Sarah Martin’s work explores the concept of memory, its deceptive nature and the way photographs can act as trigger points for a viewer’s memory. By using vintage photography and painting, she explores the way personal and collective memories can meld together and be manipulated.
James Burke is an artist you should know. From London, England, he’s a co-founder of the creative hub Studio 7, an exhibition space in the heart of Shoreditch, a writer for the Huffington Post and a professional drummer. He’s represented by Galerie LeRoyer in Montreal.
This sculpture, Average Beast, is formed of vintage wood and other material mounted in the style of an African tribal mask with painted elements of outsider and urban art. Martin Gerstenberger began his artist life doing street murals with well known urban posses like Os Gêmeos and Flying […]
Artist Martin Kline paints on actual canvas service hammocks, some dating back to WWII, that he’s collected over the years. He mounts them on panels, then layers them with encaustic, collage and objects, such as fishing sinkers, ropes and nets that also go with leisure life.
Yes, trust your eyes. That’s a tiger, made from flowers, by the ever inventive Montreal artist and designer Raku Inoue. A previous Art Junkie post on Inoue showcased his use of Polymer clay to make 3D designs. This time, he uses flowers to create tigers, owls, beetles and […]
La Wilson’s art draws the eye to the many ordinary, tiny objects we need to function but don’t really pay attention to: buttons, pencils, corks, belt buckles, batteries, car keys and clothespins, to name a few. Wilson assembles her constructions by trial and error, using objects that appeal […]