Canadian fine art photographer and printmaker, Stephen McNeill, started with a borrowed camera and a lesson on the solarisation technique.

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Canadian fine art photographer and printmaker, Stephen McNeill, started with a borrowed camera and a lesson on the solarisation technique.

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FEATURED NEW WORK

Water of Life

In Scotland, they spell it, “whisky”. In Ireland, “whiskey”.
The difference in the spelling apparently comes from the translations of the word from the Scottish and Irish Gaelic forms. These translations respectively are “uisge beatha” and “uisce beatha”. The phrase literally means, “water of life”.

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Featured Short Story

Bovine Sex Club

The Bovine Sex Club, often referred to as the “Bovine”, is a lively nightclub located on Toronto’s Queen Street West strip. At first glance, its facade resembles an entrance to a scrap metal yard.

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Featured Project

Present-Day Photograms

Branded by various artists over the years, the exploration of the photogram - or cameraless photography - began in the 1830s by dedicated practitioners who sought to gain scientific record of natural objects.

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Featured Portrait

The New Woman

Five women. Five stories. Five portraits. It started with a generous loan of costumes by the renowned Shaw Festival Company in Niagara-on-the-Lake, followed by a collaboration with women artists.

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Featured New Work

Water of Life

In Scotland, they spell it, “whisky”. In Ireland, “whiskey”. The difference in the spelling apparently comes from the translations of the word from the Scottish and Irish Gaelic forms. These translations respectively are “uisge beatha” and “uisce beatha”. The phrase literally means, “water of life”.

SEE MORE

Featured short story

Bovine Sex Club

The Bovine Sex Club, often referred to as the “Bovine”, is a lively nightclub located on Toronto’s Queen Street West strip. At first glance, its facade resembles an entrance to a scrap metal yard.

SEE MORE

Featured PROJECT

Present-Day Photograms

Branded by various artists over the years, the exploration of the photogram - or cameraless photography - began in the 1830s by dedicated practitioners who sought to gain scientific record of natural objects.

SEE MORE

Featured Portrait

The New Woman

Five women. Five stories. Five portraits. It started with a generous loan of costumes by the renowned Shaw Festival Company in Niagara-on-the-Lake, followed by a collaboration with women artists.

SEE MORE