Category: Photography

Peter Gumpesberger: A Mood of Stillness

Peter Gumpesberger’s travels have yielded a series of arresting images set to go on exhibit and sale May 3 in Toronto. (Above: “There’s No Place Like Home” – Wai-iti, New Zealand). His images are often reflective and solitary and create a mood of serenity, stillness, reverence for nature, […]

Harry Enchin: Toronto Transformed

Harry Enchin merges images from the City of Toronto archives with contemporary shots of the same locale for a series of unique timescapes.  At the corner of King and Yonge (above), a Red Rocket streetcar noses past a news stand selling the defunct Toronto Evening Telegram. A mural […]

Alex MacLean: Jarring and Beautiful

Alex MacLean chronicles life from above. From beaches to farms, airfields to subdivisions, the renowned aerial photographer and architect provides a unique – and sometimes jarring – look at the ground we live on.  (Above: Dinghies clustered around dock, Duxbury, Massachusetts) -Maria’s River drainage -From his series on […]

Gabriela Garcia-Luna: Wallpaper as Photo Art

Wallpaper in an old house in a Canadian prairie city provided the images for Gabriela Garcia-Luna’s latest photo art, on exhibit at the Illingworth Kerr Gallery. (Above: On the way to Newfoundland) The peeling paper in a house about to be renovated in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan suggested landscapes […]

Through the Shredder: Scribbled Line People

The Scribbled Line Portraits of illustrator Ayaka Ito and programmer Randy Church began as a class assignment before the stunning digital photography innovation came to public attention at a Toronto FITC workshop. The series showing shredded human bodies integrated 3D and programming for a project with a three-day […]

W. Stephen Cooper: The Play of Light

W. Stephen Cooper’s photography is focused on the subtle play of light moving across the wilderness, showcasing the architecture of the land.  Passage to Great Hall (above) is from a series on Hidden Passages, from the slot canyons of Arizona, captured in traditional fine-grain black and white. Saguaro […]