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321 Railway / Railtown Studios

7 Artists

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321 Railway / Railtown Studios

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321 Railway / Railtown Studios Artists

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Jon-Christian Ashby

Jon-Christian Ashby is a conceptual portrait photographer who dives into the psyche of his subjects to reveal their beauty, their fears, and their dreams. His work has been published worldwide, featured by publications such as Playboy Magazine, Photographize, Dark Beauty Magazine, Top Posters, Kultur and many more. His focus is commission works shot at his Gastown studio, available to the public by private appointment.

Galen Felde

My studio will be CLOSED for the duration of the Crawl 2022, but I welcome you to contact me for work inquiries, or to book a studio visit at... Echoing familiar landforms, Galen Felde’s work is a complex, often disguised integration of natural and urban elements, addressing memory, issues of empathy, impermanence and our complicated relationship with origins, adaptation and alteration of the landscape. Her paintings combine acrylic texturing and under-painting with feathered brushwork and numerous transparent washes on wood panel. Her multi-media work integrates film, construction, painting and photography. Galen was born in Vancouver, BC, and studied visual arts and contemporary dance in Vancouver, London Eng. and Montreal, Que. She has been a full-time practicing artist for over 2 decades with yearly exhibits, and extensive body of work and representation in Vancouver, BC and Toronto, Ont. Her work is collected internationally. ___


 "jOnezi is a lens based 'avant garde' artist who has moved into Assemblages, installations, large abstract paintings repurposed acquired objects, & multimedia, as well as world travel, reflecting on our current culturaland environmental paradigm shift His current exhibit is 'mEtamorphosis tWo' 2022      fEtishes"

Kurt Ostlund

My name is Kurt and I am an actor and aspiring mixed medium artist. I use a combination of 3D design, wood, resin, or whatever else I happen to be experimenting with to make art. This is my first culture crawl and happy to be a part of it.

Kyle Ashford Foster

Kyle Foster is an abstract painter who uses simple but colourful compositions leveraging letters and numbers to direct the viewer's eye. He attended Minneapolis College of Art & Design, but has been an active painter in Vancouver for the last twenty years.


My work addresses escapism, psychedelia, and the surreal inward reflections of the outside world. Through my paintings I hope to hold conversations, and to be understood in a way spoken language has failed me so far. I grew up on 90's cartoons and 2000's video games. Their bright colorful worlds became safe, internalized spaces, with nothing but positive feedback. Their absurd concepts and ingenious design taught me to think critically and openly. In their online communities I found open arms and unjudged companionship.  However, the sustenance of their contained perfect worlds, eventually turned to isolation and rot. Similarly I discovered B.C.'s electronic music festival in the neon fueled, psychedelic haze of my youth. I came there chasing dancing and drugs (and keeping up with my friends). What I really fell in love with was the art, the creators, and the liberation that creating can bring. Still though, you can only chase lessons in the same place for so long before disillusionment sets in. like many of us, in the face of the miasma of unpleasant and ordinary life, I sought escape. the above addresses my aesthetic, but the past few years have been a serious reckoning, all of us forced shelter in place, to confront the world outside the highlight reel. In stagnant isolation, I found balance in building my own safe space, layer by layer, serotonin laden mark after mark. In painting I found the tools to make the mundane and unpleasant my escape. This will my first public show with my wonderful partner in our new studio. We are so grateful to be able to share our work with you. Jordan Rotenberg AKA Seth.Lepod

Keenan Tracey

In the search to appease the senses, I landed here in the physical. In the 3rd dimension, we can touch, we can see, we can share space. Here lives a collection of life size sculpted house pets.