Carrie Hull is an artist living and working in Vancouver Canada. She paints mostly on canvas in oils. She is also currently creating some small oil paintings mounted on reclaimed wood and metal stands, incorporating metal foils. 

'As a child ​​​​​​​​​in England I always loved to draw and paint. I was obsessed with bright colours. When I arrived in Vancouver, Canada in 1991 I felt the urge to create and began making sculptural and practical papier mâché pieces which were painted in bright colours and patterns inspired by my surroundings. I then pursued a career in set decorating in film and television and had a family. The urge to create in one way or another has always been present and I always seem to be designing, building or making something. I began to paint in oils in 2014 and felt at home.

Painting is something I feel I have to do so if I see something that inspires me I will paint it. My work is quite varied in theme. A strong use of colour and an impressionistic style seem to be central to my work. I hope that the viewer will be drawn to look into the painting and be temporarily transported to another place.'


1992  Community Arts Council of Vancouver Sunday artist juried show. 

Recent Shows and Exhibitions:  

2018 Anonymous art show

​2017 North Shore Artists' Guild Spring Sale
2016 North Shore Artists' Guild Spring Sale

2016 North Shore Artists' Guild Fall Sale

Art World Expo at Telus World of Science, Vancouver, May 13th 2016.

Upcoming Events:

NSAG Spring Sale. April 29th 2018. West Vancouver Recreation Centre.


North Shore Artists' Guild.