January 3rd – February 17th, 2019
OPENING: Thursday, January 3rd, from 6-9pm
The Hole is proud to present the second solo show by Canadian-born painter Caroline Larsen, “Kaleidoscopic”. In thirteen new oil paintings she does a deep-dive into her floral works making a series still-life paintings of elaborate bouquets in equally elaborate vases. Pushing both her icing-thick painting technique forward with new innovations and her floral theme forward with a concentrated study of the still-life genre, Larsen here makes both her wildest and most mature works.
The history of still life painting begun in the Dutch Golden Age takes a seriously weird turn here as both flowers, vase and background are taken over the top in hue and texture. Since a floral arrangement in a vase was allowed to be the sole subject of a painting at the turn of the 17th century, both scientifically showing off the diversity of nature’s bounty and prosaically immortalizing it as a symbol of wealth and power, this genre has endured in many iterations across the movements and centuries. Here in 2019 Larsen uses Art Deco and Rococo Revival-era vases to present impossibly colorful and thick flower arrangements against optically scintillating backgrounds.
The vases in these paintings go back to a Qing-era Chinese enamel vase to Rococo revival styles of porcelain mid 19th century, though the majority of the vases are from Longwy, France during the Art Deco period. The very round boule vases for example are from this faiencerie, whose overglaze enamel decoration became world famous in 1925 during the International Exhibition of Modern Decorative and Industrial Arts where the term “Art Deco” was coined. Similar to cloisonné, these vases lend themselves to Larsen’s stained-glass style of discrete color zones piled high with pigment. Overflowing each vase are beautifully impossible-colored tiger lilies, leopard spotted pansies, parti-colored zinnias, neon edged leaves and purple polka dotted tulips.
In terms of painting technique, here we find Larsen (already a weaver of oil paint) climbing higher to even thicker and more gravity-defying piles of paint. Using bags of oil paint with icing nibs, she squirts and squeezes the paint into confectionary piles, frosting the panel with tubular and Spiro-form extrusions. In this show she experiments with depth by adding both scraped away areas and inches-thick piles of paint; the chunkiest monkey she started in May adding layer after layer over months as it dried. Also debuting here are silly-string spritzes and plumply pipetted linework not seen previously in her oeuvre.
The combination of the fondant formalism and the techno-deco subject matter of each painting is pretty psycho, tbh. I would euphemistically call it “questioning notions of taste” but really they kinda explode the idea of aesthetic taste. For paintings with such a gustatory suggestiveness, they are just about as “tasteful” as a mouthful of oil paint. Oil paint was invented to allow light to shine through it creating the illusion of volume and living flesh; squirting a giant blob of it directly onto the canvas is like the exact wrong way to do it. Using a tool wrong is a great area for artistic exploration and here Larsen is perverting paint’s intended use, perverting the intent of the still life genre and the decorative arts! If the paintings look perversely disobedient this might be why.
Caroline Larsen (b. 1980 Toronto, Canada) received her MFA with honors at Pratt in 2015 and has exhibited widely since, including solo exhibitions in 2018 at Andrew Rafacz in Chicago, Dio Horia in Mykonos, Greece and General Hardware in Toronto. Gordon Gallery in Tel Aviv and Craig Krull in Santa Monica both presented solo exhibitions in 2017 and for our part “Kabloom!” introcued our audience to her work summer of 2016. She currently has work in “The Beyond: Georgia O’Keefe” at the North Caroline Museum of Art, a traveling exhibition curated by and beginning at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville, AK. She has participated in group exhibitions at Guerrero Gallery and Greenpoint Terminal Gallery and has work in the Dean Collection, the Aisthti Foundation, JB Art Collection Miami, TD Canada, the Donovan Collection and numerous other public collections around the world.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Flower Shop - On Canal Off-Site Exhibition with The Hole NYC and Wallplay
The Hole is proud to announce a solo exhibition of paintings by Caroline Larsen in an off-site location. Part of ONCANAL a major art initiative of 20+ storefronts on Canal Street in New York, this exhibition was specially designed to transform an old empty shop at the corner of Wooster and Canal. Transforming the slatboard retail walls into a flower-festooned installation, Caroline exhibits ceramic vases full of flowers and thick oil paintings on the fake flower covered walls. In oil paintings that experiment with icing-thick and even woven paint application, she explores flowers and plants, car crashes and mountain ranges as her subjects.
Dispensing paint through a pastry tube with varying nibs, Larsen is able to line, layer and weave colors together, sometimes blending them within the same extrusion. This technique can produce a variety of effects, from 8-bitish pointillism in the weaves to a sort of jewel-like sculptural relief in the plants. Two new pieces feature electric bouquets jammed into psychedelic backgrounds; an overabundance of color, form, texture.
In fact all her works are extremely dense, the car crashes an impermeable thicket of paint, the floral works an airtight jungle. The succulents and fruits share the waxy impermeable exteriors of their referents in real life, the car fires understandably unapproachable. But perhaps it is their very tactility that makes them so enticing: it is hard to see thick oil paint and not want to eat it, or is that just me? It’s hard to smell thick oil paintings and not be jazzed, this is the material we painters love, and lots of it!
Their craftiness and kitchiness adds a layer of complication; the technique feels so lovingly homespun, so why did the artist spin a scene of fiery destruction for us? Is a car fire to be equated somehow with a floral bouquet? Over-articulated edges and hypersaturated colors make the paintings of flowers hectic, psychedelic. The mountains are so crazy colored they look on fire with sunset, a postcard injected with saccharine, is that beautiful or beautified? As with the exhibition by KATSU of drone flowers next door, the viewer is asked to question their own notions of beauty and fabrication, real flowers and fake.
Flower Frenzy at Andrew Rafacz Gallery in Chicago
ANDREW RAFACZ is pleased to announce Flora Frenzy, a solo exhibition by Caroline Larsen in Gallery One.
Chicago, IL, June 9, 2018– ANDREW RAFACZ continues 2018 with Flora Frenzy, a solo exhibition of new paintings by New York-based artist Caroline Larsen. The exhibition continues through Saturday, July 21, 2018.
With Flora Frenzy, Caroline Larsen presents a series of new paintings featuring densely composed floral fields and still lifes. Larsen’s lush, vibrating works are a product of a unique painterly process. Utilizing a piping bag, the artist squeezes oil paint directly onto the canvas, covering the surface with consistent lines to create patterns that delineate form and dimension. The resultant works are both compositional and representational, born from a practice that uses arrangement as its prime action.
Spending her early life on the southwestern coast of Florida and later in Panama, Larsen’s paintings are ultimately autobiographical. She taps her memories of tropical flora and sun-drenched landscapes to create her vibrant constructions. With this newest body of work, the artist has also introduced the patterning of a women’s handbag encountered on a recent trip to Barcelona. With its bold black and white checkered pattern, it provides a striking contrast to the organic shapes and bright colors of her depictions of the natural world.
Influenced by the pseudo-psychedelic works of artists such as Peter Saul and Erik Parker, Larsen organizes the imagery in her paintings in such a way that allows the viewer to oscillate between moments of vivid form and abstraction depending on their distance from the surface. Referencing ornamental decoration, floral arrangement, and still life, Larsen’s paintings bear resemblance to densely woven textiles. Her works strike a remarkable balance between dense patterns and structured lines, creating a multifaceted experience for the viewer.
Romance on The Islands, Residency Show at Dio Horia, Mikonos, Greece
Dio Horia will present Romance on the Islands, an exhibition of works by Caroline Larsen at the gallery’s Myconian location from April 28th through May 24th. Romance on the Islands is Larsen’s first solo exhibition at Dio Horia after a month long residency in Mykonos, organized by Dio Horia’s residency program. The gallery will host an opening reception on Saturday, April 28th from 20:00-24:00.
Throughout her career Caroline Larsen has developed a painting practice that reconsiders the mediums role in narrative painting. The unique painting technique that she employs plays heavily on the ideas of texture, relief and kaleidoscopic colors, often mimicking the object she is depicting in a pseudo sculptural relief.
For Romance on the Islands Larsen has incorporated motifs that are central in her works, the familiar flora bouquet, with an injection of Greek Mythology. Mulberries from the Death of Pyramos and Thisbe, pink roses from the Rape of Persephone and the notorious hemlock flower, used to execute Socrates all make appearances within the lush foliage. Wild flowers found upon the rocky Myconian landscape are also present within the arrangements. Before departing for Mykonos, Larsen looked to the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Greek and Roman Galleries for inspiration, she was taken with the black and red figure style of Athenian Vases with its deep apparent lacquer finish, this was the springboard for creating a body of work that explores still life painting while on the residency. As a final nod to Greek Mythology Larsen has also painted a Medusa tondo after the famous Caravaggio painting.
In addition to these new paintings, three works from Larsen’s series of paintings depicting mountains and suburban houses will also be exhibited parallel to the residency exhibition. The mark making in the mountain paintings pay tribute to pointillism while referencing the ubiquitous pixel and the lush suburban Californian pools and houses explore the notion of the American Dream.
*KABLOOM!* at the Hole
The Hole NYC
321 Bowery Street
June 11 - July 24, 2016
OPENING: Saturday, June 11th from 5-8PM
The Hole is proud to announce a solo exhibition of paintings by Caroline Larsen. In oil paintings that experiment with icing-thick and even woven paint application, she explores flowers and plants, car crashes and mountain ranges as her subjects.
Dispensing paint through a pastry tube with varying nibs, Larsen is able to line, layer and weave colors together, sometimes blending them within the same extrusion. This technique can produce a variety of effects, from 8-bitish pointillism in the weaves to a sort of jewel-like sculptural relief in the plants, or a tessellated warping mesh grid in the hybrid works. The pieces are composed either in a wonky top-down, left-to-right layeing or a block by block patterning that is more articulated outlines and paint-by-numbers.
Depending on the work the splorts of paint she lays down either sort of follow the shape of what they depict or confuse it. The grasses are hatched with lines in a direction that conforms to their structure, for example, while in a mountain range the overall paint weave collapses dimensionality and flattens the landscape. All works are extremely dense, the car crashes an impermeable thicket of paint, the floral works an airtight jungle. The succulents and fruits share the waxy impermeable exteriors of their referents in real life, the car fires understandably unapproachable, but perhaps it is their very tactility that makes them so enticing. It's hard to see thick oil paint and not want to sink your teeth into it, or is that just me? It's hard to smell dense oil paintings and not be jazzed; here is the material we painters love, and lots of it!
Their craftiness and kitchiness adds a layer of complication; the technique feels so lovingly homespun, so why did the artist spin a scene of fiery destruction for us? Is the appeal of a flaming box truck abstract or sincere? Over-articulated edges and hypersaturated colors make the paintings of flora hectic, psychedelic. The mountains are so crazy colored they look on fire with sunset, a postcard injected with saccharine; is it beautiful or beautified? As with the concurrent exhibition by Adam Parker Smith in Gallery 3, the viewer is asked to question their own notions of beauty and the real and the fake.
Caroline Larsen was born in Canada and studied at the University of Waterloo there, the University of Auckland in New Zealand, and got her MFA with honors at Pratt in 2015. She has exhibited widely in Canada with solo exhibitions at General Hardware, also in Tel Aviv and currently has a solo show of fruits and foliage at Wave Hill Public Gardens in the Bronx. Many people encountered her work in the 2016 Spring Break Art Show while I saw it first in the house of painter Anders Oinonen and Suzy Oliveira in Toronto.
Please join me on December 11, 2014 for the opening of Palm Flora at Mulherin Gallery, 124 Forysth St, New York, New York
I have moved from Toronto to Brooklyn to attend Pratt Institute for my M.F.A!
ART ATTACK Buddies in Bad Times
I am very thankful to be included in this years ARTATTACK!. Auto Fire will be auctioned on Tuesday November 7th, 2013.
The most outrageous auction of the season is back. Buddiesí signature fundraising event offers a remarkable line-up of contemporary art by Canadaís hottest artists, along with an exciting array of design, entertainment and travel packages ñ all in support of Buddies in Bad Times Theatre. This year’s event is hosted by cabaret sensation Shawn Hitchins, and features a collection of visual art curated by Chris Ironside, Derek Sullivan, Lauchie Reid, Meera Margaret Singh, and Winnie Truong and the return of Keith Cole‘s wildly popular Rock Hudson Memorial Tuck Shop.
Art With Heart
I am so happy that Rainbow Mountain has been selected to be part of the 20th annual Art with Heart Auction, a fundraiser for Casey House.
Twenty-five years ago, people living with HIV/AIDS were commonly cut off from their communities of support, from friends and loved ones, because of stigma and ill-informed fear. From the start, Casey House was different.
When the first resident was brought to Casey House in March 1988, our receptionist marched past the ambulance attendants in their protective gear, reached down to the man on the stretcher, and welcomed him with an embrace. “Welcome to Casey House,” she famously said. “I think you’re going to like it here.”
And so began the story of Casey House – a story of love and compassion, of a community bringing hope and healing into the lives of people living with HIV/AIDS.
It’s a story that continues today, thanks to you. Thank you for your love and support. Please bid generously.
I am so happy to be included in the 4th annual Art Spin.
Opening Reception Thursday August 29th, 7pm - 1am
Exhibition runs August 30th - September 1st
Hours are 12-7pm Friday and Saturday, 12-5pm Sunday
Vuk Dragojevic • Martie Giefert • Mary Grisey • John Haney & Carey Jernigan• Markus Heckmann • Layne Hinton • Caroline Larsen• Celia Neubauer • Kal Mansur • Noel Middleton • John Oswald • Geoffrey Pugen • Lois Schklar • Jennifer Rose Sciarrino • Michael Toke • Elinor Whidden • Jinny Yu
Art performances by Rui Amaral (created by Derek Liddington) and by Johannes Zits. Large-scale outdoor projections by Dave Colangelo and Patricio Davila. Live music for the night by Program.
Some of my newer paintings will be included in General Hardware's Summer Show Skipping Stones. The show opens on Thursday July 11.
I am happy to report that I will start working on my MFA in the fall at Pratt!
Colart Collection Purchase
Red Sky has been added to the Colart Collection located in Quebec
*UPCOMING EXHIBITION *
GENERAL HARDWARE GALLERY
OPENING MARCH 20, 2013
1520 QUEEN ST WEST
Up Coming Solo Exhibition
Fire Drive opens at Skew Gallery on September 6th, 2012
Upcoming Group Exhibition
"Day On Fire: Apocalypse in Contemporary Art"
August 20 to September 14, 2012 at the Slocumb Galleries, Foundation Art Video Gallery at the Campus Center and Tipton Gallery
Artists Lecture: September 11, Tuesday, 6 p.m. at the Ball Hall Auditorium,
reception follows at Slocumb Galleries
First Friday reception: September 7, 6 to 8 p.m. at Tipton Gallery
Sponsored by the Department of Art & Design and the Mary B. Martin School of the Arts
The Department of Art & Design at East Tennessee State University IS PLEASED TO PRESENT "DAY ON FIRE: APOCALYPSE IN CONTEMPORARY ART" featuring work that directly or indirectly relates to the subject of apocalypse and takes a wide-angle perspective to the theme such as visions of the end of the world, aftermath, nuclear winter, localized images of collapse, upheaval of thought, and post-apocalyptic depictions. The end of times has been a preoccupation with artists for centuries – this exhibition expressly planned for 2012 frames this theme at the doorstep of the Mayan and Nostradamus "Dooms Day" prophecies.
Juried and curated by the ETSU Department of Art & Design Visiting Artists and Gallery Committee: Mira Gerard (Chair), Andrew Scott Ross, Joshua Greer, Chase Westfall, and Ralph Slatton
Clothing Brand Experiment Limited addition artists Ts
Clothing Brand Experiment!
With only 30 ever made, pick up yours today!
Ontario Arts Emerging Artist Grant
I would like to thank the OAC for there generous support.
The Ontario Arts Council is an agency of the Government of Canada.
Ontario Arts Council Exhibition Assistance Grant
I would like to thank the OAC for there generous support.
The Ontario Arts Council is an agency of the Government of Canada.
P.A.N.A.M.A R.E.N.A Blog Love
ANGELL GALLERY is pleased to present "P.A.N.A.M.A. R.E.N.A.,” the premiere solo exhibition by artist Caroline Larsen. The exhibition will be on display in the Project Room from March 31st to April 28th, 2012. An opening reception will be held on Saturday March 31st from 1:00-4:00pm.
Mixing a pixilated kind of neo-impressionist pointillism with the idea of textile weaving, Caroline Larsen’s paintings are beautifully simple and yet hard to figure out. Her technique with oil paint is so expertly peculiar her viewer can be tempted to spend their time simply trying to figure out how she does it; this however, is a mistake, because her technique, impressive as it is, is fused to her subject matter in an inseparable way. Although her work balances formal interests with subjective ones, she invests fully in her imagery, culling series from her lived experience and most tenacious memories. Her current exhibition at Angell Gallery, P.A.N.A.M.A. R.E.N.A., records a strange and menacing number of massive cargo ships, seen by the artist on her travels, notably in the Panama Canal. Reduced by her painting to pattern, surface and color but sacrificing little in terms of ability to reference the world (with all of its implications of economic and environmental issues), these works are finally, simply of transportation machines hugely beyond our human scale. What they are about is the way those things affect us when we confront them.
Great, dark, somewhat fearful objects, Larsen’s ships negotiate a kind of truce with their ‘container’ paintings; leaving the ships their sense of grandeur, her technique slips a playful, even somewhat anthropomorphic sensitivity into their shapes, and their movement. They slide through their environments, massive yet controlled by the painter, impressive yet cute without ever devolving into kitsch fetishes, always freeing themselves again from the picture plane they have become imprisoned in. Mingling memory and aversion with desire and visual intensity, Larsen’s work provides an invitation to experience something most of us rely on yet never see; the human-made Leviathans of the sea, the giant whales of capitalism’s control of the earth’s oceans.
Caroline Larsen is a visual artist based in Toronto. She received her BFA (2004) from the University of Waterloo, and her Post-Graduate Diploma in Visual Art and Art History Education (2006) from the University of Auckland, New Zealand. Featured in NOW Magazine, the Waterloo Chronicle, Beautiful Decay, Fresh Bread and Artist A Day, she has exhibited her paintings across Canada.
MERGE an annual exhibition of emerging artists @ AGO!
MERGE an annual exhibition of emerging artists
March 8th to April 13th 2012
Opening Reception: Thursday, March 8,
6 – 8 pm
artists in attendance
AGO Art Rental + Sales Gallery, 481 University Ave.
An annual exhibition featuring gallery represented and independent artists, this show presents some brilliant young talent in the field of visual arts in the Toronto area.
•Andrew B. Myers
Cake Walk is currently on display at Dupont Projects
Show runs from January 20 to the 24th!
Check out some press from the show
Artist A Day December 16th! I am the Artist of the Day on Artist A Day
I am pleased to announce that my paintings are featured on Beautiful Decay
Summer Group Show
ANGELL GALLERY is pleased to present our annual “Summer Group Show,” curated by Gareth Brown-Jowett, featuring the works of artists Philippe Blanchard, Esther Choi, Thrush Holmes, Daniel Hutchinson, Brendan George Ko, Caroline Larsen, and Andrew Myers. The exhibition will be on display in the West Gallery from Saturday July 23rd to Saturday, August 20th, 2011. An opening reception will be held on Saturday, July 23rd from 1 – 4pm.
Surprise is a major element in determining what we enjoy, what edifies us, and what stays with us in art. Both formally and thematically, it is the challenge of artists in our time – especially within our image-soaked culture – to challenge their audience. The basic problem is, how to make works that speak with an individual tone of voice, and surprise their audience into the shock of recognition and pleasure that always accompanies our confronting something original. In this summer group show, the gallery has arrayed a group of challenging young artists across our space, arranging them into patterns and configurations that broadly juxtapose. But they all have one thing in common: employing technique or imagery (or both) in ways that give delight by displaying characteristics that genuinely do surprise. These works boldly declare themselves, infused with summer’s brash energy and warmth, in a variety of media.
From Daniel Hutchinson’s panoramic black monochrome, reminiscent of minimal and geometric abstraction but in fact representative of Stratford Ontario’s Festival Theatre, to Caroline Larsen’s psychedelic blanket-like patterns in oil paint; to Andrew Myer’s witty, conceptually charged provocations; to Brendan George Ko’s inscrutable re-mixes of photographic portraits and still lives, the artists in this show, both in their own right and installed next to each other on the walls of Angell Gallery, all generate a unique and engaging conversation with the viewer. Many surprises are in store.
July 08 - August 27, 2011
OPENING & SUMMER PARTY:
FRIDAY, JULY 8 at 7 pm
Cambridge Galleries Queen’s Square
1 North Square, Cambridge, ON N1S 2K6
theSHOW.11 is a renewed fourth installment of the biannual exhibition at Cambridge Galleries dedicated to promoting the work of emerging Ontario artists making contemporary artwork in a variety of media.
Elinor Whidden – Toronto
Dustin Wenzel – Toronto
Ryan Park – Toronto
Christine Negus – London
Caroline Larsen – Unionville
Justin A. Langlois – Windsor
Heidi Jahnke – Waterloo
Josh Cleminson – Guelph
Andrea Carvalho – Uxbridge
Jaime Angelopoulos – Toronto
We’ve changed some things this year by moving the dates and expanding the scope of the exhibition.
Cambridge Galleries is looking for artists who have been exhibiting professionally for less than 3 years or have recently completed their BFA, MFA or equivalent.
This year’s exhibition will take place over the summer months at Cambridge Galleries’ Queen’s Square location.
Works Available at Angell Gallery
I am happy to announce that my paintings can be viewed in person and are available at Angell Gallery
The Cheaper Show June 25th, 2011 - Vancouver
Three of my paintings will be @ the The Cheaper Show this June!
If your in Vancouver come and check it out!
Up Coming Shows
I pleased to announce two upcoming exhibitions:
A two person show with Mary Wong at the ATG @ 38 Abell Street, Toronto, Ontario
Show dates March 22ed to April 3ed
Solo show of my basketweaved paintings at the Jane Bond in Waterloo, Ontario
Show dates March 26th to April 26th
Toronto Artist Council Grant
I am super pleased to announce that I have received an Emerging Artist Grant from the Toronto Artist Council.
Mercer Union Members Sale!!!
Check out Reclining Banana at the Mercer Union Members Sale!
Members' Exhibition & Sale
7-11 December 2010
Closing Party & Sale: Saturday 11 December 2010 at 5PM
Mercer Union again delivers its big gift to artist members and small collectors in this year's ALL INCLUSIVE rendition of our annual member's show & sale – the perfect artist-run getaway from the holiday madness. Nothing but fun-in-the-sun quality works, all priced at $169.99.
First-come, first-served sale begins at 5 PM, Saturday 11 December. The earlier you join the line, the better your chances of getting that perfect holiday package you've been dreaming about! Support programming and exhibitions at Mercer Union by buying your own little ray of sunshine.
Cash, cheque and VISA accepted for payments. We will wrap the work for you and you can take it away same day!
Basil Alzeri, Anahita Azrahimi, Katie Bethune-Leamen, Tammi Campbell, Jenal Dolson, Andrew Duff, Danica Evering, Gillian Foster, James Gardner, Lauren Hall, David FM Hanes, Malbry Hazlett, Lee Henderson, Shari Kasman, Matt Killen, Caroline Larsen, Mary Porter, Marie-Lyne Quirion, Kerri Reid, Erwin Rummel, Miles Stemp, Derek Sullivan, Aislinn Thomas, Jessica Vallentin, Jennifer Wardle, Donna Willard, Julita Wolanska, and more…
MERCER UNION A Centre For Contemporary Art
1286 Bloor Street West
Toronto Ontario M6H 1N9 (Canada)
email info (at) mercerunion.org
tel 416.536.1519 fax 416.536.2955
Hours: 11am - 6pm, Tuesday - Saturday (Closed Sunday & Monday)
Mondern Fuel Artist Run Centre's Artist Playing Cards
Painting (either Hexagon on Brown or Big Red) will be featured in Modern Fuels Artist Run Centre’s Artist Deck of Playing Cards
We are very excited about the Art Cards we are producing as our main fundraiser this year, they will be unveiled November 26th at a launch party. We received overwhelming community support for the cards and had almost three times the number of image submissions as spaces on cards. It is wonderful to have so much enthusiasm for the project however it unfortunately also means that we were unable to give every application a spot in the deck. We thank you all for submitting images.
The following artits were selected for the deck:
Simon Andrew, Tim Atkinson, Sylvat Aziz, Sean Cartwright, Emilija Cooke, Shayne Dark, Ben Darrah, John Devlin, Christine Dewancker,Nancy Douglas, Suki Falkner, Joanne Gervais, Dave Gordon, Rachel Hazel, Wendy Huot, Mary Lou Jaansalu, Rick Lapointe, Caroline Larsen, Gillian Little, Denise Love, James MacDonald, Don Maynard, Pat McDermott, Kate McKinnon, Kevin Merritt, Sean Morris, Leah Murray, Juan Ortiz-Apuy, JoAnn Ralph, Evelyn Rapin, Chantal Rousseau, Talie Shalmon, Laurie Sponagle, Krista Stares, Rielly Stares, Jan Swaren, Harry Symons, Cecily-Jane Taylor, Mark Thompson, Sharon Thompson, Catherine Toews, Claire Wenngren, J.T. Winik, Sharlena Wood, Anna Elmberg Wright,and Kate Yüksel
The Kingston Artist Card Decks are $15 each. They make an ideal holiday gift!