Jason McLean: if you could read my mind
McIntosh Gallery, UWO
September 27 - November 3, 2012
Jason McLean: if you could read my mind includes 57 works completed since the artist returned to London, Ontario after living in Vancouver and Toronto and traveling extensively in North America and Europe. These drawings, paintings and sculptures form an idiosyncratic visual record of his experiences and perceptions, which, as the artist puts it, act as "a rhizomatic diary that pictorially represents my relationship with local environments." McLean's chronic mapping captures, with dazzling vertigo, his restless movements through an ever-changing terrain of cultural and social relations. Everything from fragments of popular culture to quotidian experiences appears...
Diana Thorneycroft "Nighthawks (with Tippi and Jack)", Chromogenic Photograph, 2012, 23 x 30 in. Edition of 12. Lot 47
Diana Thorneycroft and Erin McSavaney to be featured in the upcoming Art With Heart, Casey House Auction
Now in its 19th year, Art with Heart has raised nearly $5 million cumulatively in support of Casey House community programs.
Auction Wednesday, October 17, 2012 @ The Carlu
More Information HERE: http://artwithheart.ca/
Diana Thorneycroft's photograph "Nighthawks (with Tippi and Jack)" is from her new suite of photographs which focuses southward, to the United States of America. The backdrop is a reproduction of "The Nighthawks" by...
Ashleigh Bartlett, Turtle Tips, Oil & Acrylic on Board, 2012, 48 x 52 in.
This exhibition is part of the Calgary 2012 initiative and features 30 local artists under the age of 30, among them Ashleigh Bartlett.
Art Gallery of Calgary on until December 21.
View more Ashleigh Bartlett paintings HERE
Moving Everything Everywhere All the Time 2012 now on view at London's VIA rail Station by James Kirkpatrick & Jamie Q
Digital print on aluminium composite panel, 2.74 x 4.58 m
In the summer of 2009, James Kirkpatrick and Jamie Q embarked on a creative book project that brought them through five Canadian towns and cities: Halifax, Sackville, Montreal, Toronto, and London. They called this project A Journey Through Time & Shapes.
The journey started in London, as the team began creating images for their book. The artwork Moving Everything Everywhere All The Time 2012, commissioned for the city’s VIA Rail station, is based on one of these images—one of a series of twelve paintings and collages that became the basis for their book...