Art is a powerful way of inspiring an office setting, and highlighting a company’s values. As well, the artwork becomes a company asset. If you are a corporation or business owner who enjoys displaying artwork in your offices, you may be entitled to an amortized tax deduction on collecting corporate art. Within Canada, works of
This year marks the 125th anniversary of St. Michael’s Hospital in Toronto, an incredible milestone. It’s a world-class hospital located in the heart of the city. The legacy of the hospital has touched the lives of many. My own grandfather interned there in the 1930s, giving me a personal connection to this anniversary. The vision of St.
Have you been watching the new breakout show, Billions, starring Paul Giamatti and Damian Lewis? Recently, I’ve been collaborating with Christina Tonkin, a New York-based designer for Billions and hit series including Gossip Girl, on her latest ambitious project. Billions is a TV drama that is loosely based on the activities of crusading federal prosecutor
Norah Borden – Down to earth. Story: Kimberly Budziak At her Kitsilano home, painter Norah Borden has quite the perch from which to observe the local climate. Clouds sweep by, raindrops kiss the glass of her sliding patio door, and in the distant horizon, ocean meets mountain. Her white studio is set with a spinning
The latest corporate collector of my paintings is an enjoyable Pacific North West tap house, located by the beach in Kitsilano, Vancouver. If you haven’t been to The Ellis (2204 York Ave.), it’s a destination! Collecting artwork is a unique way to celebrate and at the same time, reflect on the world today. The conversation on the individual