Rachel Foullon’s Wall: Rescued from a Barn

Rachel Foullon’s solo exhibition at ltd los angeles is a mind-boggling combination of 35 layered and entangled clusters of found materials and fabrics, including old ropes, frayed electrical cords, cracked garden hoses and other out-of-use items gutted from an old cow barn in upstate New York. –Cluster X, […]

Hawksley: Excavated Stories

Muskoka-based artist Beverley Hawksley’s imaginative mixed media works have a strong narrative quality that encourages remembrances. But they also tell their own stories. (Above: Gathering at the Water, Below: Pinkie Swear) Have a look at her website, here. Hawksley says stories are important to her, “the ones we […]

Oliver Pauk: Heat Loss

Toronto photographer Oliver Pauk is on a mission to help us understand how much heat is lost from buildings, and how much better it would be to recover and reuse this wasted energy. I have chosen to photograph heating, ventilation and air conditioning units and to use the […]

The Exuberant J. C. Heywood

J. C. Heywood’s 50 years of experience with color and texture are evident in the artworks of In Living Colour, open this weekend at Cambridge Galleries.  (Remembering Madurai, 2011, acrylic and giclée on canvas, 48×60” ) -New Hi-Power, 2010, acrylic and giclée on canvas, 48″ x 60 Creating images […]

Underground Obsession

Photographer Laurie Victor Kay is “slightly obsessed” with the dark public spaces of subways, especially the Parisian métro stations full of contrasts. “They are at once beautifully designed with specific color palettes, but at the same time dark and make me slightly uneasy,” the Omaha-based photo artist says.  […]