Devilish discount

Count Floyd’s “House of Cats” is epic Monster Chiller Horror Theatre. As vital to the spirit of Halloween is DJ Wolfman’s psychedelic dance sequence on The Hilarious House of Frightenstein, with Igor tripping out to “Midnight Confessions.” Scary stuff from a time when evil inflation was jacking up the price of pumpkins. It’s eerie to… Continue reading Devilish discount

Fur Ball fundraiser for Kitten Rescue in L.A. 

A purr-fect fit. That was the reaction to the invite from the Kitten Rescue Fur Ball to present one of my creations as part of their 25th anniversary in L.A. In “Mirror, Mirror, Who is the Feral of Them All”, I remarked a giclée from my Blue in the Face series that explores a pet… Continue reading Fur Ball fundraiser for Kitten Rescue in L.A. 

Fast, blue times at Rockabilly High

Devil at 4 o'clock is a 30 in. x 40 in. Bev Hogue original painting

A highlight of any year is the The Red Hot & Blue Rockabilly Festival — the high energy assembly of music, fashion and fast times of the 50s and early 60s. After a pandemic pause, it was great to be back for the four-day fest, staged mid-July in Gananoque, Ont., capital of the Thousand Islands.… Continue reading Fast, blue times at Rockabilly High

Thank you!

A big shout out to all who took part in Winter Thaw this past weekend. We appreciate the support and enjoy all of the interactions at the annual art event that features some of Bev Hogue’s best known paintings. Watch the Beluxe newsletter for an invite to something new this summer.

Surreal, with love

Midnight Matinee is a 72 in. X 36 in. Beluxe Blue Art painting by Bev Hogue

Midnight Matinee is a personal favourite among my large canvas Blue or Nothing paintings, and its appeal extends to an audience who has shown its appreciation at shows and exhibitions over the years. At the 20th anniversary of my Beluxe art, it was natural to add some cast members to this surreal show and invite… Continue reading Surreal, with love

See your own blue story

Biker Chic — commission

During many conversations at art exhibitions, stories naturally arise from people as they encounter my blue paintings. I love to listen to these personal interpretations. It’s a form of collaboration that extends beyond the creation and into the realm of a painting’s new life outside the studio, outside of my own expression. And during this… Continue reading See your own blue story

Biker chick drops by

Chrome Diva was inspired by an accidental meeting with an old pal from kindergarten days who literally "dropped" by with her motorcycle.

Rumbling down the one-way street in front of my studio was a collection of motorcycles finishing up a day of cruising. It was twilight and the slight curve where the street turns at the base of the hill is a natural spot for gravel and sand to gather. One of the riders skidded and dropped… Continue reading Biker chick drops by

RIP George Romero: Night of the Living Deb

After several months of treatment for an all-to-common malady these days, and for which I received tremendous medical guidance and support from the Juravinksi Centre, a knock came to my door. It was esteemed radiologist and all-round great guy Stephen Sagar and his lovely partner Christina. The good doctor was key to zapping the unwelcome… Continue reading RIP George Romero: Night of the Living Deb