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Category Archives: Abstracted Geometrics

Trevor Gould: Darwin’s Nose
February 24 to April 15, 2012

Dunlop Art Gallery
Regina Public Library, Central Branch
2311 – 12th Avenue
Regina, Saskatchewan

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An outside view of Ben Navaee Gallery where my Solo Show: Nature Abstracted opened today. The reception was held from 3-4:30 pm and as you can see following the links on youtube there was a good response from the public. The Abstracted Landscapes were a hit!

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Installation is complete! It is looking really good, statement, labels, prints, range of sizes of paintings; all hung ready to show for tomorrow’s reception at 3pm. I’m really pleased, even a little thrilled that this Solo Show is happening 🙂

My Solo Show will be installed tomorrow. One day left to tie up the lose ends of edges and second coats on a couple of paintings; as well as a few hooks and wires and I’m set. I refuse to panic, by telling myself ‘it will get done’. Thank goodness the details of the statement, labels and prints are completed! 🙂

Image taken from my camera during my painting process

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Mentally I’m thinking of myself as a creatively nuanced machine that is mass producing ‘my masterpieces’ for the upcoming Solo Show at Ben Navaee’s Gallery. Even pausing for tea or food seems to be too much 🙂

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My studio showing half of the Exhibition paintings about half way completed. I’m feeling some panic, knowing though that I can get them to the state of presentation.

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Opening Reception:
Saturday February 18th 3-4:30pm
Exhbition Dates: February 18th to 27th

For Nature Abstracted, her first Solo Exibition, Toronto artist Carolyn Scanlan uses a new approach to her
creative practice, by articulating her concept through photography, working with the computer, resulting in a series of layered landscapes that explore the different ways the mind conveys forms into reality.

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Patrick Mahon & Barbara Balfour reception February 18 @ Katzman Kamen Gallery, Toronto

The exhibition runs from February 14th to March 4th
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Katzman Kamen Gallery, 80 Spadina Ave., Suite #406, Toronto

Scott Bergey describes his work as contemporary with a familiar retro feeling. The southern Ontario based artist started painting as a hobby and today “builds from simple things – a piece of paper, a brush – but challenge myself to explore.”

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A detail photograph of four of my completed paintings, taken on my ‘presentation wall’ aka the dining room 🙂 I’m a third of the way finished my paintings for the Solo Exhibit Nature Abstracted, on February 18th-27th at The Ben Navaee Gallery.

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