From the jungles of Borneo to the Niagara Escarpment, this award-winning Canadian artist continues to explore the topography of the natural environment in new oil paintings. Duane Nickerson: Tree , his solo exhibition, is on at Abbozzo Gallery in Toronto through March 2.
Vincent Giarrano’s realist paintings center on New York City, which he says he finds inspiring. Well known in the comics industry, he also was an illustrator for popular publications before turning to scenes in oil.
Yehouda Chaki presents works that are a believable reality yet entirely of his own making. Chaki’s sought-after oil paintings have been described as “a collision of the outside world with the artist’s innermost visceral perceptions.” The Montreal-based painter combines forceful lines with an emotion-driven sense of colour, as […]
Oregon based artist Dan Attoe interprets landscapes and water in a show of soothing paintings at Peres Projects in Berlin.
Prize-winning Australian artist Michael Peck takes on desolation in childhood in The Landing, one of his series of oil paintings focused on dislocation in the post-modern world.
Mary Henderson sources material from social media and photo-sharing websites in her new series Sunday Paintings, on at Lyons Wier Gallery through March 29. She focuses on the leisure activities of her peers and “fellow gentrifiers,” the well-educated, middle-class, neophyte city dweller – active and happy in privileged […]