Beatrice Moore


Beatrice Moore is an illustrator from Wisconsin and a graduate of Emily Carr University of Art and Design.  In her practice, she applies over-saturated colours to densely patterned ink drawings.

Jillian Justine Brooks


Jillian is originally from Fort McMurray, Alberta. She's been residing in Vancouver for the last 12 years, creating work from Illustrations to Paintings that reflect her creative sense of humor. Currently she's working on a series of paintings about life, love and letting go.

Kinsey Deakin

Mixed Media Artist

​Kinsey Deakin paints on all canvasses (including bodies) and mixed media artist based in Vancouver BC, and holds a BFA from Thompson Rivers University.  She pulls imagery deep from the subconscious, resulting in a juxtaposition of beauty and strange darkness. Kinsey works with the film industry and has been involved in the JBG since 2016.

Mily Mumford

Performance Media Arts

Bradley Galbraith




Julia Czubernat


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Noemi Biel


Noemi is a multidisciplinary artist who is originally from Edmonton, Alberta. She is a First Generation Canadian whose parents immigrated from Poland. Noemi graduated from Parsons School of Design in NYC with a BFA majoring in illustration. She now resides in Vancouver, where she draws, paints, writes, works digitally, and found a love for ceramics after not being able to find unique pots for her plants.

Dana Deakin

Textile Arts

Dana Deakin is a recent graduate who works within textile arts. She's in the process of building upon her knowledge and taking her work to the next level.

Nisha Platzer

Experimental Film

Drawn to vibrant shades, moon sparkles, and the melding of sounds and imagery that you can dream and drown in, Nisha likes to play with film and photography through handmade processes.  Nisha Platzer was a previous resident of the JBG in 2015-16. 

Mary Kim


Mary Kim is a ceramic artist originally from Calgary, Alberta. She currently resides in Vancouver, creating quirky functional and sculptural forms with clay as her primary medium. Mary also paints on various surfaces; paper, canvas, and wood. Her themes are that of monsters, animals, and robots. All of her pieces have evidence of the handmade, with a sense of fun and whimsy. 

Jodi Muzylowski


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