It’s time for another look at Caroline Larsen’s woven oil paintings, a genre she basically owns. The Canadian born artist continues to advance the technique of making her oil works look like tapestries.
Lauren Crazybull, a 24-year-old Blackfoot and Dene artist, has become the Province of Alberta’s inaugural Artist-in-Residence, the first such position in Canada. Her personal artist mission is to accurately portray First Nations people, against their colonial stereotypes, as she does in her compelling portraits.
Toronto painter Suzanne Tevlin is an artist and educator it’s been a pleasure to feature in the past so I’m happy to share her latest work. This is her series “Adventures of Pythia, the courageous Canadian girl who tries to save the world.”
Alberta-based Scott Cumberland’s signature motif is ribbons, the decorative pattern he uses to sculpt the surface of his abstracts.
Named one of Canada’s Top 100 Living Explorers by Canadian Geographic Magazine, Cory Trépanier carries on the tradition of painting first made famous by Canada’s Group of Seven, but with the environmental concern of a contemporary artist. Trépanier’s Into the Arctic travelling exhibit showcases more than 50 oil […]
Vancouver multi-disciplinary artist Fiona Ackerman adds a modern element as she explores her interest in botanical painting, a pursuit that had its heyday during the 18th Century Age of Imperialism.