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.
An acclaimed photographer, graphic designer and architect, Jeffrey Milstein says he finds pleasure in patterns, framing and order as part of his passion for the geometric (discovered during his architectural training).
Library and Archives Canada does a great job of curating interesting flashbacks and gems from the country’s history, some of them just so whimsical, including these images of beaches. Check out the LAC blog, here.
Fascinated by anthropology and archaeology, Alberta-based photographer Owen Murray has spent the last decade documenting cultural heritage projects in Cameroon, Turkmenistan, Oman, and Egypt. He’s on exhibition at Strathcona County Art Gallery through Aug. 25.
Aerial photographer Mitch Rouse shoots large scale, panoramic landscapes like these wetlands. Originally he used a high-tech drone but now prefers to photograph from a fixed-wing aircraft with a camera hole in the fuselage to capture land patterns.
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 […]