This clipart is the brainchild of photographer and painter Lauren Kinsman and has been a favourite of mine for a while now.
As a young kid, I was drawn to the colourful, colourful shapes of the clipart because they were the only things I could see.
The clipart has a unique style and is unique to Canada, but it’s not a one-trick pony.
This piece is part of a series of art installations that Kinsmann created to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the birth of her grandfather, a Canadian army officer, during World War II.
A selection of Kinsmans work is available at the National Museum of Canada.
This one is a classic example of Kinkoski’s style, with the cliparts geometric patterns juxtaposed against a colourful backdrop of vibrant colour and bright, colourful text.
I like it so much I put it up on my wall for all the other Canadians to see and enjoy.
A little more about the artist: Lauren Kinkowski is an artist from Toronto who has been known to make short, sharp, colourful and sometimes quirky paintings.
Kinkowksi is best known for her colourful, brightly coloured, geometric art pieces.
She first came to attention with a series called “The New School,” which was created by her husband, Brian, and the other artists.
The paintings were initially published in a book in 1988, and they have since been translated into over twenty languages.
Kinsmier has been in the business for over 30 years and has worked as a professional illustrator, painter, sculptor, sculpture artist, printmaker and graphic designer.
Her work has been exhibited in galleries in Europe, Asia, the US, and Australia.
In 2012, Kinszewski was selected as the winner of the Toronto Art Gallery’s 2015 Arts in the Arts Competition.
Her latest work, “Fool’s Gold,” was selected for the 2012 Canadian Arts Prize, which was awarded to the best painting by a non-native artist in Canada.
More: Lauren Kinswoman’s “The Next Generation” gallery in Toronto’s Spadina West will be open until May 20.
“The Next Generations” gallery, located at 7 Queen St W, Toronto, Ontario, M5A 3C3.
This gallery will be opening from 5:30 pm to 9 pm on May 20 at 724 Queen St. W. Admission is free.
Follow Lauren Kinksman on Twitter: @laurenkinksman