These haunting photographs by Anthea Baxter-Page are from her exhibition Passages, “referring literally to the physical thresholds and pathways that have been traveled many times over.”
Artist Mitchell Fenton opens a solo show in Toronto this month with high action scenes celebrating downhill skiing. “We’re going back to its origins, to a time of adventurers, risk-takers, tricksters, acrobats and romantics… on minimal equipment,” says the Alison Milne gallery, hosting the exhibition.
Digital photographer Dean West is known for his intricate and highly staged photographs that take everyday occurrences beyond the realm of natural reality.
South African illustration artist Kirsten Sims hits Toronto this month with a Canadian edition of her sold out Cape Town solo exhibition The Middle of Nowhere.
Artist Mitchell Fenton channels today’s handheld video devices for his journey through Canadian landscapes. The technique enables viewers to imagine what adventure would take place if we were able to hit play. (Above: Pause, oil on panel, 12″ x 15″) Historically, landscape painting was the main way the […]