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Upcoming Projects & Exhibitions

Past Exhibitions

Dear Mom: A Love Letter to Mother Nature

The Amazing Brentwood - Rivian Space

Curated by One More Life Gallery, this group exhibition held at Rivian celebrated mother nature, and the beauty earth provides us with. Artworks were created by artists with narratives that inspire and promote our love for mother nature. The artwork "Sleeping Hummingbird" showcased during this exhibit by Irma has be purchased and is no longer available for viewing. 

Crowd at exhibition "Dear Mom: A Love Letter To Mother Nature" featuring an original Irma Schiele piece
Irma Schiele's original, "Sleeping Hummingbird" for exhibition, "Dear Mom: A Love Letter To Mother Nature"

Solo Exhibition: ALEBRIJES

Elbow Gallery - Emily Carr University of Art + Design

'Alebrijes' exhibited in Elbow Gallery inside of Emily Carr University of Art + Design, emerged from Irma's scholar career in her final year of university. Irma dove into the ideation of Alebrijes, a mexican artform practiced in Mexico and explored themes of pattern, animal representation & the mystic. Referencing the real, Irma created a realm for imagined mystic creatures encouraged by her latin identity and the artform of Alebrijes.

Irma Schiele's solo exhibition featuring her collection, "Alebrijes" at Elbow Gallery at Emily Carr University
Irma Schiele at her solo exhibition featuring her collection, "Alebrijes" at Elbow Gallery at Emily Carr University

Featured Projects

Feature Creature Live Mural Battle

The Cobalt - East Vancouver

Held at The Cobalt by SNAG Art, the artwork below emerged from a live painting events and art show, highlighting artists who paint fascinating creatures fused with the real and imagined. Irma Schiele was one of the two spotlight artists participating in a two hour live painting battle, where each artist painted a mural for the crowd to judge at the end of the event.

Colourful Turtle Mural from the Feature Creature Live Mural Battle at The Cobalt in East Vancouver
Irma Schiele painting a colourful turtle mural from the Feature Creature Live Mural Battle at The Cobalt in East Vancouver

Granville Promenade VMF Takeover

Downtown Vancouver, Granville St.

Made possible by the Downtown Vancouver Business Improvement Association, "The Granville Promenade aims to connect the community and downtown businesses to celebrate, rejuvenate, and reimagine downtown Vancouver's most historic street" - Daily Hive. Irma's participation in this festival birthed the creation of this temporary Herron mural, painted live throughout six hours of the festival.

Irma Schiele painting the Granville Promenade Mural
Irma Schiele painting the Granville Promenade Mural
Blue Herrings Mural by Irma Schiele at the Granville Promenade

Murals of Gratitude

Kimprints - Gastown Vancouver

Utilizing art as a tool to brighten up Vancouver's boarded up storefronts due to COVID's presence, Kim Briscoe founded 'Murals of Gratitude.' Irma's artwork on one of KimPrints' boarded up windows featured the rod of Asclepius, a symbol of medicine and health. This mural intends to highlight the strength of medical workers through a mythical narrative.

Rod of Asclepius Mural by Irma Schiele
Irma Schiele painting the Rod of Asclepius Mural

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