Arabella Young is an emerging Canadian painter who looks for the essence and atmosphere of the natural West Coast. Arabella’s contemplative landscapes evoke wonder and curiosity. Through expressive colour and elusive shapes, Arabella depicts the mystery within a forest and the curious space where sea meets land. Low lying fog between thick emerald greenery, light and dark that dance in water reflections, elements of Arabella’s paintings come together to capture the West Coast ethos.
Arabella was born on the North Shore of Vancouver, BC in 1977. She studied Fine Art at Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design. Arabella’s work is shown at the Village Gallery in Sidney, BC and the Gage Gallery in Victoria, BC. Her work can also be viewed at the Art Box in West Vancouver, BC.