There is an uneasy acceptance in calling Wadden a weaver, compounded by the fact the works are often referred to as paintings, but it’s that very disconnect that is so compelling.
MONTECRISTO visits Michael Nicoll Yahgulanaas at his home studio to discuss his artistic approach and his latest piece, Sei.
Pete Clarkson combs the Tofino shorelines for debris and turns the items into art.
The space provides the chance to see art that normally would not grace a gallery wall.
He is a model of prolificity, and of consistently creative ways to explore his found themes.
Shedding its rough reputation, Glasgow has become a mecca for artists with its affordable art studios, low cost of living, variety of galleries, and top facilities.
The art gallery’s late night art and live performance party, which recently celebrated 10 years, is about the amalgamation of old art and new, the smashing together of yesterday and tomorrow.
The photographer never thought these photos would see the light of day, let alone a gallery wall.
“How Do I Fit This Ghost in My Mouth?” is a carnival of our personal and collective memories, morphing and rearranging what we recognize into something difficult to decipher.