THE EDITION 2014
Exciting news -- the complete Edition folios have now arrived at Winsor Gallery. Featuring work by Fiona Ackerman, Bill Anderson, Bradley Harms, Brian Howell, and Gary Pearson, these elegantly presented portfolios are the perfect introduction to collecting for the art enthusiast in your life.
Join us for the official Edition launch on Thursday, December 4th from 6:00-8:00pm. The artists will be present and refreshments will be served.
Fiona Ackerman, Untitled, 2014. Archival inkjet print on paper. Edition of 15.
With this print, Fiona Ackerman marries her colourful abstract painting with her studio paintings series. Using painted paper and mirrors; Fiona creates and arranges a real physical space, which she then transforms into an abstract composition using photography.
Bill Anderson, A is for Aesthetic, 2014. Archival inkjet print on paper, Edition of 15.
Bill Anderson’s interest in representing perception is extended to his interpretation of the colour-blind test, “A is for Aesthetic.”
Bradley Harms, Untitled, 2014. Archival inkjet print on paper. Edition of 15.
Bradley Harms' work addresses the manner in which we perceive painting, manipulating the ideas of surface, form, and our notion of perfection. This hot pink composition is built from cut-away pieces of larger works, demonstrating the cyclical nature of his practice.
Brian Howell, Vegas, 2014. Archival inkjet print on paper. Edition of 15.
Known for approaching micro-cultures of America with equal parts rigorous conceptualism and photojournalistic boldness, Howell reminds us of the fading glory of the West with his photographic print, “Vegas.”
In View of Okanagan Lake, Gary Pearson brings his noir narratives to a local environment. In his signature gritty style, Pearson’s copperplate etching replaces the idyllic lakeside view with a voyeuristic glimpse of the colourful characters that frequent its shores.
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