Category: Drawing

Yellow Tiger Swallowtail

There are so many layers of meaning to Paul Morstad’s ultra-creative works. His drawings and paintings carry semi-fictional narratives built on natural science, mythology, musicology, rumours, hyperbole and folklore. (Above: Orphan Tsunami, 22 x 30″ Watercolour, 2022) Slate Fine Art has announced Yellow Tiger Swallowtail, a new Morstad […]

Oh Canada – Amy Rice

Amy Rice creates original works using vintage envelopes that were mailed to Canada. Her latest art is on exhibition in Vancouver through March 25. Oh Canada, on exhibition in Vancouver, here (more info on the artist, and see all 30 works) Amy Rice Art on Instagram here. Amy […]

Tony Calzetta: Abstract Funnies

Tony Calzetta’s distinctive language of bold, simplified forms blend color, texture and lines to create works that challenge the imagination.  Toronto’s De Luca Fine Art has a new collection of his large-scale canvasses and drawings on exhibition. “It was Paul Klee who wrote of taking a line for […]