For the month of August and into September, Gallery Jones will be featuring a collection of artwork from gallery artists, including Chris Woods, Otto Rogers, James Nizam, Peter Aspell, Tricia Cline, George Vergette and Alex McLeod, among others.
Dion Kliner, is recipient of the 2014 Adolph & Esther Gottlieb Foundation Grant, that honours the dedication of mature & senior artists. Read more about the foundation & Adolph Gottlieb, who played a significant role in the Abstract Expressionist movement: http://gottliebfoundation.org/.
Sculpture below: Dion Kliner, Club Foot, 2013,19” x 9” x 11”, plaster, burlap, and steel.
The Fund for the Arts on the North Shore Society (FANS) acknowledges local artists living on Vancouver’s North Shore who have achieved national and international recognition in their field.
Pierre Coupey’s career spans five decades and is marked by significant contributions to the Canadian cultural landscape through writing, painting, printmaking and photo work. He was a founding Co-Editor of The Georgia Straight and the founding Editor ofThe Capilano Review. He has published several books of poetry, chapbooks and catalogues, and exhibited in solo and group shows nationally and internationally. His work is represented in numerous private and public collections in Canada, the United States, Japan and Europe.
Gallery Jones is participating in ART TORONTO, October 25 – 28 held at the Metro Toronto Convection Centre. Opening Night Preview, October 24th, benefiting the Art Gallery of Ontario.
Look for us at Booth 718. We will be featuring work by Danny Singer and Brendan Tang.
Brendan Tang, Manga Ormolu Version 4.0p, 2012, ceramic & mixed media, 27” x 12” x 12”
To read more & see an image of Schossig’s work, check out this article written by Rob Marks:
This survey show of Pierre Coupey’s work, featuring some 40 key paintings on canvas and paper, presents a snapshot of his practice from 1976 to the present. Selected by curators Darrin Morrison for the West Vancouver Museum and Astrid Heyerdahl for the Art Gallery at the Evergreen Cultural Centre in Coquitlam, these concurrent exhibitions span four decades of the artist’s work and reveal a number of his themes and concerns, from the public realm of geo-political conflict to the cosmological realm of poetry and literature. In these two exhibitions the curators present a close-up look at Coupey’s trajectory as a painter, and on the consequences –– the contradictions and tensions deeply embedded in his abstract canvasses –– of his decision to obey, however ironically, metaphorically, Matisse’s impossible admonition in Jazz to “cut out the tongue” and paint.
The exhibitions are accompanied by a full colour catalogue with an essay by Lary Timewell Bremner.