Granville Fine Art

The 2012 version of Art Toronto – or, the event previously known as the Toronto International Art Fair, if you prefer – featured some 130 galleries from 23 countries. Read more


It’s difficult to reconcile the early watercolours of Emily Carr — products of a genteel education, and a puritan, provincial upbringing in a colonial backwater — with the power and intensity of her later paintings. Read more


“Every painting I do ends up being a surprise to me,” says Caroline James from her home on Hornby Island. “Painting is like a dream — you have no control over the narrative of your subconscious, which is racing around opening your memory drawers.” Read more


Latremouille remembers drawing with chalk at the age of four and being interested in intertwining toys like jigsaw puzzles. Intertwining themes remain at the root of much of her work. Read more


Since childhood, says Caroline James, she has been fascinated by composition, “by the effect of various combinations of lines and shapes and colours in a given volume of space.” Read more


Known for her lyrical use of colour, Deborah Worsfold creates canvases of exquisite depth and vibrancy. Read more