Lately I have been casting my eye upon all things rural as I prepare for my second solo art exhibition at Lee Contemporary Art in Orillia, Ontario, Canada. “Ruralia” refers to items connected with the rural and for me these items include almost anything from plants to rural animals, farm machinery and crops. As I have had limited access to art materials some of my work has been placed on scraps of cardboard and plywood - instillling an "arte povera" quality to the work. This quail will need to be framed under glass. You can view more of my work art at: http://dandoesdesign.com/
Where it's been
Lee Contemporary Art, Orillia, September 5-28, 2019.
At a glance
Toronto, OntarioDiscover this artist's story
- watercolour on archival paper
- 24" x 18"
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