Toronto’s Thompson Landry Gallery showcases a collection of striking new work by Dominique Fortin, who creates in a unique, dream-like style full of fantasy and romanticism. She focuses on themes of childhood, and how the fanciful imaginations of lost childhood have become found again in her own children. […]
French artist Pat Dumez is a painter of women, ordinary women, exotic women, dark women, women who reflect her travels and emotions and her understanding of the world. Based in The Netherlands, she says these portraits “are my roots, my actions, my convictions and my daily fears.”
Brooklyn-based artist Lauren Luloff’s first solo show in Canada explores life through large scale paintings created by layering fabric painted in bleach and oil.
Los Angeles-based Relja Penezic’s mixed media works utilize a variety of techniques: collage, assemblage, digital compositing and color correction, photography, oil and watercolor painting, video stills . . . whatever it takes to construct an image.