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Haida Artist Robert Davidson
To the Totem Forests: Emily Carr and Contemporaries Interpret Coastal villages is an exhibit of canadian painting featuring Emily Carr and contemporaries. Features Emily Carr and Canadian painting by Emily Carr and contemporaries: Langdon Kihn, George Pepper, Walter J. Phillips, Frederick Marlett Bell-Smith, A.Y. Jackson. Works from the Vancouver Art Gallery Emily Carr Trust, British Columbia Archives, Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, National Gallery of Canada, McMichael Canadian Art Collection, Art Gallery of Ontario, Collection of Glenbow Museum, and Private Collection. Further, the exhibit incorporates historical photographs, taken before and during the years these artists painted, which provide new insights into the depiction of Northwest Coast monumental sculpture during the first three decades of the 20th century. To the Totem Forests: Emily Carr and Contemporaries
Renowned marine life artist Wyland changed the way people think about our environment when he started painting life-size whales on the sides of buildings in the 1980s. Wyland always thought big. And he never stopped. Today, the Wyland name has become synonymous with the new generation of awareness about environmental conservation. Wyland Marine Life Artist
Alex Grey and the Sacred Mirrors series featured on http://hyperallergic.com/ …Elsewhere, Alex Grey’s series of mixed-media paintings, “Sacred Mirrors” (1980), whose four tableaux feature complex compositions, appears to ruminate on the theme of where the human soul — that old, romantic-spiritual thing — might fit into a high-tech future that is already here today. Artist Alex Grey’s “Sacred Mirrors” series of paintings, left to right: “Material World” (1985–86), lead silhouette and leaded, etched mirrors; “Psychic Energy System” (1980), acrylic on linen; “Spiritual Energy System” (1981), acrylic on canvas; and “Universal Mind Lattice” (1981), acrylic on canvas (collection of the artist, photo by Dan Meyers) Looking at Grey’s paintings and other works on display, Hoffberger said, “Given the way technology is moving, do we want to become like machines? With each new high-tech invention, how do you download a ‘you’ into an ‘it’?”
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