Toronto mixed-media artist David Fredrik Moussallem is inspired by vintage signage, graffiti, abandoned scrap yards and erosion in collaged paintings that reflect the imperfect surroundings of urban life.
Barbara Astman explores new approaches in It’s All About Style, through Feb. 28 at Corkin Gallery, Toronto.
It was no surprise when one of Saatchi Online’s senior curators highlighted mixed media artist Annie Terrazzo’s latest work this week. The portrait artist, who works in trash and newspapers, has a hot exhibition schedule and a growing following. I became a fan when she exhibited in Toronto […]
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.