These works are from “Into the Blue”, Peggy Ann Turner’s latest solo exhibition, a series of landscapes evoking the colour, light, architecture and nature of the Greek Aegean Islands. She works in acrylic paint, pencil, and found papers to create the figurative/abstract collage paintings.
How many ways can an artist examine a heart? Multidisciplinary artist Kim-Lee Kho can show you. In an ongoing series, she explores the human heart “as repository for emotions, as metaphor, as anatomical structure – using it as a gateway to what our hearts mean to us.”
Artist Daniel Rios Rodriguez uses discarded and organic materials gathered on walks in the San Antonio River Valley where he lives. He uses shells, feathers, rope, and other found objects as he collages and assembles his mixed media works.
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.