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Layer Painting exhibition photos text by Cliff Eyland Eric Cameron overview and press release
overview and press release

Public opening and reception: Thursday 6 February at 3 PM.
Talk by Doug Lewis Wednesday 12 February at NOON.
Talk by Eric Cameron Thursday 13 February at NOON.
Talk by Cliff Eyland Wednesday 26 February at 7 PM.

Curated by Cliff Eyland.

Craig Love Work

ABOVE: Craig Love exhibits paint scrapings taken from his 'unsuccessful' works - like Doug Lewis he reduces rather than adds layers to a work. Photograph courtesy Craig Love.

Inglis Work

ABOVE: One of Angela Inglis' works in which office papers and currency are crushed into a layered mass. Photograph courtesy Angela Inglis.

Dorosz Work

ABOVE: A detail of one of Chris Dorosz' "rubber band" paintings. Photograph courtesy Chris Dorosz.

Ferguson Work

ABOVE: A detail of one of Gerald Ferguson's recent frottage paintings in which he has been, technically-speaking 'under painting' (he puts rope or lengths of hose underneath a canvas and rolls paint to make a rubbing). Ferguson began using this technique after years of layering paintings by means of stenciled imagery. Photograph courtesy Gerald Ferguson.

Cameron Work

ABOVE: An Eric Cameron "thick painting" appears in this exhibition courtesy the Winnipeg Art Gallery. Photograph courtesy Eric Cameron.

Seurat Work

ABOVE: A teacher with her class at the Chicago Art Institute in front of
Georges Seurat's A Sunday on La Grande Jatte, 1884-1886. Pointillism's analysis is pseudo-scientific and even technically erroneous, and yet it produced marvelous art. (NOTE: this is a reference photograph. The Seurat work is, of course, not in the exhibition.)

Lewis Work

ABOVE: Doug Lewis and salt block-licking horse. Lewis "de-layers" his materials.
Photograph courtesy Doug Lewis

Nedko Solakov Work

ABOVE: To create his work A life (black and white) Nedko Solakov hired two painters to follow each other around a room clockwise. One worker painted the walls black while the other painted the walls white. This labour continued daily during opening hours of the 2001 Venice Biennale. (NOTE: this is a reference photograph. The Solakov work is not in the exhibition.)

Cameron Work

ABOVE: A Mary Scott work. Photograph courtesy Mary Scott.

Gallery One One One acknowledges generous support by The Canada Council for the Arts, The Manitoba Arts Council, SOFA faculty, staff and volunteers.

The CD-ROM publication Newton's Prism: Layer Painting includes material about other Gallery One One One shows: $20.00 plus shipping = $25.00 payable to Gallery One One One, School of Art, Main Floor, FitzGerald Building, University of Manitoba Fort Garry campus, Winnipeg, MB, CANADA R3T 2N2 TEL:204 474-9322 FAX:474-7605

For information please contact Robert Epp