Tag: Angell Gallery

Steve Driscoll’s Urethane Innovations

Toronto-based contemporary artist Steve Driscoll has been free-pouring urethane for a decade, allowing the industrial material to mingle with paint for creations that flow and pool. Driscoll’s approach converts the standard Canadian landscape into a whole new expressionistic look.

Rafael Ochoa’s Digital Marionettes

Rafael Ochoa’s expertise is illusion. In form and texture, these marionettes appear created but are in fact digitally produced. Ochoa is one of nine artists featured at Angell Gallery who are at the forefront of contemporary digital art. The exhibition, called Simulators, is part of the Toronto gallery’s ongoing […]

Adrian Williams: ‘Unrolled Telescopes’

Hamilton native Adrian Williams, an original member of Winnipeg’s Royal Art Lodge, usually draws on paper or wood and uses collage, paint, varnish and other miscellaneous material. Like many of the Lodge’s members, Williams normally incorporates a variety of media into his work, including found objects and consumer […]