The Art of Image Transfers

Lajoie-Thunderbolt

It’s possible to view the work of photographer Patrick Lajoie and not notice at first that it’s an image transfer onto birch panel, but upon closer look, the grain of the wood becomes visible and melds beautifully into the background. His booth at this year’s One of a Kind Show in Toronto prompted a lot of lingering over his arresting images and compelling colors.  He’ll also be at the Artist Project in Toronto in February (Above: ‘Thunderbolt’ 40″ x 60″ x 1.5″ Photographic image transfer art on birch artist panel)

Lavoie-Grinders‘Grinders’ 40″ x 40″ x 1.5″ Photographic image transfer on birch artist panel

Lajoie-SurfCitySurf City, via Patrick Lajoie Facebook

Lajoie-collageFrom his Etsy site. Lajoie also makes fine furniture, an example below.

Lajoie-Furniture

Lajoie-boothMultidisciplinary artist Patrick Lajoie is based in Caledon, Ontario and studied at the Ontario College of Art. An accomplished woodworker, he divides his time between fine art photography and studio furniture making.

Patrick Lajoie’s website, here.

His Etsy, here.  His Twitter, here.

 

 

 

 

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