Peyton Rack is like a lot of young artists these days; she’s adept at creating in various mediums. Call it technology, media, or the fact that the tools for creation have expanded infinitely; but no matter what you settle on, the one thing that remains true is that we’re surrounded by creative talent. Whether her digital collages or paintings, she seems to feel right at home. She says that her art is “natural versus manmade and chaos versus order,” both of which you can feel when viewing her work. No matter which artwork of hers you’re speaking of, there seems to be an emphasis on relativity – all things affecting one another, albeit in a variety of ways, and often inhabiting places of both cohesion and conflict.
We’re just glad she’s not limiting herself stylistically – and why should she? Versatility like that evidenced below should certainly be embraced.
Jer Wat (aka Jeremy) is a printmaker, illustrator, and video producer living and working in Winnipeg, Canada. His love of art goes...October 11, 2021
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