Emerging artist Mel Gausden gives landscape painting a contemporary freshness with bold highlights and markers of Canadiana. The Toronto artist says the neon silhouettes and brightly hued accents in her works “take reference from pre-set Instagram camera filters, fashion and consumer trends.”
Jenn Thornhill Verma is a writer, artist and Newfoundlander descended from fishers, with a book about the disintegration of the Canadian cod fishery coming out this fall. She painted the cover illustration for Cod Collapse: The Rise and Fall of Newfoundland’s Saltwater Cowboys.
Alberta-based Steve Coffey represents the full scale of a multidisciplinary artist. He’s been an integral part of the Canadian art and music scene for many years. He has curated travelling exhibitions, created large-scale public sculptures, taught college, and conducted workshops and art residencies. He’s on exhibition at Fortune […]
Renowned photographer Arnaud Maggs (b: 1926 Montreal) was at the top of his career when he died in 2012 at the age of 86. The National Gallery of Canada had just opened a major retrospective covering four decades of his work. And a few days before that exhibition […]
The scenes in Cath Hughes’ Things We Found at the Lake series appear to be traditional summer settings. Until you look more closely. Along with swimmers and bathers, her paintings contain hybrid characters, and figures from British folklore and European mythology.
Toronto painter Suzanne Tevlin is an artist and educator it’s been a pleasure to feature in the past so I’m happy to share her latest work. This is her series “Adventures of Pythia, the courageous Canadian girl who tries to save the world.”