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John Greer has exhibited his work since 1967 extensively in Canada, USA, Korea and Europe.
He taught sculpture for 26 years as full Professor at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design in Halifax, Nova Scotia. In this position his thinking and teaching has shaped and influenced contemporary sculpture and three-dimensional art practice in Canada.
He has an upcoming 'RetroActive' solo show at Art Gallery of Nova Scotia.
Neil Harrison’s paintings concern location, boundary, margin and the engagement between form and space. His figures moderate between simplicity and complexity, curvilinear and rectilinear, open and closed, particular and whole.
Neil Harrison (b.1981, Winnipeg) holds a Bachelor of Science from the University of Victoria, British Columbia (2004), and a Masters of Fine Art from York University, Toronto (2013). His work has been exhibited in Canada and Switzerland. He is represented at Art Mur, Montreal, and Angell Gallery in Toronto. He received honourable mention in the 15th Annual RBC Canadian Painting Competition in 2013.
Tammi Campbell lives and works in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Her art practice is primarily concerned with painting. In her latest work, she employs the mechanics of modernist painting - its materials, tools, vernacular, and focus on the formal element of painting - to shift meanings and materials into new forms. Campbell alludes to the process of painting (v) a painting (n). The paintings address their own making through the materiality of paint - they are uncanny representations of seemingly unfinished works. Paint is applied and shaped meticulously to resemble basic materials such as adhesive tape. Contrary to the hard-edge, geometric, structured, systematic language of the works, there are small flaws and imperfections that expose the process of making the paintings - drips, small tears, pencil marks, smudges, curled edges - that Campbell decidedly exploits and embraces as part of the process. The finished works are at once complete and incomplete, abstract and real, referential and self-referential. The production process is visible in the work, as the painting speaks about art history and the act of making, rather than the end result.
Tammi Campbell is represented by Galerie Hughes Charbonneau in Montreal.
Loraine Gilbert has been producing and exhibiting photographic works since 1978. These works have been featured in solo, group and two-person exhibitions such as Global Nature, a Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography Traveling Exhibition, and The Tree: From the Sublime to the Social at The Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver, BC, both recent touring exhibitions. In the summer of 2012, her large botanical murals were exhibited in 'Flora and Fauna', an exhibition curated by Ann Thomas and Andrea Kunard, at the National Gallery of Canada, also a touring exhibition.
Kevin Rodgers is an artist whose varied practice examines the tensions between two seemingly diametrical opposites—withdrawal (physical, spiritual, political, aesthetic) and action. In 2014, he initiated an ongoing research and artistic project called The Free Dependent.
Cosmic Fish, Aquatint on Paper
Tammi Campbell, Dear Agnes (October 2012, Day 6), 2012, graphite on folded Kozo Japanese paper, 11” x 8 ½”
Bullrushes, Pigment Inks on Archival Paper, 2008
Kevin Rodgers, In Friendship-In Reverence-In Love, Part 1 of a trilogy of sculptures.