The Peter Robinson Gallery is hosting Anthologies, Robin Smith-Peck’s latest works, through April 6, in Edmonton.
For photographer Joseph Hartman, the idea of creating artist portraits by capturing the deeply personal spaces of their studios really began in childhood. He has fond memories of being in the studio of his father, painter and printmaker John Hartman, and reveling in the experience. (Above: Studio of […]
American painter Georgia O’Keeffe, one of the most significant artists of the 20th century, is known for her boldly innovative art, some of which was inspired in Canada during a break from her husband.
These works assembled from individually carved pieces of stone are the edgy, non-traditional works of Jamasee Padluq Pitseolak. He was born in 1968 in Nunavut, Cape Dorset on southern Baffin Island, the tiny Nunavut community known since the 1950s as the centre of Inuit art and where generations […]
Transmigrification, sculptures and paintings exploring both human and animal immigration, is on at the Port Moody, B.C., art centre March 28-April 25. Artist Pilar Mehlis has migrated extensively, making it a personal focus of her art.
Canadian painter Ross Penhall is on exhibition through mid-April in California with his stylized landscapes of inspirational places across Canada, the US and Europe, including the California Coast, the Prairies and the Italian countryside. His personal story is fascinating, given he worked as a firefighter for almost three […]