These painted leaves on the Bicocacolors blog of Madrid-based Elena Nuez are glorious. Her site is always full of intriguing, one-of-a-kind images, well worth a visit any day.
Kudos to Navillus Gallery in Toronto for assembling a tribute to the Magic Hour, the “time prior to dusk when surreal color has the power to transcend reality. (Above: August Sunset, Myles Macdonald) Mountain Lake, Philip Sybal Along The St. Lawrence, Peter Fischer Fraser Valley, Anne Dalton Cottage […]
Artist Laura Mitrow’s works reference natural structures such as antlers, bone, corals, shells and crustaceans. Her abstract constructions bridge the organic and inorganic worlds and merge life with art. (Above: From an exhibition at Art Mûr gallery in Montreal) Abstracted Crustacean Study 2, Bronze, Patina Organic Structure 5, […]
On the water, I prefer a kayak. But canoes are such a part of Canadian life that I am endlessly drawn to the often mystical imagery of paddling, especially in art. So many iconic Canadian moments are tied to canoeing, including the wilderness trips of Group of Seven […]