Jean Labourdette – Light Through Darkness – Artist Interview

The appearance of Jean Labourdette’s art studio is the quintessence of what most people will bring to mind if asked to imagine a fine artist’s work space. A collector of mysterious antiques and object d’art from times gone by, Jean … Read More

Michael Page – Everything Can Be Destroyed – Artist Profile

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Michael Page’s work offers the viewer an optic alternative to the visual reality of life, as we know it. The artist’s characters and organisms inhabit otherworldly realms that are vaguely familiar in their resemblance to our shared reality, but are … Read More

Matthew Quick – Moments of Clarity – Guest Blog

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‘Moments of Clarity’ by Matthew Quick It was a moment of clarity, watching the US soldiers in Baghdad pulling down that statue. You know the one. The whole world was watching. Which for the participants was rather the point. Except … Read More

Deth P. Sun – Keeping a Clean House – Artist Interview

The magical swashbuckling adventure world in evidence within the paintings created by Deth P. Sun, is largely brought to life through his passion for history, the natural world and the small circulation self-published works that we know as zines. Having … Read More

Sean Lewis – Creating Awareness – Artist Profile

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An illustrator based out of Toronto, Sean Lewis completed his Bachelor of Design in Illustration at the Ontario College of Art and Design. His undergraduate thesis work on an illustrative exploration of notorious serial criminals and their motives received the … Read More

Bill Mayer – Failing is How We Grow – Artist Interview

Bill Mayer is often referred to as an ‘illustrator’s illustrator’. The originality and humour present in his work are continually borrowed and imitated by other artists. With a natural flare for assembling narratives that utilise both his playful wit and … Read More

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