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Wayne Eastcott: From the Collection and Promised Gifts

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Wayne Eastcott: From the Collection and Promised Gifts
July 25-September 18, 2017
McGill Library | 4595 Albert Street 


When Lower Mainland artist and art educator Wayne Eastcott packed up his archive in preparation for his recent move to Japan in 2016, he uncovered and made available a number of prints that complement previous works by him that have been part of the City of Burnaby Permanent Art Collection since the 1980s. 

Wayne graduated from the Vancouver School of Art in 1968. He began teaching at Capilano University in 1971 and founded the university’s much celebrated printmaking department in 1978. He has long been recognized as one of Canadian printmaking’s greatest innovators. A solo exhibition entitled The Printed Painting was held at the Burnaby Art Gallery in 1988 and featured over sixty prints in various media, including some of the work in this exhibition.

Image Credit: Wayne Eastcott, Diagram Lambda (detail), serigraph, 1980, City of Burnaby Permanent Art Collection.