Cheryl Pagurek’s latest work projects modern news images into delicate, old fashioned teacups and saucers. The cups become a window onto the world, merging past and present, private and public, order and chaos.
Montréal artist Joe Becker’s newest large-format paintings are a disturbing mix of innocence, nostalgia, decay, and mass-market characters and icons from his youth.
At first glance, Erik Nieminen’s works appear photographic, but the Montreal-trained artist is a contemporary realist
Deborah Margo is about to have a prizewinning neighborhood project unveiled in Ottawa, a good time to revisit her fascinating previous installation art. Twice, she’s worked with these sugar-based jawbreaker style balls in exhibits with names as fascinating as her work. The first, Giant Okeydokes 20085, consisted of […]