Volumes: Works in Paper
November 29, 2013 - January 19, 2014
Opening Reception: November 28, 2013, 7-9pm
Volumes explores sculptural and structural works on (and ‘in’) paper, including installation and large-scale printmaking, painting, ceramics and paper-cut. Featuring works from the permanent collection by Pat Martin Bates, Myra Eadie, Bob Evermon, Margaret May, Teresa Ilene Redden, Douglas Quiring, and others, as well as new works by emerging artists Maggie Boyd, Graham Landin, Nicole Ondre and Jennifer Rose Sciarrino.
Selected Artist Biographies
Maggie Boyd is a locally-based artist who works in drawing and ceramics. She teaches ceramics and has completed commissioned work held within many private collections. For this exhibition Boyd presents a number of household objects rendered in the medium of paper clay. Maggie Boyd holds a BFA from NSCAD University in Halifax.
Graham Landin is a local artist whose has lived and exhibited in many locations across North America. Landin works in both painting and sculpture, and for this exhibition he works several of his trademark figures out from the flat surface of the canvas into the third dimension. Landin is currently completing his degree at Emily Carr University of Art and Design and facilitates Sunset Terrace Studios in Vancouver.
Nicole Ondre is a Vancouver-based painter who has exhibited extensively in Canada and internationally, most recently with Benzulli Zeigt in Dusseldorf, Germany, CSA Space, and in After Finitude at the Or Gallery in Vancouver. She is the winner of the 2012 Contemporary Art Society Emerging Artist’s Prize. Ondre holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Emily Carr University of Art and Design and has recently begun to exhibit internationally. She is currently completing her MFA in Germany.
Jennifer Rose Sciarrino (born in Toronto, 1983) works in photography, sculpture and installation that engages forms in the natural environment, playing with sculptural surface and mimicry. Currently based in Toronto, Sciarrino received her BFA at Ryerson University in 2006. She has exhibited her work in a number of group shows in Toronto including Red Bull 381 Projects (2009), The Power Plant (2011) and The Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art (2012). She is represented by Daniel Faria Gallery.
Sunday, December 1, 1-4pm: Free Family Sunday. Join us for an interactive experience that combines the gallery exhibition with hands-on studio activity, which include making 3D paperwork. No registration required. All ages.
Saturday, December 14, 12-1pm: Lunch B.A.G Day. Register here.