The artists who are part of the Visual Voice Collections family range from young, local talent to established, international artists. Each artist we invite to participate in our collections has a unique voice, a strong sense of concept and technique, and is an innovator in their field. We are proud to feature their work on Visual Voice Collections.
Andrea Rausch descends into her own psyche and takes her palette with her, creating connections between her emotional landscape and the world of mythology.
While spending the past four years working partly in Canada, in Finland, and in Norway, Andreanne Fournier has grown a particular interest towards the North.
Photographer Annie Stephens works with the simplest of tools, relying heavily on creative resourcefulness and the elements around her.
German artist Bettina Forget’s paintings focus on the subject of astronomy, while her video work explores semantic tension and personal narrative.
Brian Merrett's atmospheric black and white photographs document architecural heritage and international travels.
Heidi Barkun is a mixed media artist from Montreal, Quebec, working primarily with beeswax & oil paint and found materials.
Photographer Christoph Heldt and printmaker Florence Hupin collaborate on a series of works inspired by their travels through Europe.
JB Valiquette’s work is inspired by photo-documentary approach of the New Topographics movement and the Misson Héliographique.
In her art practice Hamilton is best known for her ephemeral art in the form of installations, printed publications, posters and stenciled drawings.
Jonas St.Micael’s photographic work touches upon concerns and observations about his cultural surroundings by exploring particular physical environments.
Kate Puxley’s large-scale drawings and taxidermy focus on the animal as subject, investigating the dualities inherent to the human condition.
Irreverent and playful, juxtaposing visual elements in humorous, even absurd ways.
Mike Patten uses commonly found objects and simple materials to create witty and often poignant sculptures which evoke wonderment and dreamlike states.
Rob Prideaux is a San Francisco based photographer who glamorizes the beautiful as well as the grotesque.
Observations of relationships in a world of change, where cause and consequence matter.
Reflecting on the animal powerhouses from the financial and political jungles