Riley works in many parts of the world. Riley's work in the Canadian arctic began in 1989 and has continued through 2007. In 1990 he set up a small studio inviting the local residents in for tea and a portrait sitting. Also included in the body of work are landscapes captured during these travels in the far north, a place of light, pastels, and colours sharpened by the cold. Riley has also worked in South America and Asia, and since 2005 has been working in East Africa on various projects focusing on raising awareness of African creativity and success. Riley's latest series titled Building 13 studies the reflections, light and the many personalities of Toronto's architectural urban landscapes.
Selected Group Exhibitions
|2012||Marcia Rafelman Fine Arts, Toronto, ON|