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Pete Smith

David Urban’s Timely Paintings Impress at Corkin Gallery
Jeremy Hof and Sasha Pierce
Nicole Collins: Glimpses of Renewal

Nicole Collins: Glimpses of Renewal

The term “reconstruction” can be associated with Civil War history, plastic surgery and financial crises alike. As Pete Smith reports, the term also gets fresh aesthetic definition in Nicole Collins’ new paintings, currently on view in Toronto.

John Kissick: Painter, Thinker, Scribe

John Kissick: Painter, Thinker, Scribe

He paints. He writes. He teaches. He administers. John Kissick is the busiest person critic Pete Smith has ever met. Now, Smith takes a closer look at Kissick (his past professor and “Guelph Mafia” don) in a feature from the Winter issue of Canadian Art.

Kissick, Craven & Broadworth: Small is Beautiful

Kissick, Craven & Broadworth: Small is Beautiful

Three large-scale painters—John Kissick, David Craven and Jordan Broadworth—shrink their format for a new group exhibition. Along the way they show that good paintings can most certainly come in small packages.

Martin Golland

Martin Golland

For magicians and illusionists, mentalism refers to a type of trick that relies on the power of suggestion.

Monica Tap

Monica Tap

The desire to make paintings that reflect the ephemeral character of moving pictures is a time-honoured aspiration.