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 […]
A graduate from the Ontario College of Art and Design, Michelle Galletta started Kiriki Press after she wanted to make her niece an embroidered doll but couldn’t find a pattern anywhere. She’s a great example of how artists morph their talent into full-time businesses.
Spanish graphic designer Miguel Ángel Camprubí gets it right with these illustrations for a Summer Reading feature. Editorial illustration can be a tough assignment, but this is such a stylish way to freshen up a tired topic.
Since I last posted about the exquisite porcelain works of Zemer Peled (here) she has created the series In Eden, 2018 (above). Her work is formed of thousands of shards of handcrafted porcelain, constructed into sculptures and installations.
Makeup and mixed media artist Lyle Reimer (Lyle XOX) has become a sensation for his self-portraits, created using entirely found and recycled objects. The Canadian artist’s “facial collages” turn him into a living sculpture.
Natasha Bowdoin’s large-scale cut paper and collage works transform a Dallas gallery into a garden overflowing with creeping vines, carnivorous plants and acid colour.