If you’re in the market for art that doubles as furniture, well-known Toronto artist Thrush Holmes is currently selling vibrant cubes that won’t break the bank. Holmes – a mixed media artist known for his eye-popping and unpredictable paintings –...
Tyler Tilley is the co-founder (along with his two siblings) of Next Level Art Collective and co-owner of Parkdale’s Goodfellas Gallery and has been experimenting with art his entire life. But it wasn’t until his mid 20s that art went from an outlet, to a passion, to a career
Toronto-born artist Scott Boniface and co-founder of Playground Inc, a digital creative agency in Toronto that craft products, experiences and platforms that transform brands such as Canada Goose, will be showcasing his new artwork in his debut solo show AIMLESS from September 5th-11th at the Moniker Gallery
Recently, I stopped in on the opening evening of gallerywest’s TEXTING to meet up with artists of Timeanddesire and get visually stimulated by their text-art exhibit that aims to highlight the psychological, the philosophical and the poetic
California born, Colorado bred and New Yorker since 1992, Joshua Davis is an artist, designer, and technologist. Davis attended the Pratt Institute in the early 90s, gaining a background in fine arts, graphic design and programming, the combination of which lends to his innovative work where he marries creative and analytical concepts to produce stunning patterns that are definitely reflected in his new Toronto exhibition, The Forty Thieves
Tucked away on bustling Church Street is the fairly new Akasha Art Projects, a pleasurable gem that I would have passed if I hadn’t have known about Sean Galbraith’s current solo show. I was delightfully happy to find out that Akasha Art Projects does custom framing and art installation services in addition to hosting photo-based exhibits every four weeks in their bright beautiful white space