Lisa Hemeon is a Toronto-based artist known for her abstracted waterscapes featuring glorious movement & gestural waves of colour. A theme of ‘undulation’ runs through each painting, as she works to represent the ebb & flow of our subconscious energy. The rich layering of mediums enhancing textural and atmospheric qualities exemplify Hemeon’s work.
My raindrop series began on a rainy spring day, while I was jumping in puddles with my kids. I became mesmerized by the patterns the raindrops made... I stood there watching, for who knows how long, in the pouring rain, then rushed to the studio to try to figure it all out. Since then, raindrops have become more and more interesting to me, a little of an obsession... it can be said of anything, the closer you look, the more there is to discover.”
Joya Paul and Ann Shier are encaustic artists who have complimentary but different approaches to the medium of encaustic. They have been studio partners since 2008 exhibiting together in various shows in Toronto. They work out of Second Door Studio in the Distillery District where they impart their passion and knowledge of encaustic art through workshops.
Blue Crow Gallery Grand Opening February 11 7-10pm
Rachelle Kearns “Gracelands” exhibition - January 3-30 2017