver. They toss off and toss out paintings at a furious rate.

      One of the real downsides of being both an art lover and a homeless binner in the Fairview neighbourhood is that you have nowhere to hang all the cool paintings you find.

      There’s an art to knowing when a painting’s finished

      This one I found today is a definite keeper; subtle yet powerful.

      what, you’re not seeing it? Okay, it’s very subtle. Here’s a closer look:

      Stanley Q. Woodvine

      What do you mean, “is that all?”

      Stanley Q. Woodvine

      There, satisfied?

      Really, you have to wonder…if the artists in residences are throwing out stuff this good, what must the stuff they’re keeping look like? I shudder to think. 

      Stanley Q. Woodvine is a homeless resident of Vancouver who has worked in the past as an illustrator, graphic designer, and writer.