Category: Painting-Canadian

Canadian Painters

In Medias Res

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

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 […]

Drew Burnham: Stylized & Colourful

Drew Burnham has been doing sold out shows for a decade, including this one just ended at Bau-Xi in Vancouver. Well known for his stylized realist portrayals of  Coastal British Columbia, his vivid colours, unique form, and glazed painted lines make his works jump to life. (See a […]

Ross Penhall: Observing the Land

Canadian painter Ross Penhall is on exhibition through mid-April in California with his stylized landscapes of inspirational places across Canada, the US and Europe, including the California Coast, the Prairies and the Italian countryside. His personal story is fascinating, given he worked as a firefighter for almost three […]

40/150: Terry Watkinson’s Mother Earth

Terry Watkinson’s solo show is a salute to the beautiful country north of Lake Superior and west to the prairies, a region under represented in Canadian landscape painting but possessed of a strange fertile beauty. This is also an artist worth knowing, for his eclectic artistic background, as […]

38/150: Mary Pratt – Domesticity

Mary Pratt (1935-2018) earned a place as one of Canada’s most respected and popular still life artists with her hyper-realistic paintings of domestic activities: basting a turkey, preparing fish, cracking eggs. There’s even a memorial  stamp of one of her most famous works, Jelly Shelf – 1999.