Lounging

Acrylic, graphite, conte on paper mounted on birch panel (2020)

Size: w 9 ” x h 12″ x d 1.5″

Time/Lines, my current solo show, has had an extended run at the Art Noise Gallery and is coming now to an end on Saturday (12 September). The store is open for browsing, as is the gallery. Thank you to Art Noise staff and patrons for your support! Stay well and be kind.

Leaning In (II)

Acrylic, graphite, water soluble crayon on paper mounted on birch panel (2020)

Size: w 12″ x h 10″ x d 1.5″

This work is from the Lines half of my show, Time/Lines, now on exhibit at Art Noise Gallery until August 8th (https://www.artnoise.ca/gallery.html). In addition to the virtual show, it is now possible to view it in person by appointment — see a bit of how the show looks hung on the gallery’s bamboos walls: https://www.facebook.com/artnoisestore

My new website continues to expand as I add images and information: https://www.npaulvisualart.com/

Nereids Join ‘La Danse’

Nereids Join (I)

Acrylic, graphite and coloured gesso on birch panel

Nereids Join (II)

Size (each): 8″ x 8″ x 1.6″

Nereids Join (III)

In my Nereids series of paintings, a tiny pair of luminous elven-like figures explore at my behest distant lands, seas and sky, the underworld and the tops of mountains; they are the agents of my empathetic imagination.  The fifty Nereids of Greek mythology were gentle, unremarkable maidens who lived at the bottom of the sea.  In my work they exemplify the humility needed to understand, to connect.

“Nereids Join La Danse” I, II, and III, with a nod to Henri Matisse in particular, celebrate artists of integrity great and small. They will be on display at the Isabel Bader Centre, Art and Media Lab, Queen’s University in Kingston, Canada (March 16-27) as part of the exhibit “The Politics of the Artist’s Footprint” https://www.facebook.com/events/125247775582098/

Life Lines/ Red Lines (1)

Acrylic, graphite, gesso on wood panel; Diptych (2019)

Size: w 12″ x h 16″ (x two)

This work, as well as Life Lines/ Red Lines (2), is currently on exhibit in the juried show, “Seeing Red,” at the Marianne van Silfhout Gallery (St Lawrence College, Brockville Ontario campus) until November 22nd.