Enlife Studio



Alex Stewart has been exploring and testing the boundaries of stencil art since 2011. Growing up on the west coast of Canada, Alex spends most of his time exploring the outdoors, be it climbing or just wandering. This, in tandem with 10 years as an automotive painter, inspired his bold aesthetic. He hopes to share his love for the natural world, and contribute towards sustainability and environmental efforts through his art. Passion for nature is his motivation, and he has taken to the rain-forests to create art that humanizes our environment with bold contrast, vibrant colors and unique surfaces. Merging street, fine and plein air art, Alex loves to create soft, female figures interacting with nature. Alex’s work sparks deep thought, emotion, and conversation about sustainability.


All paints, mediums, and materials used for each project are eco-friendly and 100% biodegradable.


Say it with flowers (Kariton Art Gallery, Abbotsford, BC, August 2018. Group)

Reworked and Reassembled (Kariton Art Gallery, Abbotsford, BC. November 2017.  Co-op)

Boobies & Wieners (Hot Art Wet City, Vancouver, BC, Sept 2017, Group)

Boobies & Wieners (Hot Art Wet City, Vancouver, BC, Oct 2016, Group)

Lions, Tattoos & Bears. Oh My! (The Fall, Vancouver, BC, July 2016, Group)

I Heart You (The Fall, Vancouver, BC, Feb 2016, Group)

Boobies & Wieners (Hot Art Wet City, Vancouver, BC, Oct 2015, Group)

Stratification (University of the Fraser Valley Gallery, Abbotsford, BC. May 2014. Solo)

Uncharted (Trespass Gallery, Clarksville, Tennessee, May 2014. Group Show)

Open (Trespass Gallery, Clarksville, Tennessee, April 2014. Group Show)

2013 Fraser Valley Biennale (Kariton Art Gallery, Abbotsford, BC. July 2013. Group Show)

Hot Pink (Imagemaker Studios, Vancouver, BC. February 2013. Co-op)

24 Artists, 24 Hours (Sheppard's Pie Gallery, Vancouver, BC. July 2012. Group Show)

12 hours (The Fall, Vancouver, BC. June 2011. Group Show)

Old School Vs. New School (The Fall, Vancouver, BC. May 2011. Group Show)

Look, No Hands. (Chilliwack Cultural Centre, Chilliwack, BC. March 2011. Group Show)