Jonathan Monk’s Restaurant Drawings brings together more than 120 drawings on restaurant receipts, produced over the last year. Each receipt holds a hand-rendered artwork and is priced at the cost of the meal. “The drawings offer a diaristic glimpse inside the daily life of the artist through the […]
Glass artist Janet Panabaker creates trompe-l’oeil mixed-media sculptural still lifes, like Party Plate, found in her Donut Misunderstand Me series. She’s one of more than 300 artists included in this year’s Toronto Outdoor Art Fair, coming up July 12-14.
Emerging Toronto artist Nurielle Stern has won the 2019 Winifred Shantz Award for Ceramics, reflecting the judging panel’s appreciation for her work with texture and vibrant glazes.
Toronto artist James Lahey describes his flag series Made in Canada as a love letter to family and friends. We’ve all seen that beautiful flag waving exactly as he’s captured it, a great image to celebrate Canada Day this weekend.
Chandler O’Leary has been chronicling her travels in sketch stories since 2013, generating a huge following, as well as prints, stationery and a book (a road trip atlas of the west coast here). If you don’t already know her, here’s an introduction to her wonderful blog, Drawn the […]
To celebrate Pride Month, artist Jason Perreault’s exhibition Bien dans sa peau [Comfortable in Your Own Skin] highlights gender-queer people and embraces their varied characteristics through the tropes of contemporary fashion photography. It’s at Akasha Art Projects in Toronto after a previous run at Ryerson Image Centre.