Artist Julian Opie uses auto paint on layered aluminium to create snapshots of life in the city. His Walking in New York 1, 2, 3 & 4 (all 2019) are group portraits, each featuring five individuals, based on photographs of specific scenes in city neighbourhoods.
Biology, tattooing and street art influence the mixed media work of Quebec City artist Jérôme Rochette. He paints mainly on canvas using acrylic, spray paint, gesso, charcoal and markers.
The Peter Robinson Gallery is hosting Anthologies, Robin Smith-Peck’s latest works, through April 6, in Edmonton.
Transmigrification, sculptures and paintings exploring both human and animal immigration, is on at the Port Moody, B.C., art centre March 28-April 25. Artist Pilar Mehlis has migrated extensively, making it a personal focus of her art.
David Altmejd (B: 1974) is a Montreal born sculptor who frequently represents Canada abroad and whose intricate works call to mind miniature stage sets, museum dioramas and architectural models.
This is the time of year to celebrate the student exhibitions curated as young artists end their schooling and formally enter their work lives. This creative sculpture by Courtney Thompson is just one of a dozen end-of-year sculpture and installation thesis exhibitions coordinated at Toronto galleries by OCADU.