This is how I feel all the time
7 - 27 April . 2011
Opening reception: Thursday, 7 April from 5-8pm
'... Yelland wrings lyricism out of catastrophe' - Toronto Life (April, 2011)
The Wright quote was the starting point for this show. I want to portray how, and what I feel all the time. That is what I always try and achieve in all my paintings. I think people can relate, as everyone feels this way, at least some of the time.
There are fifteen new canvases in
This is how I feel all the time, with most being large scale pieces. Beyond our windows and windshields, Sean Yelland's 2011 series reflects new ways of looking and interpreting the urban landscape and life in the city.
Wrought with ambiguity and tethered by the familiar, Sean Yelland's engaging compositions give us much to relate to and absorb.
Preview Sean Yelland's new works here: This is how I feel all the time
This artist's paintings verge on photo-realism, but their painterly qualities and skewed points of view are as unsettling as they are thrilling. Whether he's depicting a jetliner about to crash-land into the ocean, or a trailer whose occupants have crash-landed economically, Yelland wrings lyricism out of catastrophe. - Toronto Life (April, 2011)
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