For some artists, Canada’s landscape is wide-open prairie or tundra. For others, it’s lakes and pine trees, or mountains, or rolling hills, or rocky coves. What does Canada look like to you?
Like Tom Thomson, some painters do the same kinds of scenes over and over. Some never do the same kind of thing twice. tamaracks 1916 Tom Thomson oil on wood panel, 21.3 x 26.7 cm
Nickel Tailings # 33, Sudbury, Ontario 1996 Edward Burtynsky chromogenic print How did the photographer make a bleak place and subject look beautiful?
Wisdom of the Universe 2014 Christi Belcourt acrylic on canvas, 121.92 x 152.4 cm
C. P. R. Station in the Rockies 1901 John Hammond oil on canvas, 151.6 x 244. 4 cm