Contemporary artist Alex Janvier was influenced by painters Wassily Kandinsky (Russian) and Paul Klee (Swiss) but his ultimate style is a unique Canadian combination of Indigenous and modern art. A retrospective of his career is on exhibit at the National Gallery of Canada.
Hamilton born photographer Margaret Watkins made her name in the 1920s as a commercial wunderkind. She was a leader in making soap, cigarettes and other household objects attractive and desirable. Now, almost 100 of her once forgotten works are on exhibit in a retrospective at the National Gallery […]
Purgatorio, A Drinkingbout (Series of Drinkers – Smokey The Bar, No. 2), (detail) 1981. Sandra Meigs’ work is at the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art in Ottawa through August, part of an exhibit of holdings from the National Gallery of Canada called This is Paradise. For more than […]