Lee Petrie is not just the curator for the renewed historic Gladstone House in Toronto – she also prioritizes putting the art community in Toronto front and centre. She shares with us her journey into one of the coolest career paths in art, and some simple advice for new art collectors.
In this collection, we've gathered works that echo traditional approaches to art, but infused with something contemporary; they are paired alongside inspired interiors by noteworthy BIPOC interior designers from across the country to show how these Canadian original paintings can enhance beautiful spaces.
Art is akin to the "cherry-on-top" when it comes to the world of interior design. Adding "soul" to a vacant space through design and art is relevant, if not essential, in today's wild real estate environment, and Toronto-based realtor Parimal Gosai embodies this philosophy.
So, you're an artist and you've just sold a piece of art online; that's great! But now you need to ship it. It might seem intimidating, but with some guidance from a pro and some practice, the more confident you will feel about it.
Being an independent artist in the 21st century isn't just about making art. Nowadays, selling art online comes with a whole slew of other requirements beyond just uploading a JPG. Knowing how to properly provide customer service is an essential skill for any successful visual artist.
In a recent survey, 80 interior designers were asked what people most overspent on (single-use gadgets, window treatments, and furniture sets), and underspent on (sofas, rugs, and art). With art, design, and living in mind, we've put together a practical list of 10 things that anyone can do to update their home – no matter the size or space
We invite you do something beautiful for your home to remember this year. Learn about how Collective Art Buying works for your holiday gift list and your family, and some pretty compelling reasons for why now is the time to do it!
As the impact of COVID-19 on the arts community and economy at large emerges, as does the need for information and support for artists. While it isn't clear what the outcome may be, here are a few ways for artists to remain informed.
Partial is a growing curated directory of noteworthy independent and emerging artists in Canada (and beyond). Artists must submit their work for review and approval by our team. It should be easier for art-seekers to discover your work.
For freelance artists, it can sometimes feel like the industry is stacked against them. That’s why Xpace Cultural Centre decided to host a two-day conference to support and educate emerging artists in how to thrive within the arts sphere.