In our summer 2010 magazine cover story, contributor Adele Weder unpacks optical energies and conceptual complexities in the abstract imagery of Vancouver painter Elizabeth McIntosh. McIntosh's view of the canvas as "an indefinite expanse" results in notable, boundary-blurring artworks.
Scott McFarland’s images offer up contradictory manifestations of nature: dark skies over sun-dappled fields, oddly splayed shadows and a few nonchalant human clones. Now, Adele Weder assesses his current Vancouver survey and its epic, photographic fictions.
Roy Arden has gained international recognition for his creation of a particularly trenchant brand of photo imagery.