Works by illustrator and special effects expert Mathew Borrett have a science-fiction sensibility and a touch of the surreal. He is about to open Hinterlands, a new exhibition at Red Head Gallery in Toronto (April 26 – May 20). I am a fan of his climate-change influenced, dystopian […]
Just a quick look at a new-ish work by the inimitable Ray Caesar, the digital surrealist who captures life in such a creative way. This is called Daily Constitutional (24 x 30 – Edition of 20) and reflects the isolation of the pandemic. More on his website, here. […]
These digital works by artist Hugo Valentine are about cultural and imposed restraints on behaviour and speech, the British artist says. The collection is called Ribbon Cage.
These digital works by Prague-based 3D illustrator Filip Hodas are from his ongoing series exploring the dystopian world of pop-culture icons.
Meghan Dauphinee’s stunning work has been featured on Canadian Art Junkie several times (acrylics here and embroidered maps here). But the innovative digital projection process behind her newest embroidery work deserves special attention.
Musician and visual artist Buffy Sainte-Marie (b: 1941) has been appointed a Companion of the Order of Canada, the country’s highest recognition for Canadians who have helped shape society. Best known for her powerful music, she is also a respected digital artist.