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 […]
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.
Vancouver artist Drew Burnham’s fluid lines and vivid colors have made him a top choice for Canadian collectors, who regularly buy out his shows. There’s a new exhibition – Silent Stories – opening today (Feb 22) at Bau-Xi Gallery, Toronto.
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″)
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 […]