The Matthew Namour Gallery are proud to present a new solo exhibition by Ravi Zupa entitled “Violence On Our Behalf”. The show opens Thursday, November 10th, with a vernissage starting at 6pm and will continue until December 11th. If you’re in Montreal be sure to head over and check it out!
Our friends Jarus and Jsnp got busy on a massive wall in the Liberty Village area of Toronto this past summer. Spanning a few stories high and featuring one of Jarus’ brilliant figures and Jsnp’s geometrical background elements, the talented Peter Guzda documented the whole thing for your viewing pleasure. Peep the video below.
Andy Kittmer is a Self Taught Artist that hails from a small town in south-western Ontario just outside of London and Stratford. He’s been drawing for as long as he can remember and did his first art show at a young age which sparked his interest in becoming an artist.
He has always been inspired by comics such as “Spawn” and in growing up got into graffiti and started to get some interest in it from potential buyers, at which time he turned to doing them on canvas! After that he began to dabble with all sorts of different mediums!
He then began an apprenticeship in Automotive Painting, doing airbrushing, pinstriping, signpainting and gilding!
He has now come full circle back to where it started and is doing a mixture of all the things learned along the way. His artwork fuses Illustration, with the colors of the graffiti and automotive world.
We are back yet again with a new edition of our digital publication. The 22nd instalment of Bizarre Beyond Belief Magazine includes image features with Woolly Goat and Love Letter Projects alongside interviews with Andre Kan, Dean Reynolds, Edit TVC, Imon, Sege One and Nemco. Read HERE for free or click the image!
Mark Liam Smith developed an interest in art at an early age and spent much of his childhood drawing obsessively. After completing three bachelor degrees—Fine Arts (Painting), Science (Physiology), and Arts (Linguistics)—at the University of Saskatchewan, he moved to Paris to continue studying art in some of the world’s greatest museums. After some time, he returned to Canada to pursue a Ph.D. in Linguistics at McGill University. Shortly thereafter, he moved to Ottawa, where he worked on behalf of the Canadian Department of Defence for several years before returning to his first love: painting.