Tag: Bau-Xi Gallery

24/150: David Burdeny – Long Exposures

Born in Winnipeg, David Burdeny (b: 1968) started to photograph the prairie landscape at age 12, making his own black and white prints in a makeshift darkroom that also served as his bedroom closet. He is an acclaimed photographer whose travel-inspired landscapes are characterized by unusually long exposures that result in detailed […]

#Nederveen In Iceland

Steven Nederveen, one of Bau-Xi gallery’s artists, is doing a fascinating Canada 150 project, in Iceland. And if you’re not following the story, you could start now on Instagram #NederveenInIceland.

Outbox: Inspired by Recycled Trash

Heidi Leverty retrieves and sculpts the discarded remnants of our lives, capturing the unique and extraordinary in the things we throw away. Her art relies on trash – paper, metal, fabric and plastic diverted while in transit to recycling. (Above: Tincarnation 15, 32 x 32″)

Tamara Bond: A Gentler Peacock

I grew up in a small enclave of houses surrounded by undeveloped land, skirted by the property of a farmer who inexplicably kept peacocks.  I do not like peacocks.  They wail like banshees and disrupt the family dogs and in the morning scream to wake the dead. They […]