When the Los Angeles gallery hosting David Hockney’s latest exhibition posted this shot of the artist and music legend Joni Mitchell, the internet went crazy. Why? The New York Times found 13 Reasons the image caused such a sensation.
La Wilson’s art draws the eye to the many ordinary, tiny objects we need to function but don’t really pay attention to: buttons, pencils, corks, belt buckles, batteries, car keys and clothespins, to name a few. Wilson assembles her constructions by trial and error, using objects that appeal […]
Toronto artist Nep Sidhu explores the resilience of Sikh communities through large-scale textiles and metalwork, including this 220-inch-by-108-inch tapestry which references the attack on the Sikh holy site the Golden Temple in Amritsar, Punjab.
From the jungles of Borneo to the Niagara Escarpment, this award-winning Canadian artist continues to explore the topography of the natural environment in new oil paintings. Duane Nickerson: Tree , his solo exhibition, is on at Abbozzo Gallery in Toronto through March 2.
Images of wildfires in western Canada prompted artist Phyllis Gordon to begin researching fires and creating artwork of burning forests, working on wood supports and making woodcut prints to depict the beauty and danger of fire. Then she was inspired to take a journey.
A little card for Valentine’s Day, one of several hand-made pop-ups created in the U.K.