Fall is upon us, but summer is not yet to be forgotten! Gerda Marschall has sent us two new paintings to remind us of those hot summer days exploding with the vibrant colour of gardens in full bloom.
Above Image: Happiness is... 30"x60"
Above Image: Together Again 24"x36"
Gerda Marschall was born in Bavaria, Germany, in 1949. Her family came to Canada when she was five, settling near Montreal. Gerda earned her Bachelor of Commerce in Marketing from McGill in 1984 while working full time. She then started her own business buying and selling shipping containers, and added a second business related to transport repairs. Marschall's art background includes exploring various art courses, most notably at the Saidye Bronfman Centre of the Arts, and participating in numerous workshops. She was inspired and influenced by Canadian artists such as Seymour Segal, Marilyn Rubenstein, Sophie Jodoin and the late Philip Iverson. Their emphasis on expression, colour, and movement set the stage for her later works.
Check out this short video we've made a while back, focusing on Gerda and her artwork!
Step into the world of Peter Wyse, an artist who brings to life the magical relationship between nature and the human imagination with every brush stroke. In his latest masterpiece, we witness Wyse's use of vibrant colours and lively wildlife, which showcases his mastery of whimsical artistry. Let's discover the detailed techniques and heartfelt inspirations behind his latest collection, which celebrates the joy of creation and the profound tranquility of the natural world.
Coffey's latest oeuvre is a vibrant continuation of his exploration of Canada's diverse landscapes. Works such as Breeze, Harvest Dance,andCat Tails (Tales), delve into the artist's intimate relationship with the plains and skies, narrating the untold stories of the land. His immersive style captures more than the essence of each scene; it brings to life the unique story embedded in every brushstroke.