All posts tagged “Eugene Knapik artwork

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The Source

Over the years I’ve made several paintings called The Source, including a small group of tondos I made a few years ago. It’s a theme which has captured my imagination since, as a high school student, I first saw a photo of Courbet’s famous painting… Read More

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The Last Word

This small painting (about the size of a large dinner plate) was intended for my last solo show but was not exhibited. It’s acrylic on masonite and it floats off the wall a little bit. I’ll let this one speak for itself.

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Deluge

A few years ago I made some small paintings using materials like cardboard, flyers, and various other bits and pieces of stuff I found around the studio. I used an add-and-substract process, gluing materials on, adding paint then ripping back layers of material. They’re bumpy… Read More

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St. Phillips

In late September/early October of 2001, Sheila and I honeymooned in Newfoundland. Thanks to a friend out there we had a great place to stay in Pouch Cove. We did lots of hiking and some landscape drawing while we were there, but most importantly, the… Read More

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Cut & Paste

Here’s a little Friday morning collage…. Also, for anyone who missed my post a few days ago, I have an exhibition called Shapeworks opening up at Yumart Gallery here in Toronto at 401 Richmond. It’s on October 7-28. There will be a an opening reception… Read More

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