Katherine Bernhardt’s new paintings feel like a picnic scene from the new Alexander Payne movie “Downsizing”. Enormous soft drink cups, cigarettes, birds, bees, and melon slices outlined in psychedelic pink or neon green spray-paint float across her gigantic canvases. Despite their size, the objects appear weightless yet matter-of-fact, as if propelled by some inner purpose that eludes us. Elsewhere a nattily dressed Barbar the elephant, is holding court amongst crows and bugs. Channeling Jean de Brunhoff’s tales, he warns of the commercial trappings of Western civilization. At Canada through February 11.