VISION: TO ACHIEVE RAPTURE THROUGH VISUAL ART

RAPTURE

noun:  intense pleasure and delight
synonyms:  beatitude, bliss, buoyancy, cool, delectation, ecstasy,
elysium, elation, enchantment, enjoyment, euphoria, exhilaration, inspiration,
nirvana, paradise, passion, pleasure, ravishment

Art Rapture is focused on bending the boundaries of the traditional Canadian landscape through art.  We showcase a blend of pop, urban, and contemporary art synonymous with the art movements experienced in London, Paris, Los Angeles, New York, Sao Paolo and Berlin.  Since 2016, we have successfully exhibited over 30 talented artists including Okuda San Miguel, Ola Volo, iHeart, Sean Jantzi, Denial, Michelle Tanguay, Taka Sudo, Scott Sueme and Jon Shaw among many other exceptionally skilled artists.  We’ve placed over 300 works of art in the hands of exuberant collectors while supporting the fight against homelessness in our country.  Art Rapture is excited to carry the momentum forward and is committed to providing exquisite artwork and exhibitions to tantalize your senses for years to come.

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GIVING BACK

RAISED OVER $12250 SINCE 2016

Since 2016, Art Rapture has donated over $11,750 from art sales to The Push For Change, a Canadian charity focused on eliminating youth homelessness.

On May 1, 2016, Joe Roberts, former homeless youth, embarked on a massive 17 month, 9000km journey while pushing  a shopping cart across Canada to raise awareness and dollars to end youth homelessness.

This national trek began on May 1, 2016 from St. John’s Newfoundland and ended on September 30, 2017 in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Throughout this journey, Joe engaged with Canada’s population by stopping at over 300 secondary schools and immersing his passion in over 200 community engagements.

The Art Rapture team encourages you to support The Push For Change by visiting their website (www.thepushforchange.com), becoming familiar with the challenges our nation faces with youth homelessness, and finding ways to help make a difference in our community.

You can check out Joe’s journey here: