A gem of an antique store. Beautifully selected findings from around the world, and displayed so lovingly, that it makes you want to re-decorate your entire house with its treasures.
Website
blueowlhomeboutique.com
Address
Blue Owl, Blue Owl, Vancouver, Canada
Current city: Vancouver
Janice Wu is a visual artist raised and based in Vancouver, Canada. Currently finishing up her Bachelor of Fine Arts at Emily Carr University of Art and Design, she primarily works in pencil and gouache on paper. Her current body of work consists of a collection of watercolor renderings, which deal with material culture, artifacts, and the everyday.
 

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Posted by Aaron Moran
1067 is one of the best music venues in Vancouver, playing host to experimental jazz and other electro-acoustic offerings. It is underground in every sense of the word, hidden in an alley behind an unmarked door (aside from the faintest scribbling of the address in the top right corner). $5 and a ring on a hidden buzzer gets you in to this amazing spot through a labyrinth of stairs and hallways.
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I've always had a thing for bridges. It is something with the way they connect the known with the unknown and spans across vast distances. When I was new in Vancouver I worked for a while in a deli downtown. I used to walk across Granville bridge every night with the city glittering into the water all around me. Just beautiful!
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Posted by Janice Wu
Occupying the historical building of a former B.C Electric Railway terminal, Centre A's gallery space is also located in one Vancouver's oldest and most diverse neighbourhoods-between Gastown and Chinatown. Focusing on their mandate to provide a platform for contemporary Asian Art, Centre A is a great space to explore and visit.
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A hidden (almost secret) garden! located off to the side of the Pacific National Exhibition Centre. This little Japanese landscaped garden is not only a quiet sanctuary where one can admire its lake, rocks, and bonzai trees, it is also a commemorative place that serves as a healing reminder of the history of Japanese Canadian internment during the Second World War.
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Catalog Gallery consistently exhibits amazing art spanning genre and style. It’s one of my favourite galleries in the city, and always has a surprise in store. You can’t find the kind of work it presents anywhere else in Vancouver.
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