From the Archives: Republished because this series of works is a long-time favourite. See what you think. Kenneth Baskin’s inspired mechanical objects are artifacts, derived from the advent of the industrial revolution. The works may look like metal, but are almost entirely ceramic. Baskin says our industrial roots […]
Victoria Rose Martin’s work enabled me to see my sister and myself as we were and could have been, and for the first time, to rail against my loss. I thought of summers together, sharing a bedroom, confidences, conflicts, loyalty, hilarity, love. For many years after my little […]
The range of sculptor Richard Taylor apparently is endless. His inventive work covers outdoor public installations, lacy hanging sculptures, playful standing creations and poetic wall hangings.
One of U.K. artist Luke Jerram’s enormous sculpted moons is up for exhibition at Toronto’s Bentway, a 1.75-kilometre public space and outdoor gallery running under the city’s downtown Gardiner Expressway. Museum of the Moon is a group of touring works by Jerram, already presented in dozens of cities […]
Russian-born Mikhail Gubin’s sculptural works are united by the recycled materials he uses. The New York-based artist finds his city a treasure trove of material — furniture parts, construction material, toys, bike parts and wood.
Ceramic sculptor Jason Walker explores how technology influences and molds our perceptions of nature, the latest circuit in his long-standing interest in the natural world.