Jeannie Phan’s “Swim” zine follows one girl’s relationship with the pool, in detailed images flowing through crisp white space. The Toronto illustrator works primarily in acrylic gouache, ink and digital to create the wide variety of works she does for publications world-wide. Great style and design savvy here.
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)
Rudolf Kurz originally trained as a medical doctor in his native Germany, switching later to painting as a student at the Art Students League in New York. A well-known muralist, and an author and illustrator, he is a surrealist painter and master etcher. He’s on show at his […]
Toronto actress and artist Elizabeth Lennie captures the fluidity of summer in these evocative works. She creates primarily with oil on canvas, layering thin washes with thicker impasto, occasionally working on wood panel and incorporating cold wax and graphite.
Brooklyn-based American artist Paul Wackers focuses on the small things that fill our intimate spaces in his first solo exhibition at Toronto’s Narwhal Projects. In the new works (Almost Somewhere), Wackers explores the “current resurgence of the abstract,” the gallery notes.
Photographer Andrew Emond uses only the ambient light of the electrified city for this series called Diversions. Done at night, these gorgeous works carry a luminosity that mimics daylight. It’s part of Emond’s ongoing examination of the effects that flood and erosion control systems have had Toronto’s network […]