I’ve posted about this much admired Muskoka painter before (see that post here) but recently discovered Beverley Hawksley’s video on being an artist. It’s well worth watching
At first glance, Erik Nieminen’s works appear photographic, but the Montreal-trained artist is a contemporary realist
Andy Dixon roughs up his refined subjects using renegade colours and coarsely applied acrylics, crayon and oil. The works of the Vancouver-based artist, graphic designer and musician defy convention.
(Note: Greg Curnoe is also featured in the 150 Artists for Canada 150 series, here) This is an artist you should know about. I know Greg Curnoe’s works because I grew up in London, Ontario, where Curnoe was based, even after his art moved into the mainline. I […]
While we’re all still on about the weather, these works by Toronto-based Dave Rheaume are an archival take on winter – whether on Portage Avenue in Winnipeg (above) or in a Blizzard on Bay (below).