My emulsion transfer of the old claw-foot bathtub “Floating Reverie” appears in an ad in the Spring edition of Canadian Art Magazine. Woo hoo!
How’s this for exposure? Nigel Dickson, a photographer, friend and the featured artist here in the gallery last May has had one of the photos he showed here used on a billboard in downtown Toronto. “Checked Horse” will be one … Continue reading
With more practice doing emulsion transfers, I am getting better at controlling how and where the movement occurs in the image. In this image of an old house beside the highway near Dundalk, I wanted to use movement in the … Continue reading
I have been experimenting with emulsion transfers for over a year now and finally have a large enough selection of finished pieces to put on a decent show. Soooo… this month (Oct 24 – Nov 25) I am the feature … Continue reading
The current show “Shadowplay” in The Crimson Feather Gallery features paintings by Leonard Jubenville.
Here is a video peek at the show:
I just finished hanging the most recent show in the gallery. REUNION is a group show featuring some of our guest artists from this past year. Work by Adam Colangelo, Alice Vander Vennen, Carmela Casuccio and Laura Kingsbury is featured. … Continue reading
Nevermore! I had a difficult time trying to photograph this entrant in the Made Of Wood Show. It is a Raven that is stalled in flight, tumbling in the air with it’s wings askew at improbable angles. It is held … Continue reading
Birds. I read somewhere that they are the closest living relatives to the dinosaur. Their eyes are cold and calculating. Their legs and feet have the texture of scaly leather. Instead of lips, they have armor plate. They are the birds and … Continue reading
I am pleased to announce that Crimson Feather is is now a partner with The Gift Network. The Gift Network is an online gift registry that has partnered with over 100 select stores in the Toronto region. You can shop … Continue reading