Finn O'Hara and Steve Driscoll, Everyone Else Was Busy, 2014.

Finn O'Hara & Steve Driscoll

Everyone Else was Busy, 2014

Digital Chromogenic Print
Size: 45" x 60"
Value: $7,500
Edition: 2 of 7

Finn O'Hara is a photographer & director based in Toronto. He believes in working hard and being nice. His strong cinematic approach to storytelling creates work that is visually striking and emotionally engaging.

Finn describes his photographic and film methods as a raw and always improving process. Finn finds inspiration in old books, rural travel and everyday happenings. Forever curious, Finn is constantly exploring new ways of approaching his work with a love for happy accidents and a passion for visual storytelling, texture, type and everything in between.

A landscape painter in the mainstream of the Canadian tradition, Toronto-based OCAD graduate Steve Driscoll’s work is an embodiment of the notion that our ocular vision – and the corresponding memory of things seen – is particularly well-represented in art by images of open, natural space. Driscoll is interested in conjuring and manifesting a vision of nature, undulating with atmosphere and heightened color effects, but watched over by the architectural proofs of human presence, with rural buildings that seem somehow to be guardians; they are strangely animated centers of our connection to the vast wilderness that surrounds us. Driscoll has shown across Canada and has been featured in such publications as The Globe and Mail, The Toronto Star, and Canadian Art.