Eunice Luk: A Lot About the Sea

Toronto artist Eunice Luk does ceramics and illustration and is also the founder of Fantasy Camp Books, an independent publisher of artist books and zines.  We took a quick look at her work in a previous post, but it’s worth a closer exploration. (Above: Sea Butler) -From WNDW, […]

The Mother of Psychedelic Art

These images by Marijke Koger-Dunham, revered as the force behind psychedelic art, are from freedom, a retrospective on her career at Sonos Studios in Los Angeles. She created album art and costumes for The Beatles, painted Eric Clapton’s guitar and painted the mural on the Aquarius theater that […]

A Bit of Town & A Bit of Country

Toronto artist Rob Croxford opens Town & Country at Hangman Gallery this week through  Aug 5, showcasing his collage-like mixed media with its vintage poster art look.  Croxford juxtaposes retro-styled imagery with urban and rural landscapes and uses humorous wordplay to tackle environmental and sociopolitical issues. Rob Croxford’s […]

Patrick Lundeen’s Mad Masks

Canadian artist Patrick Lundeen’s first New York City solo exhibition is on now at Mike Weiss Gallery.  Good For You Son  pulls myriad objects—flags, rugs, posters, keyboards, grocery store dailies and magazine pages—into cohesive works resembling  masks. (Above: Three Headed Woman, 2012, Acrylic on linen with hair 93 x […]