In her exciting new collection, emerging artist Kathleen Werner has captured a uniquely organic aesthetic with her one-of-a-kind aerial scapes. Proprietary techniques employed in the production of her large flowing canvases create a fluid look that gives life to the collection.
Each day when I rise I look towards the Eastern horizon awaiting the sun to break through the veil of night with its warming rays. I breath in deeply thankful for another day. My Eastern horizon is dominated by Mount Baker and the Coastal Mountains which provide me endless inspiration.
For decades, an exciting redistribution of power has been underway in the contemporary art world. Artist-run spaces bypass the structure of public and private galleries, allowing artists to curate and network amongst themselves.
With over 100 illustrations in his psychedelic new illustrated interpretation of The King James’ Old Testament, Samuel Robertson has recently finished illustrating book nine: 1 Samuel. Having begun one year ago, Samuel aims to complete the project with over 300 illustrations by Christmas Day, 2017
Being heavily inspired by Artists who create work that pushes the boundaries on a particular esthetic, I see my work as being accessible to a wide audience due to the esthetic choices I make and the themes I am willing to explore.
Following a stormy week the skies started to clear and the sea calmed enough to this sailor to head out of the safe harbour for the next destination. As I painted this 24×30 I thought of the old quote “Sail away from the safe harbour. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover”.
Art. That dirty little 3 letter word. What’s it about. I’m sure its different for everyone. Perhaps I will talk about what it is to me. Living in a pile of paintings. A tangled mess I do sincerely confess. Stumbling over trash and rotting cheese, my brain exuding endless streams of undigested thought debris. No […]
Many people think that when the sun goes down it’s too dark to take a picture, but that is when Light Painters are just getting started! I want to introduce you to a world of photography you might not even know existed!
The holiday season has a lot to do with light. Finding the light, seeking the light, and basking in the light of our friends, our families and the special spirituality of the season. A time for reflection, imagination and for seeing the world for more than the mundane, we often mistake it for.
In my practice, I work with a variety of subjects and mediums, loving the process as much as the product. When I want to be free to express and experiment with brushwork and colour, I often turn to simple food items and paint them from imagination.