Category: Painting-Canadian

Canadian Painters

Steve Driscoll’s Urethane Innovations

Toronto-based contemporary artist Steve Driscoll has been free-pouring urethane for a decade, allowing the industrial material to mingle with paint for creations that flow and pool. Driscoll’s approach converts the standard Canadian landscape into a whole new expressionistic look.

Suzanne Tevlin: Eruptions

These paintings by artist and educator Suzanne Tevlin are part of a wide body of work that includes series on Darwin, The Weather and Dante’s Divine Comedy.   The University of Toronto lecturer, art historian and writer has an international reputation that has prompted invitations from museums across Europe […]

From rock music, to medicine to light-filled art

Terry Watkinson’s light-filled art extends a journey that began in the North, traversed architecture, barreled through the world of rock music and encompassed a university career in medical illustration. (Above: Stars & Bars) He’s equally at home connecting with inspiring landscapes, drawing body organs, and painting cityscapes. –Cityscape […]

Tom Thomson & the Group of Seven in London

Two of Canada’s most iconic paintings are centerpieces in a major exhibit at London’s Dulwich Picture Gallery¬† aimed at introducing the revered Group of Seven to England.¬† The show is deemed so significant it has prompted British media, including The Daily Telegraph,¬† to send writers to Canada for […]