E7 Raoul Olou – Entre chien et loup: Capturing the transition between day and night and documenting the mundane.
We had the pleasure of speaking with Raoul Olou, a multidisciplinary artist based in Toronto. His work focuses on home, belonging and archiving the mundane, and is characterized by bold brushstrokes that skillfully play with light and shadow. Olou describes his work as a visual diary of his recent move to Toronto and is currently fascinated with capturing a specific moment in time – the transition between day and night – entre chien et loup.
Having only begun painting three years ago, Olou has already participated in major charity auctions including #ArtWithHeart to support HIV care and was awarded the Mayor’s Purchase Award at the 2019 Toronto Outdoor Art Fair.
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