Steve Driscoll is an artist whose approach to painting transforms the traditional Canadian landscape into a contemporary expressionistic look. Recognized for his psychedelic palette, Driscoll’s innovative use of a urethane-based paint poured from above not only adds texture and life to his paintings, but also brings a chemical modernity to each piece. The resulting work is a celebration of both colour and the materiality of paint.
Driscoll lives and works in Toronto. An Ontario College of Art and Design graduate, he has exhibited his work in New York and Denmark, as well as in various galleries across Canada, including Toronto, St. John’s, Edmonton and Vancouver. His work has received acclaim nationally and internationally, and his shows continue to sell out. In 2017, Driscoll’s work was featured in an exhibition at the McMichael Gallery in Kleinburg, as well as a solo show at the Gallery Stratford in Stratford. He is represented by Angell Gallery in Toronto.