In a way, what happened to Toronto painter Rob Croxford a year ago was a gift. Last May, he lost everything in a fire at Walnut Studios, a huge, warehouse-style quarters for artists where he created his vintage-inspired acrylics and prints.
Elaine Rakowski’s large-scale landscape paintings and corresponding studies were inspired by the wind-swept beauty and visual splendour of the Torres del Paine in Patagonia, Chile.
Montreal artist Catherine Bolduc is on exhibition at Galerie d’Este through May 5. She is a multi-faceted artist who sculpts, draws, paints and also creates memorable public art.
Shaun Downey’s works have elements of decades past, but are firmly grounded in present day. He often paints his wife and friends and – as Galerie de Bellefeuille puts it – “we are allowed a voyeuristic glance into his world as he reveals his efforts to capture the […]
Lonsdale Gallery is presenting a solo exhibition of new work by Montreal artist Patrice Charbonneau, known for his rich tactile semi-abstract paintings that explore personal narratives, everyday lived spaces, and built environments. ‘In Medias Res’ is Latin for ‘into the middle of things`.
Kirsty Templeton Davidge is a figurative painter rooted in the practice of noticing details – hands, clothing, body language. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts with Distinction from the University of Alberta in 2015 and was awarded numerous scholarships as well as nominations for both painting and […]