Maybe I’m finally finding a way to loosen up in my drawings?! … exciting days.
Several years ago I played with this concept of oil paint becoming sculpture, and having some fun with it’s beautiful frosting-like consistency. I’m currently revisiting these, considering them in a more formal, sculptural context.
I’m having a wonderful day in the studio, listening to vintage Artist Lectures… A few gems from Agnes Martin, that I felt were very worth sharing (and remembering always): “When it comes to life, you don’t want to under do it, it’s better to over do life.” And, one that I know my friends at … Continue reading Agnes Martin
A strange, unsuccessful drawing, I think. But I have to say, that I do like the way that the monofilament distorts the line…
Let the melt begin!
As a part of the exhibition: ART BANK: Exposé on in Toronto now (until Jan.16th, 2015) – I was reunited with a piece that I made 16 years ago. Yes. SIXTEEN years!! ‘Brancusi’s Cup’ is made exclusively of rubber bands (and an exact copy of Brancusi’s ‘Cup’), it is owned by the Canada Council Art Bank. … Continue reading Past and Present…
I’ll be a part of a group show and panel discussion, hosted by the Canada Council. Exhibition: November 3, 2014 to January 16, 2015 Panel discussion: The Evolution of Contemporary Canadian Art: 4 Decades – 4 Perspectives (Nov.6th) First Canadian Place Gallery, Toronto 100 King Street West – Street Level (gallery is near the Adelaide … Continue reading Art Bank Exposé