i. We last spoke to you in 2017. How has your creative working life changed since then? Things have changed quite a bit since 2017, it is really interesting to look back and reflect on that. I always am trying to evolve and challenge myself creatively, and in the last
“Every painting is a challenge,” says Vancouver artist Pat O’Hara in a Studio Tour short. “There’s chance, and obsession. Those are the three things that my work is all about.” “I’m most interested in colour,” says O’Hara, who cites Gordon Smith as the most influential person in her career. “I
This is the 8th year for Art Toronto and, in its 2020 digital format, they say it will ‘truly be Canada’s art fair.’ Running from October 28th to November 8th, the exhibit will include gallery artists from the Bau-Xi. A sampling … . . Barbara Cole. Josephine, From Appearances .
From the age of 4 or 5, internationally acclaimed artist Dana Claxton knew two things: she wanted to be a filmmaker, and she wanted to live in New York. Check. Claxton – whose family reserve is Wood Mountain Lakota First Nations, located in SW Saskatchewan – has also gone on
“The art that I make and that I see others make confirms the miracle of being alive.” So said the Order of Canada winning artist Joseph Plaskett, who was born 1918 in New Westminster, moved to Paris in 1957, and continued painting until his death at 96, 2014 in Suffolk.
‘Listen to the Earth,’ a Sheri Bakes painting tells us. You’d think we stubborn humans would have gotten the message by now, but … Talented artist Sheri Bakes trains her eye on all manner of natural phenomenon to create luminous rivers, lakes, storms, clouds, forest scenes. All of the work
i. I am: DINA GOLDSTEIN ARTIST. b.1969. East Vancouver. I photograph large scale narrative tableau. In my work I tackle the common (collective) imagination and inherent beliefs. I subvert iconic characters and dogmatic thought patterns set by societies and popular culture in order to promote critical thinking. I was a photojournalist
East to west, north to south, you’ll find artists painting their festival murals in neighbourhoods across the city. In this beautiful sunny weather, it’s fun to walk safely outside and watch these artists plot and paint their walls. The Vancouver Mural Festival app is helpful in showing you how close
For we magazine addicts, the September issue has always been notable, particularly in the world of fashion. Just how thick will it be? What kind of new fashions will be featured inside? And, highlight, who will be on the cover? Vogue Magazine has led the way for September issues. So
Perhaps you’ve been lucky enough to visit Spain’s Guggenheim Bilbao. Perhaps it’s on your hole in the bucket list for a travel-friendly future. In the meantime, there is much to see of the museum online. The Bilbao had an instant, enormous impact when it was officially opened by King Juan