Transitioning from Public to Private…

It has been quite the experience founding an Art Gallery on Vancouver Island. My Mission to stimulate arts in my hometown and as I call it “advancement of people through art and design” has been met with love, critique and a major sense of competitiveness from a few. Truly I have only just begun, the data I have compiled over the past two years of investing in my community is already paying off, the research is now being utilized to restructure Lantzville Art Gallery.

I started by providing a Public Gallery and now due to my own personal life (just had a baby, now mama of 3,) research and my personal desire to make best use of my investment while Supporting Living Artists; I am transitioning LAG into a Private, By Appointment Only Gallery.

Check out the LAG website and make sure to follow and if you are an Artist, ask yourself; who is supporting your career in the Arts?




A Post from the Gallery!

We are really just beginning, but it is amazing to be empowering Canadian Artists to earn a living doing what they love. Founded for the Love of Art, Danica Reyes a.k.a Coach Danica is proud to have directly impacted the Art World on Vancouver Island, inspiring Artists and Local Art Organizations. She is on a mission […]

via 16 Original Works Sold in 2017 — LAG

Life Lesson

Learning that you are not able to work with everyone is key to succeeding. You must always maintain professional conduct and give respect but choosing not to work with someone who makes you feel uneasy, uncomfortable or shows a lack of respect for your expertise is a wise decision.

As a Coach it is hard not to want to help everyone, but knowing that it is only those who are ready to help themselves you can help is a crucial lesson for a Coach.

Remember to respect all and most importantly don’t allow your ego to prevent you from learning, be a life learner!

Love your Coach,

Danica xo