Toronto-based Nicole Little considers herself a marker artist, whose Moleskines show her unique style. She says she uses “a ton of different types and mix them pretty freely with india ink, pencil, pencil crayon, and oils, and what I end up with, simply because the medium is so […]
Toronto artist Michael Adamson pulls from Baile Funk, the politicized dance music popular in disadvantaged areas, including the favelas of Rio De Janeiro. That’s where the music became mainstream in the 1980s.
Toronto-based illustrator Alexei Vella’s bright, enticing work has a signature style that features a complex color palette, eclectic graphics and antiquated surfaces.
Caroline Larsen continues to advance the technique of making her oil paintings look like tapestries. In a previous post (March, 2013 here), she focused on fire. Now, her woven paint subject is a Desert Garden (above). Below: Garden Mound.
This series by Gene Mastrangeli was inspired by an anti-graffiti by-law put into effect in Toronto. He’s on exhibition at convenience, a window gallery for experimental urban and civic art.
Shea Chang’s Bag Heads exhibition at Huntclub studio in Toronto is an investigation into how people present themselves versus who they really are. Her work is an ongoing art project involving public performance and mixed media works on paper.