The works of Calgary-based Jennifer Weihmann are often mistaken for paintings, with their lush textures and subtle colours. But the emerging artist’s extreme close-ups are photographs, of decomposing leaves, mushrooms, and petals.
Regina artist Gabriela Garcia-Luna explores the ecological fragility of the Saskatchewan River Delta, one of the largest inland deltas in North America, a rich, diverse ecosystem with 10,000 square kilometres of wetlands, marshes, lakes and mud flats.
Matthew Brandt pushes boundaries in his “Lakes and Reservoirs” large-scale photo series. The California artist shoots water landscapes across the American West, accompanied by a five gallon jug. Back in the studio, he empties the water he’s collected into a large tray and bathes the C-print of each […]
Laura Millard creates her symmetrical images while circling aboard a snowmobile on a large frozen lake and simultaneously taking photographs from a drone cruising above.
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.
Tim Jarosz creates these wondrous cityscapes by collaging and digitally modifying the color and texture of his photos. He is a professional photographer and designer based in Chicago.