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Episode 21 - Interview with Madeleine Gross

Curator on the Go Podcast

Release Date: 01/21/2020

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Madeleine Gross is a Toronto-based artist who customizes her photographs with paint in a way designed to abstract landscapes but without completely abstracting reality. A graduate of the Ontario College of Art and Design where she gained a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography, Madeleine intuitively applies gesture, texture, color, and strokes with paint with the idea of emulating an immersive reality for viewers and in turn induces the sensation of actually being there just by looking.

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Hello! You are listening to Curator on the Go Podcast and I am Liza - your host! Today, I had the pleasure of speaking to Toronto-based artist Madeleine Gross. 

Madeleine customizes her photographs with paint in a way designed to abstract landscapes but without completely abstracting reality. A graduate of the Ontario College of Art and Design where she gained a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography, Madeleine intuitively applies gesture, texture, color, and strokes with paint with the idea of emulating an immersive reality for viewers and in turn induces the sensation of actually being there just by looking.

The inspiration she finds in nature, light and the effortlessly entertaining pastime of people watching can be felt in her images; with textural color layers and a realistic movement, her images embody the ripped water from a jet sky, ocean waves, the fresh beach breeze. Positive connotations are at the heart of her work, with each of the photographs taken on her trips across the globe, all enhanced by a warm and bright palette applied through a few happy strokes of a brush.

Her past clients are KitKat Canada, Fashion Magazine Canada, i-D Magazine, Nike Air Society, Roads Group, among others. Her art was featured at CBC Arts, Fashion Magazine, Saatchi Art, Interview Magazine Germany, Redmilk, etc. I’ve been a big fan of Madeleine’s work and excited to have her as my podcast guest. Enjoy!

Find more information about Madeleine at:

https://www.madeleinegross.com/contact-us/

https://www.instagram.com/madeleinegross/

 

Learn more about the show and the podcast host:

http://curatoronthego.com/podcast

 

Before we continue, I want to thank today’s episode sponsor Imagefoundry - a Toronto-based fine art printing boutique that specializes in edition printing, art documentation, editing, custom art reproduction projects and retouching work. Imagefoundry always uses top-notch materials and offers affordable prices and flawless execution. They produce ultra-sharp, direct scans from artworks of any size.

Imagefoundry is proud to be a green business that re-uses up to 75% of packaging materials, as well as uses water-based inks, adhesives made from natural materials, and safe, food-grade chemicals for photographic processing. 

Imagefoundry's clients include artists: Rebecca Belmore, Suzy Lake, John Massey, Jeffrey James and organizations like the Art Gallery of Ontario and Art Gallery of Hamilton among many others. 

Imagefoundry always supports the local art community and provides its storefront space for solo and group shows. Visit https://www.imagefoundry.ca/ to book an appointment and learn more about the company and its services.