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Nick’s Place

This is a scan of a small photo-collage I made this afternoon, which I call Nick’s Place. It’s made up of parts of photos taken at two different trout streams. The mossy landscape parts and the single tree come from the canyon stretch of a… Read More

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Weapon of Mass Instruction

I was over at The Presurfer this morning and learned about the Weapon of Mass Instruction. Yes friends, the book box has been one-upped. I’m impressed that somebody has found a use for a 1979 Ford Falcon. Argentinian artist Raul Lemesoff worked with 7UP to… Read More

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Painting cycles

Exhibiting a group of paintings marks a natural end to what I think of as a cycle of work. For me that cycle really ends a couple months before the exhibition. Yesterday was the last day of my show at Yumart, Ways of the World,… Read More

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Whiskey Before Breakfast

I’ve completed a set of 15 new paintings which will be exhibited at Yumart here in Toronto in April. Here’s a sneak peak at one of the new works. I titled some of the paintings in this group, including this one, after fiddle tunes. This… Read More

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Paintings by Tim Noonan

We were downtown this afternoon for the opening of a painting show at Yumart by Tim Noonan. Tim is an old friend going back to our York University days. When I do the math I realize I’ve known Tim for over 30 years. In the… Read More

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Do Not Touch

This was on the wall beside an installation at the Art Gallery of Hamilton. I’m sure it was there because the installation, by Kim Adams, Bruegel-Bosch Bus, just begged to be touched. When I saw the sign though, the first thing I thought of was… Read More

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