The Royal Academy of Arts in London is hosting what it calls a once-in-a-lifetime chance for the British to see a selection of celebrated paintings done in the aftermath of America’s Great Depression.
Harold “Doc” Edgerton has been called The Man Who Made Time Stand Still because of his high speed images of moving objects. His iconic photography is on exhibit at the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia through August, 2017.
Shelley Niro (1954) received a 2017 Governor General’s Award in Visual and Media Arts, reflecting her dedication to producing art that contributes to Indigenous identity in Canada. Niro, a painter, photographer, filmmaker and mixed-media artist, is a member of the Turtle Clan of the Kanien’kehaka (Mohawk) Nation, from the […]
Hundreds of volunteers helped sculptor John Grade create the full plaster cast of a living tree that underpins this installation, called Middle Fork, at the Seattle Art Museum.
Prudence Heward (1896–1947) was a portrait artist celebrated for her defiant female figures and expressionist colours. At the Theatre (1928) shows women in a public place unaccompanied by men, reflecting the growing independence of women in the 1920s.
It’s impossible to get enough of Gosia Herba’s inspiring work.