After The Storm
Jeremy Hof, Marie Lannoo & Sean Weisgerber

Saturdays only: 1 to 5pm, September 15 - October 6, 2012
Or by appointment.

This exhibition features 3 artists; two who have studios at 330 Avenue G and one invited guest artist from Vancouver. These painters share an interest in abstraction but each uses a different strategy. Through layering, sanding and dipping, the work is heavily process driven with an emphasis on the materiality of paint to create and reveal structures that recede or pull out into space. These strategies open up possibilities in working methods and in the use of materials within abstraction.

Left Image: Jeremy Hof, Yellow/Green/Pink/Blue Paint Drawing Composition Study
Acrylic on Glass, 2012

Based in Vancouver and a graduate of the Emily Carr University of Art + Design, Jeremy Hof won the RBC Painting Competition in 2008. Recent solo exhibitions include: Blanket Contemporary Art (Vancouver) and Helen Pitt Gallery (Vancouver). His work was included in Enacting Abstraction (2009) and is currently featured in Again and Again and Again, both at the Vancouver Art Gallery.

Marie Lannoo studied at York University and the University of Saskatchewan. She lives and works in Saskatoon. She has exhibited in Canada and abroad. Public collections include: Canada Council Art Bank, Mendel Art Gallery, Art Gallery of Alberta and the Robert McLaughlin Gallery. Magnetic Fields, a current solo exhibition at the Art Galllery of Regina runs until October 6th, 2012.

Sean Weisgerber is a graduate of Emily Carr University of Art + Design. In 2010, he founded 304 Days, an independently funded artist-run gallery in Vancouver. This temporary space showcased 30 artists over 13 exhibitions. Currently based in Saskatoon, his work is in private collections in Canada.

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