Join us on August 8 for the launch of illustrator Kelly Bastow’s solo show, featuring large-scale ink pieces with beautiful and haunting subjects.
Florescence is a series of large-scale mixed media drawings of abstract, botanical-inspired forms. The word florescence refers to the process, state, or period of blooming or flowering, and can also be used to describe something that is thriving or flourishing.
On May 9, Liberty Arts teamed up with the Toronto Comic Arts Festival to host a launch party for Kelly Bastow and Caitlin Major’s new comic, Manfried Saves the Day. In this hilarious graphic novel (sequel to Manfried the Man) the roles of cats and humans are reversed, putting humanoid felines in charge of tiny, dimwitted little man-pets.
Liberty Arts hosted a launch party for the new Super Science Friends comic Science Fiction, including a live reading, meet-and-greets with the authors and comic book signings. For the rest of the month the shop was stuffed with a selection of locally-made comics, prints, graphic novels and other merch.
A vain and arrogant youth dares to enter Baba Yaga’s living house of bones. What emerges will forever fill our nights with terror. Sets, props and 3-D printed masks will be on display from this newly released stop-motion NFB film.
A show of original artwork inspired by the classic horror of the silver screen. The exhibit featured original drawings, limited edition prints, books and monster babies!
In a “a joyful game of visual tag”, this artist duo throws their usual creative anxieties to the wind, ditches notions of authorship and actively avoids preciousness. The result is a dynamic, colourful and lively series of nearly fifty mixed-media works.
The Loop is a collaborative process whereby the artist photographs others as they go about their lives, then illustrates the photographs digitally. The models then caption the…
Made You Look is a photography exhibition that celebrates and honours individuality and expression. In this large format photographic series Anna attempts to draw the viewer…