Monthly Archives: October 2017

Of Masks and Metamorphosis: Clelia Scala

Another in my ongoing Artist Feature series, I sat down with Clelia Scala to talk about her multi faceted, performative works and the ideas that shape them, and make them come alive. Continue reading

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Thunderbirds in Welland

Norval Morrisseau was an artist whose influence and importance can’t be overestimated. Welland Museum displayed several of his works as part of their Canada 150 programming, and I offer some thoughts on the work and the man, and his legacy. Continue reading

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Cooler Than Cool: worthless and priceless

Kati Mazi and Jenn Judson are two of the more entertaining young artists I’ve been fortunate enough to meet and talk with in Niagara. This exhibition was alternately hilarious and a bit disturbing, in the Dennis Tourbin gallery at NAC. Continue reading

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