Monthly Archives: July 2013

Jennilee Marigomen

Jennilee Marigomen (b.1982) is a Vancouver based photographer, whose work explores everyday phenomenon. A winner of several awards, including The Magenta Foundation’s Flash Forward Emerging Photographer Award in 2010, her work has been exhibited locally, nationally and internationally. …her images contain a blatantly beautiful poetic whimsy, as well as the sense that you are privy […]

Call for Submissions

The Canadian Photographic Portfolio Society publishes limited edition photographic portfolios of work by Canadian artists. Formed in 1986, the Society’s aim is to support the development of Canadian photographic art and raise its international profile. We are a non-profit society operated by a volunteer board of arts professionals. Rodney Graham, Ian Wallace, Liz Magor and […]

Fiona Howarth: A Land Profaned

Fiona Howarth has been working both here and abroad to examine and address social and environmental issues on a local and international level. Working in both black & white and color, Fiona’s work revolves around notions of time, memory and loss and uses alternative and traditional processes in the making of her images. She has […]

Scott McFarland at Monte Clark: Street View

Scott McFarland, Main Street Optics, Main Street, Southampton, New York, 2012. 37.75″ x 70.5″ The Monte Clark Gallery in Vancouver is showing Toronto based-artist Scott McFarland’s new body of work from July 17th. Known for his crafting of large panoramic images which are made by digitally blending elements from many different exposures, his latest work […]

Goings on around…Canada

With summer finally here, it feels as though there is no shortage of reasons to stay outside and absorb as much vitamin D as possible. Writing this from BC, our summers can be all too short and disappointing so when it is nice, we tend to stay out as much as we can. However, I […]