Philip Delisle explores the process of making art – from the role of the artist to the purpose of the work. The paintings on exhibit in Ottawa this month (Metapainting) are vignettes, or windows into the artist’s experience.
Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun, of Coast Salish heritage, is a Vancouver-based purveyor of politically activist indigenous art.
What a great example of the DIY creativity of this Juno nominated indie band. Hollerado asked friends to a painting party to make 10,000 CD covers (and 2,000 vinyl) for their just released, White Paint. The base image was a stained glass window that lead singer Menno Versteeg’s […]
The Dallas Museum of Art is showing lesser-known paintings, collage, sculpture and ceramics by legendary Rusian-born French artist Marc Chagall in a special exhibition called Beyond Color. (Above: Maquette for the Opera Garnier ceiling, Paris)
Peter Schacht is a Kitchener-based illustrator and visual artist whose elongated figures set his narratives in motion. (Above: Around About Life, acrylic & oil on hand carved wood, 20 1/2 x 12 1/4)
Rachel Vanderzwet’s exuberant brush work and powerful colors enliven the paintings that made her a winner in the emerging talent competition of the 2013 Artist Project, running Feb. 21-24 in Toronto. She’s one of 14 up-and-comers selected as an Untapped Artist for the increasingly popular show.