Monday, November 21, 2011

Handmade Revolution

Join the Handmade Revolution this Holiday Season and buy Handmade from your community! Support your talented Local Artists and give the most unique gift of all time...Handcrafted straight from the artist!

Here is just a few of the many talented artists right here in Canada! Click on the links to view their websites:

Keishia Treber's Online Shop

Rachel Kelly Fine Art Paintings

Pure Studios Inc.

K.Chipman Photography

Kyle Buhler Cabinetry

Spisani Designs

Art First! Gallery

Frank Jewellery

Shannon Robinson Art

Sangha Bean

Krista Stovel

Royce Sihlis Photography

Paintings by Trudy Wade

Dee Poisson

Wednesday, September 28, 2011

*New! Matted Prints Under $30!

Matted Prints!

Framing a unique piece of art just isn't the same without a professional mat finishing it under your glass frame. I now offer a whole variety of my paintings as matted prints from 5x7" -11x14 inch.
Ranging from $10.00-$30.00

I ship world wide at affordable shipping costs so don't hesitate when thinking of purchasing a unique gift this holiday. (I know it's only the end of September, but hey...what the heck..."Tis the Season!!")


Thank You!

Monday, September 12, 2011


 Title: Antoinette
Medium: Watercolor & Acrylic on Canvas
Size: 4x4 ft.

"Antoinette" was inspired by modern day fashion designs along with the lavish and outrageous adornment of Marie Antoinette's style during the late 1700's. The art of fashion sketches is absolutely inspiring, with each gestural line being so important and creative these figurative sketches create fantastic ingredients for a stylized watercolor painting. As a subject Marie Antoinette was the perfect figure, with her "big hair" and outrageous styles I just had to bring her to life as a style icon in modern day art!

Thanks for reading!

Thursday, September 8, 2011

23rd Anuual Art Auction!

 The very popular 23rd annual auction is coming up at the Kamloops Art Gallery on October 1st. 
(click on the poster above for more info)
It has been such a success for so many years because of their dedication to quality work, and by creating a fun, classy atmosphere with Black&White attire, live auctions, and live music! This year the gallery has invited me to donate a work of significant value. I have donated a 3.5x2 ft Acrylic Stain Painting called 'Sleek'
Don't miss out on this amazing event!

“Sleek” is part of a four piece set that was inspired by our world’s everlasting vintage fashions. For centuries the creativity in fashion adornment has been brought to life by each individual’s own style and grace. This is a constant inspiration to me, and enables me to create my own stylized voice in each gestural stroke, and in the colors I choose. To magnify the depth in this piece I have used a thin staining technique in the background, and thicker brush strokes in the figure which creates a much modernized twist to this vintage fashion.

**The other 3 part of the set are still available to purchase, and will not be part of the auction. **

Tuesday, August 30, 2011

A Summer Full of Commissions!

First off I can't believe it's already the end of Aug!
I suppose most of my time went to my solo show in Revelstoke that I had set up for the month of July filled with 23 large paintings... the largest being 7x4 feet! Or perhaps what kept me the most busiest was the 4 commissions I had in July/Aug with 3 more commissioned paintings that I have set up for their completion in Sept/Oct. Now what seems to baffle me every year is getting ready for Winter Holiday Shows in the middle of summer! I just recently finished setting up my schedule to attend 4 shows in November for all you early Holiday Shoppers!... That's one every week!

Now back to the commissions...I thought I would show you a bit more of the work behind one of my commissions. This commission I completed in July for a soccer lover's new baby boy!!

Here are the images he sent me prior to the start of the commission.

And here is the completion of the painting!
As you can see there were a couple of things that were customized to the customer's own liking such as the writing, color, and the overall style of the painting...which ultimately changed these photo's into a vivid and lively soccer painting!
Doesn't it just make you want to go to a soccer game in Italy?!

Title: Born to Be
Medium: Acrylic on Canvas
Size: 4x2 ft.
Completion: July 2011

Thanks for reading!

Thursday, June 9, 2011

Feature Artist - Cate Parr

Feature Artist: Cate Parr!

Cate Parr is an amazing watercolor fashion illustrative artist, born and educated in England. She is now currently painting in the Silverlake neighborhood of Los Angeles, California.

There is no doubt that Cate is an outstanding artist as her work speaks for it's self. Her vivid color combinations and illustrative talents in her brush strokes come together to create many masterpieces. Cate's work has been featured in Magazines such as LONY, Vecu, and even Lucky Magazine!

I find so much grace in the way Cate paints her fashion figures, and in the way her colors seem to play and mold together. The boldness in the figures she chooses is a constant inspiration to my own work, as our tastes are very similar when it comes to painting the female figure. However, her fantastic creativity in the way she paints hair and parts of the body is what I am drawn to the most... There is so much detail to view in her watercolors! There really is nothing better than an artist who is always expanding by letting the intuition explode through layers upon layers of brushstrokes, and this is exactly what Cate has achieved in her art.

Her Original Artwork and Fine Art Prints are much desired and loved on etsy (her online store)

Here are some of my personal favourites of Cate's work.

This one reminds me of how an oil spill looks with all the different colors blending together, so beautiful and graceful!

I thought I had a fave, but I really cannot choose anymore...I love them all!!

It's not very often that you see such vivid watercolor paintings...and with such bold narratives!

Here you have it...Cate Parr Everyone!

Friday, May 13, 2011

Enter to Win... May Giveaway!

 Congrats to the winner of this necklace and earring set!!

Since October 2010 I have been working with an entirely new medium 
This medium has been a wonderful complement to my paintings, as it is completely different and the inspiration of learning something new has allowed my creativity to flow farther than it has ever been before... in both mediums!
 That being said, I have created a stunning 18" necklace and earring set garnished with Faceted Smokey Quartz and wrapped with Sterling Silver Wire for you all to enter to win!

Set Value: $105.00

***To view more of my Jewellery collection be sure to visit Energy Matters, 110B 1st Street West, Downtown Revelstoke, BC.

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How to enter:

#1.) I want to know what your fave item is! Visit my
Online Store
& tell me your fave item(s)

#2.) Follow me! Become a public follower of my Blog by clicking the "Follow Me" button on the right.

Bonus Entries:

1.) Become a follower of Artist Keishia Treber via facebook 

2.) Mention this giveaway on your blog and/or facebook page with a link to this giveaway.

3.) Add the Keishia Treber Shop to your favorites if you have an etsy account.

4.) Ask to be added to my Email List to be up dated on promotions such as this and up coming shows to attend.

***The Giveaway will be open until Monday, May 23rd at 6:00 PM pacific time.
The winner will be chosen at random, and contacted via email.


Tuesday, May 10, 2011

MY ART Cover Story in the Kamloops Daily News!

My two hour interview in April has now paid off! 1100 words, 4 pages of colored photo's of myself in my studio, and images of my work all displayed as the cover story in the Kamloops Daily News Currents Magazine! Woo!!! Hoo!!!
Check out my story at the link below: A Career on Canvas - Artist Keishia Treber Paints Her Own Path

And as if this isn't exciting's a few new paintings I've been working on! :)

** You can find a few of these paintings (among many other new ones!) in all sizes of prints, cards or magnets at my online store:

Thanks for stoping by my blog!


Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Muse Exhibition Survey

For my Muse show I wanted to know what everyone's fave paintings were so I held a survey within my giveaway.

Here are a few of the comments my artwork got in return:

"Incredible! Everyone needs to come see this exhibit!" -L.Dowling / Kimberley

"Excellent! Great Prices for such talent!"  -H. Hollister / Kimberley
"Sensual... Great Work!" - G. Robertz / Calgary

"I love your artwork, it has given me inspiration." -J. Homenink / Kimberley

"Outstanding! Such a broad range of color and image. Love it!" -R. McLean / Cranbrook

"Great versatility! Acrylic on glass is very impressive." -D. Davies /Kimberley

Best in Show Survey:

#1 Phoenix

#2 Split Personality

#3 Bailie

#4 Acrylic on Glass Works

#6 My Four Yellow Ladies


Now for the fun part! Thank you to everyone who entered into the draw to win the sterling silver wire wrapped turquoise necklace.

Drum Roll Please...

***The winner of this draw goes to Marilyn Oliver in Cranbrook, BC!

**Congrats Marilyn!


Keep posted for future giveaways for your chance to win some of my creations!

Thank You,

Friday, March 11, 2011

MUSE - Solo Show Photo's in Kimberley, B.C. March 2011

To all my faithful readers,

Here are a few images from my solo show Opening Reception and Lillith Affair party! My time in Kimberley was well worth the trip and I would recommend the very friendly and creative town to anyone!

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Woo! Great Turn out!

Yes I have picked yet another business...Sterling Silver wire wrapping with Semi-precious Gemstones...Now available at Energy Matters in Revelstoke, BC... Soon to be online!
(Jewelry Display at the show)

 New Large Acrylic on Glass, and small framed Glass Art

 New Art! 
5x3 ft 
Acrylic Stain on Canvas

 Most Fave Fan's! :)


 Entering into my draw to win a Turquoise and Sterling Silver wrapped necklace! 
Made by me for you

 Flowers and wine for everyone

 Some new Art with some Fave Pieces

 Now I'm sorry but I'm hardly giving you a sneak of what is in the show...The gallery was two floors with at least 40 pieces of my art!
All my new creations will be displayed on my official website as soon as don't will get to see it all in time!

Acrylic on Canvas and Textile (Framed)
(This piece is quite unique as the fabric's pattern is textured so it really jumps out at you... It was a fave of the show =) )

 Who is that cutie in my picture?

The original...Eyes of Wonder! OoooOo la la

 ..If men only knew what attracts this many ladies! =)

 My Hard work has paid off

Lillith Affair!

Well I hope you all enjoyed the photos...and I wish you all could have been there for the opening! It was quite the show both top and bottom floor of the beautiful gallery in Kimberley.

Thank you to everyone who helped with the packaging of my paintings and whole set up of my very first solo show...