Shira Gold

Shira Gold

Vancouver, BC


Based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Shira has spent most of her life immersed in the fine arts.

Shira left her style and textile career to become a caregiver after her mother was diagnosed with cancer. When her mother passed, Shira became a parent herself and recognized the need to reclaim her visual voice and returned to her camera. The series “Reflect, Transform, Become” documents the transformative, complex experience of being a motherless mother, and earned her an Honorable Mention in the 2016 International Photography Awards.

Shira’s most recent body of work entitled “Good Grief” is an eight-part series of landscape portraits that serve as a visual dissertation of her movements through loss.

Shira’s work has been exhibited in several brick and mortar galleries in Vancouver, Seattle, Rome, and Athens. She is a member of Carfac and the all-female artist collective, Thrive Art Studios.


A few words

I seek to isolate images of stillness and beauty from complicated and painful moments.

My art is alert to the discomfort we all face in our daily lives, but I want to turn pain and angst on its side to discover the beauty that accompanies our struggles.

I hope harness what I see through my lens and give back to non-profits like Habitat for Humanity.

Shira Gold's Art Pieces


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