Nadia Moss is a Montreal-based artist who is rightfully drumming up a lot of buzz. Her watercolors and ink drawings are ethereal, confusing, and dream-like. Her work evokes the silhouettes of Kara Walker, the fluidity of Louise Bourgeois watercolors, and the palette and space of Amy Cutler. Her simple line drawings recall Picasso's minotaurs, and her portfolio gives a little bit of a "Where the Wild Things Are" feeling. Moss is immensely talented, and she seems to be riding the wave of significant illustrators coming out of Canada right now. Her second book, Bébé, has just been published by independant art publisher L'Oie de Cravan. The book explores ritualistic aspects of human nature through imagery of beasts and babies.