Saskatchewan sculptor Frans Lotz works on a coal-fired forge, turns wood on a lathe and collaborates with graffiti and textile artists to perfect his tiny versions of objects we see all around us. (Above: Rico and Stella, painted steel, 6 1/2 x 5 x 5″, 2021) He goes […]
Victoria Rose Martin’s work enabled me to see my sister and myself as we were and could have been, and for the first time, to rail against my loss. I thought of summers together, sharing a bedroom, confidences, conflicts, loyalty, hilarity, love. For many years after my little […]
The range of sculptor Richard Taylor apparently is endless. His inventive work covers outdoor public installations, lacy hanging sculptures, playful standing creations and poetic wall hangings.
Russian-born Mikhail Gubin’s sculptural works are united by the recycled materials he uses. The New York-based artist finds his city a treasure trove of material — furniture parts, construction material, toys, bike parts and wood.
Sarah Carlson is a painter, video and installation artist who recently completed her MFA at OCAD University. These are from her Gardens and Grottoes series, some of them on exhibition in a group show at Red Head Gallery this weekend.
Ceramic sculptor Jason Walker explores how technology influences and molds our perceptions of nature, the latest circuit in his long-standing interest in the natural world.