Doug Farries is a Calgary-based artist and Alberta College of Art Fine Art graduate. His work is in various private and corporate collections.
The work represents the challenges faced by industry and nature to co-exist.
An oil painting with graphic elements forms the base for these pieces. Charcoal drawings were then overlaid to provide a sooty, dirty texture.
Randall Finnerty is a visual artist who has been working for a number of years with charcoal on paper, portraying a cast of animal and human characters that are often set in wilderness environments or on the periphery of human settlements. Rooted in his experiences of growing up in northern Ontario, these images reflect upon our disjointed relationship with nature. Flying objects, highways and power lines are the tentacles that project outward from civilisation into the natural world. By placing animals among the detritus of our civilization, they bear curious witness to the things in which we engage.
Chris Johnston has worked on animated televisions shows, video games, comics and illustration for over 10 years. He's done concept art, designed assets and have story boarded on a variety of projects. His finished work is primarily done digitally in Photoshop, but he is comfortable with traditional mediums such as oil.
NEW MACHINE STUDIOS 2017
"VALLEY OF THE LANTERNS" Animated Movie
DHX (Vancouver) 2015-2016
"SUPER NOOBS" TV Animated Series
-Storyboards one episode of season two
"MLP MOVIE" My Little Pony Movie
"RESCUEBOTS" TV Animated Series
-Storyboard Revisionist, season four
"LITTLEST PET SHOP" TV Animated Series
"TITMOUSE (Vancouver) 2014-2015
"HOTWHEELS" TV Animated Show
"JUSTICE LEAGUE" TV Animated Show
"PIXAR" Untitled Movie Development
-Character Design and development
"NICKELODEON" Untitled Game Development
"RAVENTALES" 24 min CGI animated show.
- Art Direction, responsible for design of characters and locations,
- Storyboards, episodes 02, 03, 04, 06, 08, 12, 13,
- Scripted episodes 22, 21, 25.
Craig Friesen is an artist that deals in narratives created from play. His work is concerned with the starting of a story for the viewer to be amused by, wonder about, and/or participate in. He makes a variety of work including silkscreen and drawings made on paper, paintings made on wood, and digitally created illustrations and graphics.