• Hamilton Now: Object at Art Gallery of Hamilton

    Hamilton Now: Object at Art Gallery of Hamilton

    Hamilton Now: Object -- Art Gallery of Hamilton

    Opening reception: Sunday, February 3rd - 3 to 5pm

    [https://www.artgalleryofhamilton.com/exhibition/hamilton-now-object/]

    DONNA AKREY | CHRISTOPHER REID FLOCK | DESTINY GRIMM | HAMILTON PERAMBULATORY UNIT (HPU) | SVAVA THORDIS JULIUSSON | CARMELA LAGANSE | LAURA MAROTTA | TAIEN NG-CHAN | PERSONS


    As a statement on the incredible number of artists working in Hamilton, including many who are newly arrived, the Hamilton Now exhibition is in two parts. The second phase, called Object, focuses mainly on sculptors. This large group exhibition offers fresh experiences of various material and conceptual approaches to the medium. Works include architectural explorations of place, hybridized clay sculptures, textile works and an interactive digital video project that incorporates a sculptural map of Hamilton.

    Image: Ouroboros, etc., (The Telling) *excerpt
    2012 - 2018
    shredded personal and financial documents, wood panel

  • OUROBOROS etc., (Bitter as Her Name) at Gallery Stratford

    OUROBOROS etc., (Bitter as Her Name) at Gallery Stratford

    Pleased to share that I will be presenting new work as part of a solo exhibition at Gallery Stratford, in Stratford Ontario - May 12 to July 15, 2018.

    There is a public reception Friday, May 11, 7pm to pm
    And I will be presenting a talk in the gallery on Sunday, June 10 at 2pm

    www.gallerystratford.on.ca/exhibits/sva?

  • Recent Aquisition - McMaster Museum of Art

    Recent Aquisition - McMaster Museum of Art

    Klumpur #1, #2, #3, 2014
    polypropylene rope and cable ties
    Purchase, 2017

    museum.mcmaster.ca/about/news/acquisiti?

  • Sumar/Summer

    Sumar/Summer

    Sumar/Summer -- Selected works by North Icelandic artists
    Akureyri Art Museum, Ketilhús
    June 10 - August 27 2017

    For the second time Akureyri Art Museum holds an extensive exhibition of works by artists from North Iceland. For the first exhibition, Autumn, the Museum received close to 100 applications and works by 30 artists were selected. As previously artists apply to participate, send in their work as well as information, before March 1st 2017. A jury of five people will review the applications and select works for the exhibition.

    The exhibition is meant to reflect the diverse range of art being created in North Iceland and to spark discussions on the status of artists and art in North Iceland. A catalogue will be published and guided tours will be offered regularly with participating artists.

    Curator: Hlynur Hallsson.