When Nova Scotian artist Hannah Hanski decided to move to Toronto at 25 to pursue art professionally, she chose rug hooking for three reasons.
Growing up, the artist collected magazines and vintage stamps, which developed over time to include wide-ranging subjects such as toy soldiers, vintage radios, shaving brushes, and accordions.
Collector-turned-artist Sergio Fiorentino translates the charm of his Noto, Sicily, into gripping paintings and artworks.
In murals and graphic novels that seek out commonalities via cultural collision, Haida artist Michael Nicoll Yahgulanaas challenges conventional readings of history.
A common thread of serendipity weaves through Fiona Ackerman’s life, a mix of funny coincidences and subtle symbols, like the lizard, that would go unexamined for most people—but not Ackerman, who exists in perpetual metamorphosis.
For some, X marks the spot. For Nicolas Denino, the X is a circle, and the colour is blue. “Blue represents a flow of energy that becomes tangible in different shapes and forms,” says the 37-year-old contemporary artist. “This fluidity represents a vibrant and changing energy, a spiritual energy flowing on.”
From his Vancouver studio, Scott Sueme discusses the evolution of his work, the beauty of the imperfect, and staying curious about colour.
The assemblage of murals, paintings, and multimedia works that form this new exhibition, which runs until April 10, 2023, are symbols of protest and solidarity. They’re a means of filling a cultural gap in a country fractured by war, and to which many Afghan artists no longer have access.
Canadian luxury outerwear brand Moose Knuckles has teamed up with Post Malone to design a 10-piece gender neutral capsule collection that celebrates the artist’s creativity and fearless spirit. What has been over a year in the making, is now available to the public.