Kirsten Nash has often been called a “Renaissance Woman”. This true Canadian multiinstrumentalist and vocalist has played saxophone and sung with touring acts such as Long John in countless bands, jamming with performers such as Stephen Stills, Boz Scaggs, Jeff Healey and Tom Jones over the years in Vancouver. As a composer Kirsten has written two rock operas; “Alice in Modernland”, which was workshopped off Broadway by Maxwell Productions and had its world premiere at “Sledgehammer Theatre” in San Diego, then “the Bird and the in West Vancouver at the Kay Meek theatre. “Bridging the Gap”, released in 1994. She recorded and released her second CD, “The View From Here”, in 2012, followed by in 2014 an EP called “Salvador Dolly”. She has just recently released her new CD, “A Feather and a Scale”. Throughout the span of her colourful musical career Kirsten has always created visual art; from ceramic sculptures to oil and acrylic paintings. Kirsten’s work will be featured by Novem at the New York Art Expo in 2017 as well as the 2017 Art Vancouver, and her painting, “Peony Ride” was just used for the Park and Buzz jewelry box, included in the 2017 Academy Awards “Everyone Wins” gift bag.
top left, A Peony for Your Thoughts, acrylic on canvas, 48” x 48” right top, Field of Dreams, acrylic on canvas, 24” x 36” right bottom, Seeing Red, acrylic on canvas, 24” x 36” following pages, left, See No Evil, acrylic on canvas, 30” x 48” right, Hear No Evil, acrylic on canvas, 36” x 48”