Toronto artist Liz Pead settled on broken hockey equipment and used jerseys when she went looking for “a truly Canadian material” for her works. The landscape, hockey and the environment play large roles in how she expresses Canadian identity. (Above: Georgian Bay, 30 x 36″)
New York City artist Julie Fei-Fan Balzer does marvelous journal work, as this video clearly shows. The process of journal making becomes a little more understandable watching this time-lapse piece.
Life as a House invents the spaces Toronto artist Lee Richmond dreams of — the houses, the rooms, the colors, the textures — and in this exploration of her mind at play she subtly reveals her unique view of life.
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 […]
Glasgow-based Michael Murray works in digital mixed media – 3D modelling with photography and digital painting – to produce his crisply executed contemporary art. His new media work runs from stylish photo collages and abstracts to complex digital aerial scenes of real or conceptual locations. (Above: Glasgow Tenements)
Andreas Martini, a wildly creative German artist, is schooled in architectural design and freelances in art direction, 3D imagery, animation, illustration, set & prop design and sketching. Have a look at his works on Behance, or his website. I am featuring one of his surreal narratives in mixed […]