Dreamlike images of mis-remembered places, structures and creatures in vivid colour, bold strokes and intricate line-work. A balance between precision and spontaneity melding together these unlikely figures, flora, fauna and architecture in images that are at once familiar but all-too-strange, hinting at repressed material and an archaeopsychic past or a possible future. A choice between resisting a chaotic new era or allowing it to envelop you. The initial inspiration for these pieces comes from authors J.G. Ballard (particularly his 1962 novel, The Drowned World), Stanislaw Lem, John Wyndham and other transformative visions of humanity’s future. A variety of media and methods were employed, including pen & ink, acrylic paint, silkscreen, lino block print and paper collage.
Location 4 Cannon St E Hamilton ON
Presenting contemporary art in Hamilton, ON.
Hours Friday 12-5pm Saturday 12-5pm Art Crawl 7-10pm by chance or appointment