Ceramist Janet Macpherson is acclaimed for her technically complex use of slip-cast porcelain in the creation of intricate animal forms. The Gardiner Museum commissioned her to do a special solo multimedia exhibition in celebration of Canada’s 150th anniversary this year. It’s called A Canadian Bestiary.
Curated by Milan-based architect, designer and artist Alessandro Guerriero, Workwear re-imagines uniforms through the eyes of 40 artists, designers and architects. The installation is at Toronto Harbourfront Centre through April 23, 2017.
The photo art in Irene Seay’s current exhibition was shot on slide film over a 10-year period but had never been exhibited until her current show, part of the Toronto Contact Photography Festival.
South African illustration artist Kirsten Sims hits Toronto this month with a Canadian edition of her sold out Cape Town solo exhibition The Middle of Nowhere.
Artist Mitchell Fenton channels today’s handheld video devices for his journey through Canadian landscapes. The technique enables viewers to imagine what adventure would take place if we were able to hit play. (Above: Pause, oil on panel, 12″ x 15″) Historically, landscape painting was the main way the […]
Rachel Berman’s paintings have been likened to the poems of Leonard Cohen. The mysterious figures and hidden stories glimpsed in her paintings are a reflection of the mysteries Berman has unraveled in her own life.