Ed Zelenak


Ed Zelenak
Ed Zelenak
Ed Zelenak
Ed Zelenak
Ed Zelenak
Ed Zelenak
Ed Zelenak
Ed Zelenak
Ed Zelenak

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Ed Zelenak is recognized as one of Canada’s senior sculptors. Manifest in his art is a subtle spirituality and intimate connection to his materials. He focuses on a familiar iconography of everyday signs and symbols: trees, crosses, arrows, circles, the sun and the moon. By manipulating tin, copper, plastics, wood and pigments, Zelenak creates both minimally delicate and refined sculptures that are also complex and physically rendered.

Born in St. Thomas, ON in 1940, Ed Zelenak studied at the Ontario College of Art and Design from 1957-1959 and then resumed his art studies in 1960-1961 at the Fort Worth Art Centre and Barsch Kelly Atelier in Dallas, Texas. Ed Zelenak began exhibiting in 1963 and was represented by the prominent Toronto gallery Carmen Lamanna Gallery from 1969-1978.

In 1969, Pierre Theberge of the National Gallery of Canada curated the important exhibition “Heart of London”, which featured a group of London artists: John Boyle, Jack Chambers, Greg Curnoe, Murray Favro, Bev Kelly, Ron Martin, David Rabinowitch, Royden Rabinowitch, Walter Redinger, Tony Urquhart and Ed Zelenak. This exhibition brought national attention to the “London Regionalist” movement and the artists included.

Ed Zelenak has had public gallery solo shows at the Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon in 1981 (curated by Phillip Monk) and “Ed Zelenak: Finding a Place” at the London Regional Art and Historical Museum in 1989 (Curated by Marnie Fleming). Currently, from May 2 – August 16, 2015, Ed Zelenak has a 40-year retrospective exhibition at Museum London featuring early fiberglass sculpture through to recent two-dimensional work.

Zelenak’s artwork is included in countless Canadian public collections including the National Gallery of Canada, Art Gallery of Ontario, Art Gallery of Alberta, Mackenzie Art Gallery, Art Gallery of Hamilton, Museum London and the McIntosh Gallery. International collections include the Musee Cantonal des Beaux Arts, Lausanne, Switzerland, Chicago Athenaeum, and the Czech Museum of Fine Arts, Prague.

Ed Zelenak lives and maintains a studio in West Lorne, ON.

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Born 1940 in St. Thomas, ON

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2015 Musings on the In-Between, Michael Gibson Gallery, London, ON
Divining the Immeasurable, Museum London, London, ON (catalogue)
2013 Divining the Frontiers, Christopher Cutts Gallery, Toronto, ON
2010 Selected Works: 1970-2010, Michael Gibson Gallery, London, ON
Flint Institute of Arts, Flint, Michigan
2006 Chatham Cultural Centre (touring), Chatham, McIntosh Gallery, UWO, London
Lambton Art Gallery, Sarnia, ON
2005 Drawings, Christopher Cutts Gallery, Toronto, ON
2003 Christopher Cutts Gallery, Toronto, ON
2001 L.A. International Biennial Art Invitational, Soapbox Gallery, Venice, CA
2000 On the Face of It, Christopher Cutts Gallery, Toronto, ON
Art Gallery of Woodstock, Woodstock, ON
Thielsen Gallery, London, ON
1999 Art Gallery of St. Thomas Elgin, St Thomas, ON
1997 Two Sculptors Inc., New York, NY
1998 Water and Dreams, Christopher Cutts Gallery, Toronto, ON
1996 R. H. Galerie, Liberec, Czech Republic
1995 Czech Museum of Fine Art, Prague, Czech Republic
1994 Lynnwood Art Centre, Simcoe, ON
Waters of Forgetfulness, Christopher Cutts Gallery, Toronto, ON
1993 Thielsen Gallery, London, ON
Christopher Cutts Gallery, Toronto, ON
1992 Glendon Gallery, York University, Toronto, ON
1991 Galerie Brenda Wallace, Montreal, PQ
1989 London Regional Art Gallery, London, ON, (catalogue: M. Fleming)
Art Gallery of Hamilton, Hamilton, ON
1983 Franz Wynens Gallery, Vancouver, B.C.
Mercer Union Gallery, Toronto, ON
1981 Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Sask., (catalogue: P. Monk)
1979 Forest City Gallery, London, ON, (exhibitions also in: 1980, 84, 85)
1973 Milwaukee Arts Centre, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, (major outdoor work)
1972 Carleton College, Northfield, Minnesota, (courtesy of the Minnesota State Arts Council)
1971 L’Enfant Plaza, (with Henri Gallery), Washington D.C.
1969 20/20 Gallery, London, ON
Carmen Lamanna Gallery, Toronto, ON, (exhibitions also in: 1970, 71, 72, 74, 76, 78)

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2014 Art and Value II, Michael Gibson Gallery, London, ON
2013 Art and Value I, Michael Gibson Gallery, London, ON
2011 Murray Favro & Ed Zelenak, Michael Gibson Gallery, London, ON
2009 (Re)verse Ekphrasis: Works from the McIntosh Collection, McIntosh Gallery UWO, London, ON
Zanebennett Contemporary, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Three Person Exhibit
2009 Art Chicago (Zanebennett), Chicago, Illinois
2008 Recent Acquisitions, Flint Institute of Arts, Flint, Michigan
2007 An Eye For It, Museum London, London, ON
Recent Acquisitions, DePaul University, Chicago, Il
2006 On The Wall, Dennos Museum Center, Traverse City, Michigan
Curator’s Choice, Sandra Dyke-curator, Carleton University, Ottawa, ON
20th Anniversary Exhibition, Christopher Cutts Gallery, Toronto, ON
2005 A Growing Legacy, Gallery Lambton, Sarnia, ON
2003 Tree Sites – Two Person Exhibition, Gail Harvey Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Toronto Art Fair, Christopher Cutts Gallery, Toronto, ON
2002 Gail Harvey Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Artists from Ontario-Canada Council Art Bank Collection, Queens Park, Toronto, ON
Toronto Art Fair, Michael Gibson Gallery, Toronto, ON
2001 Think Canada – 5 Person Exhibition – (Catalogue), Art Today Gallery, Delhi, India; Vimonisha Exhibition Centre, Chennai, India
NGMA, National Gallery of Modern Art, Mumbai, India
Fall Exhibition (Gallery Artists), Gail Harvey Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
Continuities, Art Gallery of Windsor, Windsor, ON
Mitchel Algus Gallery, NY, NY
Time and Distance Cannot Erase, Thames Art Gallery, Chatham, ON
Medicine Hat Museum, Medicine Hat, AB
2000 Toronto Art Fair, Christopher Cutts Gallery, Toronto, ON
Intersections, Place Ville Marie, Montreal; Edifice, Yonge and Temperance, Toronto, ON
1999 London Regional Art Gallery, London, ON
1998 Art and Industry, Lynnwood Art Centre, Simcoe, ON
Art Forum, Berlin, Germany
Paper Works, Two Sculptors, N.Y.C., N.Y.
Bealart: 80 Years of Experiment, London Regional Art Museum London, ON
Forget Collection, Musee de Jolliette, Jolliette, PQ
Israel 50 – Anniversary of a Nation, Exhibition Hall, C.N.E., Toronto, ON
2D x 3D, Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art
The City as Landscape, The Chicago Athenaeum, Chicago, Il
Selected Works, Summer Exhibition, Christopher Cutts Gallery, Toronto, ON
Summer Exhibition, Mitchell Algus Gallery, New York City
1997 Event, 197 Spadina, Toronto, ON
Works on Paper, Christopher Cutts Gallery, Toronto, ON
Event, Thielsen Gallery, London, ON
The Sculpture Project, London Regional Art Museum, London, ON
1996 Inaugural Exhibition, Christopher Cutts Gallery, Toronto, ON
The Boat Show, Canadian Artists – A Nautical Look, Art Gallery of North York, North York, ON
Seminal Sculpture of the School of London, Mitchell Algus Gallery, New York, N.Y.
1995 Chinese New Year, Christopher Cutts Gallery, Toronto, ON
At The Edge of the Sign, Kutne Hore, Galerie Felixe Jeneweina, Czech Republic,
1994 20 x 20, Forest City Gallery, London, ON
The Collector #2 Daniel Donovan, Art Gallery of Hamilton, Hamilton, ON
1993 Heart of London Revisited, London Regional Art Gallery, London, ON
Christopher Cutts Gallery, Toronto, ON
1992 EXPO ’92, Seville, Spain
A Decade of Collecting, Concordia Art Gallery, Montreal, PQ
Architecture, Art Gallery of Hamilton Hamilton, ON
1991 Water, Trenkmann Gallery, New York, N.Y.
1990 Mapping, Toronto, ON, (exhibited: James B. Aird Gallery, Queen’s Park and
London Regional Art Gallery, London, ON)
Escapade, Musee des Beaux Arts, Sherbrooke, PQ
London Sculpture on Site, London Regional Art Gallery, London, ON
1989 Elgin Area Artists, Art Gallery of Elgin, St. Thomas, ON
1987 20/20, London Regional Art Gallery and Centricity Gallery, London, ON
1986 Forest City Gallery, London, ON
1985 Works of Art and Scholarship, McIntosh Gallery, U.W.O., London, ON
Works on Paper, Embassy Cultural House, London, ON
1985 Art Bank Presents, Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg, MB
Sculptor’s Drawings, Diane Brown Gallery, New York, NY
1984 Matter of Consideration, Harbourfront Art Gallery, Toronto, ON
Associations From Paper to Object, London Regional Art Gallery, London, ON
1983 Prepaid Miniature Art Sale, London Regional Art Gallery, London, ON
Recent Acquisitions, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, ON
1982 Art For Architecture, Burlington Art Centre, Burlington, ON, MacDonald
Stewart Art Centre, Guelph, ON and University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB
Collection of UWO, Art Gallery of Windsor, Windsor, ON
Small Sculpture, Harbourfront Gallery Toronto, ON
1982 Art Bank Sculpture, Art Gallery of Algoma, Sault Ste. Marie, ON
1980 London Regional Art, London Regional Art Gallery, London, ON
Forest City Art Gallery, London, ON
National Art Centre, Ottawa, ON, (organized courtesy of the Canada Council)
Contemporary Canadian Sculpture 1950 1980, Burlington Cultural Centre, Burlington, ON
1978 Performance, Harbourfront Gallery, Toronto, ON
Sculpture Outdoors, Queen’s University, Kingston, ON
Aspects of Sculpture, Saidye Bronfman Centre, Montreal, PQ, (organized courtesy of Art Bank)
1977 Art Fiera, Bologna, Italy
1976 Selected Sculpture London, London Art Gallery, London, ON
1975 Carmen Lamanna Gallery at Owens Art Gallery, Mount Allison University, Sackville, NB
1974 Contemporary Ontario Art, Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, ON
1972 Recent Vanguard Acquisitions, Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, ON
Diversity Canada East, Norman Mackenzie Gallery Regina, Saskatchewan
1972 Five Canadians, Ukranian Institute of Art, Chicago, Illinois
1971 49th Parallels, Sarasota, Florida, (Touring show organized by the Art Gallery of Ontario) exhibited: Ringling Museum and Contemporary Museum of Art, Chicago, Illinois
1971 New Media Art – CNE, Toronto, ON, (organized by the Art Gallery of Ontario)
1971 Summer Projects, Milwaukee Art Center, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Henri Gallery, Washington, D.C.
Phyllis Kind Gallery, Chicago, Illinios
1970 3rd. International Pioneer Gallery Exhibition, Musee Cantonel, Lusanne, Switzerland and Museum of Modern Art, Paris, France
Monuments ’70, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON
York University, Winters College Toronto, ON
1970 3 D Into the ‘70s Sensory Perception, Art Gallery of Toronto, Toronto, ON,
Canadian Cross Sections 1970, Rothman’s Art Gallery, Stratford ON
1969 A Plastic Presence, (organized by Phillip Morris Company) Jewish Museum, New York, N.Y., Milwaukee Arts Centre, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, San Francisco Museum of Art, San Francisco, California
Tendences Actuelles, Galerie de France, Paris France (organized by National Gallery of Canada)
National Arts Centre, Ottawa, ON, (organized by National Gallery of Canada)
Hart House, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON
The Wall – Art and Architecture, National Gallery of Canada touring show
1968 Survey ’68, Montreal Museum of Fine Art, Montreal, QC
10 Sculptors, Rothman’s Art Gallery, Stratford, ON
1968 University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON
1967 Heart of London, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, ON, (travelling show)
Ontario Centennial Exhibition, Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, ON
1966 3 Man UWO Show, London, ON
1965 Western Art League, London Public Library and Art Gallery, London, ON
1962 Coffey Gallery, Houston, Texas
1961 Helbing Gallery, Fort Worth, Texas

SELECTED COMMISSIONS

Provincial Courthouse, Kitchener, ON
Federal Building, Toronto, ON
Federal Building, London, ON
Food and Drug Laboratory, Toronto, ON
Carleton College, Northfield, Minnesota

CATALOGUES

2006 Ed Zelenak (Thames Art Gallery, Chatham Cultural Centre, Chatham, Ontario: 2006)
1981 Recent Wallworks and Sculptures (Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan: 1981)
2001 Five Contemporary Canadian Artists in India (Thomson Press: 2001)
1997 Shape Shifters: Sculpture and the Modern Age (Art Gallery of Hamilton: 1997)
1995 Na Hranici Znaku – At the Edge of the Sign (New Association of Prague Artists: 1995)
Matter For Consideration (The Art Gallery at Harbourfront, Toronto, Ontario: 1984)
1989 Finding a Place, Selected Works 1976-1988 (London Regional Art Gallery, London, Ontario: 1989)
1972 5 Canadian Artists (The Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art: 1972)
1970 3e International de Galeries pilotes – Artistes et Decouvreurs de Notre Temps (Muses Cantonal des Beaux-Arts: 1970)
1969 A Plastic Presence (The Milwaukee Art Centre: 1969)
1968 Heart of London (Ottawa: National Gallery of Canada, 1968)

REVIEWS

2014 John K. Grande, Exhibition Review, Christopher Cutts Gallery, Sculpture
Magazine, vol. 33 no. 2
2009 Orin Zelenak, “Ed Zelenak: Objects in Process”
2007 John K. Grande, “Mapping the Allegory”, Sculpture Magazine, (June) vol. 26 no. 5
2005 Walter Klepac, “The Iconography of Ed Zelenak”
2004 John K. Grande, Exhibition Review, Christopher Cutts Gallery,Vie des Arts, (Spring) No.194
2000 Donald Brackett, “Poet’s Peak”, Exhibition Review, Christopher Cutts Gallery, Canadian Art, vol. 17 no. 5 (Winter 2000): 80
1996 Olaf Hanel, “Water Has Memory”, Exhibition Review, Czech Museum of Modern Art, Prague Atelier, no. 1
1969 Barry Lord, “Three Young Canadians”, Art in America, vol. 57 no. 1 (January/February): 87-91
2011 Kathy Rumleski, “Favro, Zelenak team up”, London Free Press, (September)
2010 Skye Goodden, “Opening Exhibitions – Ed Zelenak”, Canadian Art, (September)
2010 Mary Ann Colihan, “Arts in London”, Beat Magazine, (September)
2009 Kim Russo, “About Sensing”, Santa Fe Journal, (January)
2003 Gary Michael Dault, “A Vulnerable Heart in Steel Clothing”, Exhibition Review, Christopher Cutts Gallery, Globe and Mail, (December 20):R10
2001 Sonali Velinker, “Canadian Art Comes to Town”, Exhibition Review, National Gallery of Modern Art, New Delhi, Live In Style, (2001)
R.S. Yadav, “Canadian Artists at Art Today”, Exhibition Review, National Herald, (November 11)
1999 Sandra Coulson, “Divining Truths, Elgin Art Gallery”, London Free Press, (February 21)
Gary Michael Dault, “Gallery Going: Ron Martin and Ed Zelenak at Christopher Cutts”, Globe and Mail, (August ): C8
1997 Tom Moody, “Seminal Sculpture of the School of London”, Sculpture Magazine, vol. 16 no. 1 (January, 1997)
R. Rubinstein, “Redinger, Bonham and Zelenak at Mitchell Algus”, Art in America, vol. 85 no. 1 (January, 1997): 95
1996 Stuart Servetar, “Seminal Sculpture of the School of London”, Time Out New York, (September 26- October 3)
1994 John Bentley Mays, “The Road to Contemplative Fare”, Exhibition Review, Christopher Cutts Gallery, Globe and Mail, (November 19): C21
1993 John Bentley Mays, “Traversing the Spiritual realms”, Exhibition Review, Christopher Cutts Gallery, Globe and Mail, (September 24): C2
1992 Jean Dumont, “Art Visuels”, Exhibition Review, Galerie Brenda Wallace, La Presse, (January)
Chris Hume, “Sculptor Bends Steel to Suit Symbolic Designs”, Exhibition Review, Glendon Gallery, Toronto Star, (January 31): D
Kate Taylor, “Plumbing the depths of metal and paper”, Globe and Mail, (January 24): C8
Doug Bale, “Eloquence Understated in Artist’s Work”, Exhibition Review, Thielsen Gallery, London Free Press, (November 14)
1989 John Bentley Mays, “The New Map-Making: Artworks that Chart a Spiritual Course”, Globe and Mail, (July 22): C4.
Shelley Lawson, “Ed Zelenak’s Exhibition a Process of self-Discovery”, Exhibition Review, London Regional Art and Historical Museums, London Free Press, (July 8)
Paul March, “Ed Zelenak”, Ontario Living, (June)
1986 Goldie Rans, Exhibition Review, Canadian Art, (Spring)
John Bentley Mays, Exhibition Review, “Matter for Consideration”, Harbourfront Art Gallery, Globe and Mail, (January 26)
1984 Kate Taylor, “Comfort, Fear Combined in Zelenak Sculptures”, London Free Press, (March 8) 1984
1983 John Bentley Mays, “Artist’s Works Maintain Dialogue”, Globe and Mail, (April 9)
“Ed Zelenak – Forest City Gallery and Harbourfront Art Gallery”, Exhibition Review, Vanguard Magazine, (Fall)
1979 Dennis Kucherawy, “Sculpture Keeps Changing,” London Free Press, (February): D13.
“West Lorne Sculptor Wins Grant”, London Free Press, (September 26): D12
1978 Meriké Weiler, “Art: The Shape of Things That Have Already Come”, Maclean’s, (June 26) 58-59
James Purdie, “A Battle for a Name Over a Number”, Exhibition Review, Carmen Lamanna Gallery, Globe and Mail, (February 4)
James Purdie, Exhibition Review, Globe and Mail, (October 9)
Badanna Zack, “10th International Sculpture Symposium”, Exhibition Review, artmagazine, (November/December)
1977 Lenore Crawford, “Sculpture Gets a Protective Coating”, London Free Press, (March 6)
1974 Joe Bodolai, “An artscanada Symposium — Sculpture: A Rebirth of Humanism, with Michael Snow, Walter Redinger, Robin Mackenzie, Ron Thom, Hugh LeRoy, Joan M. Vastokas, Ed Zelenak, Steve Irwin, Robert Murray, and K.C. Stanley”, artscanada (Autumn): nos. 190-91
1973 “Zelenak”, artscanada, vol. 3 no. 3 (August): 75
Roald Nasgaard, artscanada, vol. 3 no. 1 (June)
James Auer, The Milwaukee Journal, (May)
1971 Time Magazine, (September 27): 7
F. Schulze, Globe and Mail, (April 17)
Charles Benbow, Globe and Mail, (March 4)
The Evening Star, Washington, D.C., (July 27)
B. Siegel, The Washington Post, (July 27)
1970 Time Magazine, “In Search of Innovation”, (December 7)
Canada aujourd’hui, Paris, no. 10 (January 1970)
Barry Lord, Toronto Daily Star, March 26: 34
1969 John Noel Chandler, “Redinger and Zelenak”, artscanada, vol. 126 no. 2 (April): 23
Victor Coleman, “A Lot of Guys Went Down”, artscanada, vol. 126 no. 2 (April): 23-28
Kay Kritwiser, Globe and Mail, (June 11):12
P. Robinson, The Telegram, (May 10)
Michael Pepiat, “Paris Letter”, Exhibition Review, Art International, vol. 8 no. 9 (November)
B. Hale, Toronto Daily Star, (June 7)
Jared Sable, “Sensuous Auspicious Debut”, Exhibition Review, Carmen Lamanna Gallery,The Telegram, (June 7)
Studio International, vol. 1-178 #915
Yvonne Granet, “La Vie des Arts au Canada”, Exhibition Review, La Galerie des Arts, La Presse, (15 septembre)
Barry Lord, “What London Ontario Has That Everywhere Else Needs”, Art in America, No. 5, (September/October)
Le Monde, “A la 6ieme Biennale des Jeunes Artistes”, La Galerie de France, Exhibition Review, Le Monde, (9 octobre)
Suzanne Tenand, “Plaisir de Voir”, La Galerie de France, Exhibition Review, La Tribune des Nations, (17 octobre)
Daniel Abadie, “Peinture Chef-Lieu Ottawa”, Exhibition Review , La Galerie des Arts, Le Soleil, Quebec, (15 octobre)
Catherine Millet, “Six Canadiens et le Plexiglas”, La Galerie de France, Exhibition Review, Les Lettres françaises, (20 octobre)
Robin Skelton, “Sixieme Biennale des Jeunes Artistes et Canada Tendences Axtuelles”, Arts Canada, (December)
1968 ”The Arts”, Time Magazine, (June 28): 10
Geoffery James, “The Arts”, Time Magazine, (September 27): 20
Anita Aarons, Allied Arts Catalogue, Art for Architecture, Royal Architectural Institute of Canada, Vol. 2 Nos 49-89, (October 1968): 8
Toronto Life (August 1968): 30-33
Barry Lord, “The Maple Moose Forever”, The Star Weekly Weekend Magazine, vol. 18 no. 49, 10-16
Barry Lord, “Tobacco Fields of Home Provide Sculptor’s Cash”, Kitchener-Waterloo Record, (August 3)
“Young Artists”, artscanada (August 1968): 23
artscanada (October-November 1968): 8, 43, 44
G. Dexter, The Toronto Star, (June 15): 30
G. James, “The Heart of London”, Vie des Arts, vol. 53 (Winter 1968/69)
1967 “Centennial Art Exhibition”, Exhibition Review, London Free Press, (October 28)
1964 Michael Vickers, “Finds Old Fishing Shack Ideal Spot for Studio”, London Free Press, (September 12): 19
“Looking for Clues”, McIntosh Art Gallery, UWO, London Free Press

BOOKS

Art Allsorts: Writings on Art & Artists, John Grande, (Montreal; Random Tree Editions / Go If Press, 2008)
The Best of Contemporary Art, Joan Murray, (Hurtig, 1988)

PUBLIC COLLECTIONS

Albright College Freeman Gallery, Reading, PA
Appleton Museum, Ocala, Florida
Art Gallery of Algoma, Sault Ste. Marie, ON
Art Gallery of Elgin, St. Thomas, ON
Art Gallery of Hamilton, Hamilton, ON
Art Gallery of North York, North York, ON
Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, ON
Art Gallery of Victoria, Victoria, BC
Art Gallery of Windsor, Windsor, ON
Canada Council Art Bank, Ottawa, ON
Carelton College, Northfield, MN
Carelton University Art Gallery, Ottawa, ON
Chicago Athenaeum, Chicago, Illinois
Concordia Art Gallery, Concordia University, Montreal, PQ
Confederation Art Gallery, Charlottetown, PEI
Czech Museum of Fine Art, Prague, Czech Republic
De Paul University Art Gallery, Chicago, Illinois
Department of External Affairs, Ottawa, ON
Department of Public Works – Federal, Ottawa, ON
Department of Public Works – Provincial, Toronto, ON
London Regional Art Gallery, London, ON
Lynnwood Art Centre, Simcoe, ON
Mackenzie Art Gallery, Regina, Sask.
McIntosh Gallery, University of Western Ontario, London, ON
Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK
Musee Cantonale des Beaux Arts, Lausanne, Switzerland
Musee de Joliette, Joliette, PQ
Museum of Fine Arts, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL
National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, ON
Ontario Arts Council, Toronto, ON
R.E. Wilson Art Gallery, Huntington University, Huntington, Indiana
Rothman’s Art Gallery, Stratford, ON
Samek Gallery, Bucknell University, Lewisburg, PA
The Edmonton Art Gallery, Edmonton, AB
Ukranian Institute of Art, Chicago, Illinois
Woodstock Art Gallery, Woodstock, ON
Wright State University Galleries, Dayton, OH
York University, Downsview, ON

Ed Zelenak “Musings on the In-Between”

May 14 - June 6 - 2015


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Art and Value II

March 1 - March 29 - 2014


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Art and Value

February 12 - March 16 - 2013


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Murray Favro & Ed Zelenak

September 10 - September 24 - 2011


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Ed Zelenak “Selected Works 1970-2010”

September 4 - September 25 - 2010


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