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Unlimited Growth Increases the Divide

Dumb as a Painter, Antoni Wojtyra & Jason Gowans
November 15 - December 28, 2013
Gallery 295, Vancouver

Unlimited Growth Increases the Divide

Dumb as a Painter, Antoni Wojtyra & Jason Gowans

November 15 - December 28, 2013

Gallery 295, Vancouver

(Source: gallery295.com)

Sreshta Rit Premnath, &&& from The Last Image, Tony Wight Gallery, 2012

Sreshta Rit Premnath, &&& from The Last Image, Tony Wight Gallery, 2012

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Keith Allyn Spencer
How to Greet Your Dying Father, fine artist fine canvas, student grade acrylic paint for professionals, abandoned plywood, staples, 48.9493930″ tall +-, 2012 – Installed and left in abandoned home, Providence, RI.

Keith Allyn Spencer

How to Greet Your Dying Father, fine artist fine canvas, student grade acrylic paint for professionals, abandoned plywood, staples, 48.9493930″ tall +-, 2012 – Installed and left in abandoned home, Providence, RI.

Elizabeth Zvonar
Harry Elephantphoto print of a handcut collage23.5” X 29”2013

Elizabeth Zvonar

Harry Elephantphoto print of a handcut collage
23.5” X 29”
2013

(Source: elizabethzvonar.com)

Benjamin Brett

Untitled
Oil on canvas235 x 188 cm

Benjamin Brett

Untitled

Oil on canvas235 x 188 cm

Jesse Walton
BURLAPS #2-3, 2012 acrylic and oil on burlap 15"x 15" each
Forrest BessUntitled (The Crowded Mind/The Void)Oil on Canvas10 x 11 3/4 inches1947

Forrest Bess
Untitled (The Crowded Mind/The Void)
Oil on Canvas
10 x 11 3/4 inches
1947

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Bilder/Pictures

New paintings by Val Nelson

Roger Herman’s studio

Roger Herman’s studio

(Source: rogerherman.net)

Sean Alward, Growth 3, acrylic and linen, 2013, 60” x 84”

Sean Alward, Growth 3, acrylic and linen, 2013, 60” x 84”

(Source: seanalward.com)

RELAX A LITTLE; ONE OF YOUR MOST CELEBRATED NERVOUS TICS WILL BE YOUR UNDOING.

MATTHEW BROWN, JENNIFER CHAN, CHRISTIAN MAYCHACK AND NADIA BELERIQUE

MAR 21 TO APR 20, 2012 at Narwhal (Toronto)

Drawn from a poem by Frank O’Hara, our verbose title evokes the image of The Artist as a perennially obsessive character flirting with the risk of psychic and formal unraveling in the fervent pursuit of their aesthetic ends. The artwork thus becomes a kind of working-through, a worried-over wound. This exhibition will bring together three artists working idiosyncratically in painting, sculpture and video; together their works conjure a wide array of gestural tics and anxious processes, which boldy open up avenues for creation and – just as importantly – its undoing.

New work up at Gallery 295, Vancouver, until April 13, 2013.

Andrea Pinheiro

Jacinthe Lessard

Jenny G

Laurie Kang

Patryk Stasieczek 

Jered Sprecher
Tree, 16” x 12”, 2010

Jered Sprecher

Tree, 16” x 12”, 2010

Jered Sprecher
Release, 16”x 12”, 2011

Jered Sprecher

Release, 16”x 12”, 2011