April 27 - May 16 . 2013
Opening reception with Anna Yuschuk:
Saturday, April 27th from 2pm to 4pm.
Not to be missed, Yuschuk's new collection of thought-provoking landscape paintings lead us to the water -- as we consider the subject matter through our own relationships with both ourselves and the natural world. Yuschuk's ability to initiate contemplation and a sense of oneness with the world is ripe in the twelve new Water
works. Looking both east and west of downtown Toronto, Yuschuk draws her inspiration and her subject matter from the beach shoreline of Lake Ontario to Grenadier Pond in High Park. Through her immaculate surfaces, beautiful palette and strong eye for composition, Yuschuk has created works you will want to experience in person.
Everyone at one time in their life will experience a profound connection with
nature whether momentarily or as an ongoing process. In that moment they are
recognizing themselves as one with nature. What makes us feel so harmonious
with a particular arrangement of natural elements?
- Yuschuk, 2013
Anna Yuschuk is a Toronto based contemporary painter whose work is centered on aspects of consciousness. Originally from the Ukraine, Yuschuk moved to Canada in 1990, shortly after graduating from Lviv State Academy of Fine Arts. Since arriving in Canada, Yuschuk's works have been shown extensively in over 30 exhibitions in public and commercial galleries.
For Yuschuk, as for Richter, there is more to say through the practice of painting,
particularly of that which is unsaid and unknown.
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. Exhibition catalogue, artist's CV and statement available as PDFs.