Jennifer Elliotson’s Road Trip series evokes the simplicity of life enjoyed by families who travel south in campers to escape the winter. She has been selected for the Untapped Emerging Artists Competition at this year’s Artist Project in Toronto.
It’s possible to view the work of photographer Patrick Lajoie and not notice at first that it’s an image transfer onto birch panel, but upon closer look, the grain of the wood becomes visible and melds beautifully into the background.
This whimsical work is by Chilean-born Antonio Caballero, one of 250 emerging and established artists at The Artist Project, which opens in Toronto tomorrow.
Elaine Chan-Dow earned a degree in urban geography before she returned to her first love, photography. These images from Theatrum, a study of theatre spaces, will be on exhibit at The Artist Project in Toronto.
Toronto-based sculptor Gosia says that what she’s feeling as she creates often gets trapped inside her art. These powerful polymer clay and gypsum works trigger similar emotions in a viewer, she says. (Above: Pearl 12x11x8)
Rachel Vanderzwet’s exuberant brush work and powerful colors enliven the paintings that made her a winner in the emerging talent competition of the 2013 Artist Project, running Feb. 21-24 in Toronto. She’s one of 14 up-and-comers selected as an Untapped Artist for the increasingly popular show.