We've been following (and falling for) Kelly's work for awhile now. Today we couldn't be more thrilled to introduce you to her, by way of six new photographic editions. (Continue reading...)
Layers and layers and layers. Rebecca Volynsky's beautiful mixed media pieces suggest secrets both kept and revealed. (Continue reading...)
We're thrilled to expand our offering of Troy Moth's stunning landscape and animal photography with two new pieces from his Montana Horse series. (Continue reading...)
"We tend to paint places with broad strokes. Maybe we should attempt to see the bristles that get lost in the stroke.” (Continue reading...)
Jessica Brilli's vintage-inspired still life paintings have been favorites on our site for some time now. Today we release three new works (Continue reading...)
We feel lucky to share a city with artist Aimée Van Drimmelen, and couldn’t be happier to introduce you to her latest series. (Continue reading...)
Portland-based painter Shawn Demarest makes her Mammoth debut with three prints from 'Gems', her recent abstract series. (Continue reading...)
We're proud to welcome fellow Victoria-resident Christopher Savage to the collection, with three ephemeral still life compositions. (Continue reading...)
Introducing four new prints by Hagar Vardimon, who continues to explore new themes through her work with thread and found imagery. (Continue reading...)
Lin is a photographer currently based in Shenzhen, China, documenting the rapidly changing landscape of China's coastal communities. (Continue reading...)
Smith's paintings indulge our escapist daydreams, court nostalgia, and kindle plans for a cross-continental road trip. (Continue reading...)
At first glance Laura Berger's work wraps you in a warm embrace of color and pattern. It is ripe with childlike wonder and a sense of exploration. (Continue reading...)
Emma Palm lives and works between the Central-Alberta prairies, and Vancouver Island's craggy coastline. A strong sense of community, want to 'get her hands dirty', and affinity for well-worn denim are souvenirs of a rural childhood. As an artist she is interested in acts of remembrance, storytelling, and archival processes.
Seth Smith's paintings reflect his need to escape into a world of eerie motels, 1000 ft ships, wind lapped leaves, sunburned exteriors, biscuits and gravy, window unit buzz, free HBO, poorly lit diners, cool shade over pools, the absurdity of the jet set, and the open roads they all live on.