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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.
In 2015 he had a '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.
Leo Yerxa (1947-2017)
Leo Yerxa was born in 1947 on the Little Eagle Reserve, Couchiching First Nation, in northwestern Ontario. He was an award-winning writer, illustrator and artist who studied graphic arts at Algonquin College in Ottawa and fine arts at the University of Waterloo. He wrote and illustrated Last Leaf, First Snowflake to Fall, which won the 1994 Mr. Christie's Book Award. He received the Governor General's award for illustration in 1996 for his exceptional book Ancient Thunder. In his art, he has approached an array of themes and subject matter on canvas and paper. Yerxa had many solo exhibitions including Thunder Bay Center for Indian Art and Native American Museum in Zurich. A retrospective show is planned for the Thunder Bay Art Gallery.
Cosmic Fish, Aquatint on Paper, Framed
Neil Harrison, Grid #1, Felt marker on paper, Framed
Neil Harrison, Group 1, Felt Marker and Graphite on Newsprint, Framed
Neil Harrison, Black Square, Felt marker on paper, Framed
Neil Harrison, Group 2, Felt Marker and Graphite on Newsprint, Framed
Leo Yerxa, Standing in the Twilight of The Canadian Dream, Graphite on Paper, 2017, Framed