I've been stalked and chased down by a driverless 1958 Plymouth Fury all week that culminated in a deadly showdown on Finlay Bridge in Medicine Hat, Alberta last night. All and all, it's been one of my more memorable Halloweens. More film edits on the @editingluke Instagram.
Oct 31, 2021
Oct 30, 2021
With a number of new travel shoots across Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba this autumn, I inadvertently kept spotting abandoned houses and homesteads all over the prairies. These are just a few of the "haunted" highlights found on numerous backroads across the Canadian Prairies.
Oct 29, 2021
A few visuals of the Halloween decorations around Tokyo Disneyland in Japan.
Oct 28, 2021
Oct 26, 2021
These mini art print postcards were all photographed and designed by Editing Luke and are available exclusively in the gift shop at Medalta Potteries in Medicine Hat, Alberta.
Stock has once again been limited on this collection, so please exit through the gift shop. Thanks once again to everyone who has snapped these up! I know for a fact they hold up really well in the mail and look great tacked on walls and fridge doors!
Oct 24, 2021
Oct 23, 2021
Imagine Van Gogh is a projection-based exhibition that showcases the work of Van Gogh on giant screens through close-ups, animated transitions, and reveals timed with classical scores. This limited run exhibition has been popping up in cities across Canada this year with this latest installation of Imagine Van Gogh currently open in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
For those curious on whether this experience is worth it, that really all depends.
If you're an art lover, enjoy gallery visits in general, or are just looking for something new to do, Imagine Van Gogh is easily justifiable as a worthwhile outing. The projections and music are powerful, the exhibition is unique, and it truly is a different way of admiring pieces that even the most casual Van Gogh fan will recognize.
My only real criticism of Imagine Van Gogh is the cost.
Keeping in mind that ticket prices likely vary by location, the cost in Saskatoon for a timed weekday ticket was $41, the weekend ticket was $51, and a flex ticket (untimed) was $61. With the projections on a 30 minute loop, the vast majority of people will be stretching to spend a full hour to feel like they've got their money's worth.
For comparison, the nearby Remai Modern costs less than a third the price and offers enough exhibits to fill an entire morning. I also spent twice as much on a ticket to Imagine Van Gogh as it cost to see 20 of Van Gogh's paintings in person at the Musée d'Orsay in Paris last year. So, in short, yes it's a neat exhibition worth seeing, but you also won't be alone if you want to grumble about how overpriced it was in the gift shop afterwards.