Category: Painting-Canadian

Canadian Painters

Moose by Moonlight

Artist and educator Suzanne Tevlin’s moose works are a mixed media delight. Moose by Moonlight is a diptych in pastel, ink & acrylic wash on a vintage map of First Nations and early European settlements in North America. It’s 48″ X 62″ on Fabriano paper.

Road Trip

Jennifer Elliotson’s Road Trip series evokes the simplicity of life enjoyed by families who travel south in campers to escape the winter. She has been selected for the Untapped Emerging Artists Competition at this year’s Artist Project in Toronto.

West Coast Stylized Art

A memorable trip to Vancouver Island prompted this recap of the art of Canada’s west coast, starting with post-impressionist Emily Carr, one of the country’s most revered artists and a member of the Group of Seven. The mystical elements of British Columbia’s topography prompt stylized, highly imagined art,

War & Remembrance

As Remembrance Day (and Veterans Day in the U.S.) approaches I was taken by this post from a long-time colleague about this work by Canadian artist Alex Colville. Craig Macinnis, a Toronto writer and former film critic, says he “can’t think of anyone who has captured war remembrance […]