Kim Dorland

Beers London is proud to present "O Canada!," an exhibition to coincide with the 150th birthday of Canada. The gallery, which began with pop-up exhibitions in Vancouver in 2008, maintains an exhibition programme with a partially Canadian focus. more


The Vancouver Art Gallery gives the wider public a chance to see work by artists sometimes little known outside of small artist-run spaces. more


Kim Dorland works in his Toronto studio

Photo by Sian Richards.

Occasional breaks from the studio are crucial for Dorland, who paints with such feverish intensity that basic needs, like food and sleep, sometimes seem like frills he fits in around the edges, if at all. more


“The more Canadian the work gets, the more international it gets,” says Toronto painter Kim Dorland. On day two of his artist-in-residence gig at the Emma Lake Workshop in northern Saskatchewan, he’s already been at the easel at work on a new series. more


Toronto-based painter Kim Dorland recently visited Medicine Hat, and his experience is now the subject matter for an exhibition of new paintings at Calgary’s Skew Gallery titled "Over the Fence." more