Canadian artist, Eleonore Esau, loves to paint with mixed media. It gives her a lot of freedom to combine various media to create interesting images and textures.
She is an active member of the Manitoba Society of Artists and the Federation of Canadian Artists. She has had various solo shows in Vancouver, Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Grand Cayman Island and New York. Her work is exhibited in Birchwood Gallery, Winnipeg, and Pure Art Gallery and Kennedy Gallery in Georgetown, Grand Cayman Island.
Main Impressions | Acrylic | $450 | 20×20”
Jazz Nights In Havana | Acrylic/Collage | $1,200 | 22×28”
Health issues, family issues and children’s activities influence my art because of my own family life as a mother and grandmother and my job as a nurse. I am fascinated with the human figure and the health of our environment.
I am mesmerized by colour, pure and vibrant, subtle colours, colour relationships, earth tones and colour psychology. Texture also enthralls me thus my art production is usually mixed media. I’ve enjoyed making paper and imbedding materials into it then using that in my mixed media art.
The following artists influence my art: Emily Carr because of her wonderful visual expression of nature, Mary Cassatt because of her gentle depictions of family life, Kathe Kollwitz because of her determination to show us real life in her time from a woman’s point of view and Daphne Odjig because of her figurative art and vibrant colours showing us her aboriginal, female point of view.
I Could Have Danced All Night | Mixed Media | $990 | 36×30”
Cycles | Mixed Media | 16″X 16″ | $425
Danielle King is most interested in themes on dualities, dreams, mirroring and the female form. Her work stands out as darkly playful, introverted and highly detailed, ignited with copious amounts of coffee.
A background in film and visual arts, Danielle King has been working since 2006 on narrative-driven projects.
Danielle instructs art classes around Manitoba. She specializes in all types of traditional animation (stop motion, cel, flip, silhouette, motion painting, etc.), but also enjoys instructing Painting, Drawing, Multimedia, Mixed Media, Ceramics, hardware/software courses. She shares student animations here. Danielle works with all ages and skill levels.
Danielle has been instrumental on creative, organizational and business aspects of artistic projects in Winnipeg. Over the past 6 years she has played a key role in artistic-driven for-profit and non-profit companies.
As a Producer, her biggest project to date is Clandestine: Anomaly, a mobile AR Sci-fi game. Click here for a list of awards given to it and for top 10 lists that compare Clandestine: Anomaly to Pokémon Go.
You might have also seen her other mobile projects: Cinémental 25, and the Fossil Discovery Adventure. Danielle’s next project dives into the world of Virtual Reality.
Mirrored Mask | Coloured Pencil | $300 | 16×20”
Silent Dance | Digital | $200 | 16×20”
Olga Krahn grew up in the rural community of Kronstahl, Manitoba where her love for the Canadian prairies was nurtured on the family farm. Her interest in art began in childhood and by fourteen had settled in oils as her medium of choice. As a youth she painted landscapes around the area, then progressed to include farm activities.
More recently, she has been inspired by family and friends around and has captured portraits on canvas. Golden wheat fields, round bales, and immense prairie skies are also favourite subjects. Krahn has developed a style invoking
the viewer, for a deeper longing to make our world a better place to live. She is also skilled at capturing the light of the prairie landscape and transposing to the canvas the intense colors of summer and autumn, as well as the more subtle shadings of our western winters.
During high school, Krahn completed a correspondence course from Minneapolis, and in 1975 basic drawing skills by Michael Young, giving her a new awareness of light, which greatly influenced her painting style. Krahn became a graphic artist at Friesen printers, during the time also attending Red River Community College in the graphic arts program.
In 1978 she became a full time graphic artist. Krahn has created many large billboards and designed many commercial books, brochures and calendars. Her work is displayed in Altona Art Gallery, Pembina Hills Art Gallery, and Winkler Art Gallery. She also is participant of Pembina Valley Studio Tour, Southern Manitoba since 2012.
Abundance | $150
Blueberry Picking | $350
Annemarie Layman is a local Winnipeg artist who has showcased her work with MSA , the Mennonite Heritage Gallery, cre8ery and Winnipeg Sketch Club. She loves the vibrancy of luminous colours that are released when working with inks on yupo paper. The abstract forms that are created connect to images from childhood and render her love of nature.
Indigo Blue | Ink on Yupo | $250 | 18×20”
“Life, like a reflection, is fragile. Our experiences change depending on our point of view, our attitude, how we see the world. Hard edges become organic, straight lines curve, reality becomes imagination. Life is softer, more gentle.
These abstract paintings, based on photographs of reflective surfaces I have taken, are deliberately non-specific. This allows them to be interpreted in many different ways, possibly landscapes, figures, animals or birds. But I deliberately leave it up to the viewer to experience them. For me, they are internal reflections on life. And it is different for each viewer.”
Pat is Publicity Chair of the Manitoba Society of Artists and Membership/Volunteer Liaison Co-Chair of the Associates of the Winnipeg Art Gallery. She is on the executive of both organizations. She is a member of the Group of 8 Artist Salon and has exhibited her work throughout Manitoba, both in solo shows and group shows. She lives in Winnipeg.
Web site: http://www.patmcculloughart.com/
Hello World | Oil | $1,000 | 35×27.5”
Window into the Soul | Oil | $800
Atlas | Acrylic | $300 | 18×24”
Evening Enchantment | Collage | $300 | 20×25”