Here are a few more of our top picks from the show. Let’s start with Elizabeth Lennie. Her delightful oils trigger memories of idyllic summer days by the water.
Jerre Davidson interprets natural landscapes entirely in glass. The detail she is able to achieve is impressive as she builds layer upon layer of glass to create these beautiful images.
Have a look at this sculptural nest by Eric Tardif. Somehow he is able to coax the wood into shapes that convey the movement of the birds that inspire his pieces.
The shimmer of metal shows through Beverly Owens’ photographic images that hint at the past.
Yael Erlichman explores the human form with delightful bronze sculptures that are full of humour and expression.
Joyce Fournier’s portraits in mixed media are perfect to add a touch of feminine style to a space.
The soft light in Ronald Tsang’s photographic series Land And Air gives these landscapes a magical quality.
Julia Mori’s images have a vintage feel. Have a look at this series of miniatures, very “Don Draper”.
These mixed media images by Suzanne Ernst combine photography with painting to create bold and colourful pieces.
Tanya Kirouac is a self-taught encaustic artist who’s delightful pieces have a multi-dimensional feel.
The Artist Project runs until Sunday – check it out to get a taste of the Canadian art scene.
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