Jim Turner Art Collection event
Toronto house tour of Art Collectors houses. September 9, 2015 1:00 -5:00
This is a new exhibiton at Gallery M in Cambridge opening July 10, 4-9pm.
OUT OF BOUNDS
Etobicoke Civic Centre Gallery
Zora Buchanan Susan Collacott Bianka Guna
Lila Lewis Irving Vallery Mokrytzki Bill Philipovich
Ina Puchala Julita Sidonia Wolanska
399 The West Mall M9C2Y2 416 394-8628
Preview January 24-26 8:30-4:30, wknds 2-5
January 24-February 28, 2013 Opening Reception: Sunday January 27 2013 2-4PM
Press Release: Art Gallery of Mississauga,
Genius Loci Curator | R. Stuart Keeler
September 13 – November 4, 2012
Contemporary artists re-imagine and respond to iconic visual art depictions of the Canadian landscape.
Opening Reception: Thursday, September 13, 6 pm
All are invited to attend the Opening Reception. Admission is FREE.
Yael Brotman, Susan Collacott, Kara Hamilton, Micah Lexier, Immony Men, Don Maynard, Jon Sasaki, Aman Sandhu, Swapnaa Temhane, Jessica Thompson, Gu Xiong
Artworks from THE MCMICHAEL CANADIAN ART COLLECTION
and THE TOM THOMSON GALLERY
FREE bus from The Gladstone Hotel (1214 Queen St W, Toronto) at 6pm to the Reception. Bus returns at 8pm.
Opening Night Performance, How to Draw a Drawing, by Swapnaa Tehane and Aman Sandhu
ART GALLERY OF MISSISSAUGA
300 City Centre Drive, Mississauga ON L5B 3C1
905 896 5088
M, T, W, F 10-5 Thurs 10-8 Sat, Sun 12-4
A.J. Casson, Franklin Carmichael, Emily Carr, Lawren Harris, A.Y. Jackson, David Milne, Tom Thomson, F.H. Varley
Photo ED magezine
Photo Ed. Spring 2009: The Altered Image - Issue 22
Editor Felix Rosso
2010 Oakville Arts Magazine Summer
2008 PhotoEd magazine, Spring, 'The Altered Image',
2008 Expressions Jacqueline, Auteures: Julie Boisvert,
04/2006 NOW Toronto Magazine, David Jager - ‘Nature as
2006 Oakville Art Council Arts about Town: Spring 2006 Issue,
2006 Now Toronto Magazine, David Jager, Nature as
2006 Bits, Japanese online magazine Atsuko, Hirotsuka
2000 Toronto Star, Peter Goddard, Dec.
1977 An Illustrated Dictionary of Pop Art by Jose Pierre,
translated by W.J. Strachan, Chevalier des arts et letters,
Publisher - Eyre Methuen , London EC4P 4EE
1972-73 Canadian Artists in Exhibition, Publisher - Roundstone,
'Susan Collacott superimposes images of fossils in digital prints that celebrate nature.Nature as unstoppable force: Works by Susan Collacott suggest the resiliency of the natural world.'
By DAVID JAGER NOW Toronto
In contemporary art, landscape often serves as a neutral means to a highly theoretical or conceptual end. So it's unusual when an artist's approach to the landscape is unapologetically rooted in reverence for the natural world itself.
Susan Collacott' s digital prints radiate a primordial earthiness and an immense sense of geological time. Inserted or superimposed images of fossils lend the landscape photos an even more organic sense of untamed nature.
Collacott burnishes her surfaces and textures, suggesting the shimmer of water or the roughness of volcanic rock, to give the prints a rawness much like lithographs or woodblock prints. The two paintings here might be termed gestural or abstract but are really anything but. Their rhythms and colours are closer to visual echoes of natural patterns: autumn leaves reflected in the surface of a lake, or kelp strands twining around reefs of coral. They are distillations of visual experience from the natural world into swirls of pattern and colour.
Collacott's use of fossils recalls the thousands of once-flourishing species that have come and gone over the last 6 billion years. Her vision of nature centres around an earth that may shrug off any trace of our own passing. Nature has been around for much longer than we have, Collacott's work seems to say, and it will outlive us.
Susan Collacott at the Engine Gallery (1112 Queen West) to April 29.
NOW MAGAZINE www.nowtoronto.com April 20 - 26, 2006
TORONTO'S MILLES FEMMES Photographs by PIERRE MARAVAL
'The artistic landscape of Toronto – celebrated in the faces of 1,000 magnificent women'
French artist Pierre Maraval calls his photo exhibitions ‘‘human landscapes,'' each a collection of 1,000 portraits of individuals linked by a common characteristic or shared passion. Athletes, AIDS workers, Internet pioneers, and women from some of the world's greatest cities are among those whom Maraval has celebrated since he began his project in '93. Now he turns his lens on Toronto and the women who enrich the city's flourishing cultural scene through Toronto's Mille Femmes.
Toronto's Mille Femmes is a tribute to 1,000 artistic, creative and inspiring women from Toronto and their protégés, who embody the passion and heritage of the city. Architects, actors, dancers, designers, journalists, musicians and others have been chosen in recognition of their achievements and leadership in their field. Joined together, the 1,000 portraits will become a visual network, a chain of recognition that celebrates not only an extraordinary community of women, but also the creative character and diversity of Toronto.
My art evolves from the mysteries of nature, earthly phenomena of creation, process and memory. Each painting is an interpretation of my experiences with the natural world from travels to dinosaur resting places, coral reefs and volcanic sites around the world.
You will find portfolios of paintings in series and photo digital work. Earlier work can be seen on the ccca.ca web archive .
Digital work has been a fairly new venture for me starting with the Earth Evidence series of dark 18X24 prints.(see Constructed Digital Photos)
I would welcome any queries as to the purchase, exhibition or placement of my artwork through designers.