Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Spring Update!

Just a catch-up from last week.
1. Last week I brought Totem and Wanderlust over to Canvas Gallery. If you'd like to see them in person, please pop on over!
Totem / 60"x36", mixed media on cradled wood panel. $2100.

Wanderlust / 24"x36", acrylic on gallery wrapped canvas. $1050.

And I also got word from Canvas Gallery that they sold Secret Garden! One of my favourites. 
Secret Garden / SOLD

And in other social media news, I am now on Instagram. A little late to the party, but if you are on Instagram I am kimrempelart. I am just getting my feet wet but there you will find art posts as well as the odd home craft and other bits of things that inspire me. Thanks everyone and happy weekend!

Friday, March 4, 2016

Toronto Artist Project, finished

One of the best things about the show was meeting new friends. I was lucky to be stationed between two really great, funny artists who inspired me no end. Todd Clark and Nancy Moore. Here they are with pictures of their work.

Then there is the work of these artist that really caught my eye. My pictures don't do them justice, please look them up online to get a better view!
Photographer Patrick Lajoie

 Artist Daniel St-Amant
 Artist Nurit Basin
 Artist Jim Bourke
 Artist Samantha Sandbrook
And last but not least, Artist Richard Ahnert. Love his sense of humour.

And that's it till 2017! : )

Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Toronto Artist Project, cont'd.

Today through Thursday I will finish up with my experience at the Toronto Artist Project 2016. Here are the first set of pictures of artists that inspired me.
 Artist: Happy Sleepy aka Marc Ngui Magda Wojtyra. This was a large banner when you walked into the venue,
 Artist: Jeannie Pappas. I am totally in love with these. 
 Artist: Joel Martimbeault. I especially love the painting on the top right.
Artist: Anya Mielniczek. There were two of these flanking the podium. Individual pieces of art incorporating bright colours and candy wrappers. They were gorgeous!
Artist: Claire Desjardins. Last but not least. I love her work!