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2006 10 07
Klunder And Building Blocks And Cereal Box Shows

The Transit Gallery opened Harold Klunder's latest show this week. Take a moment to drop in if you are in Hamilton today.
“Harold Klunder makes paintings. They aren't designed, rationalized or discussed beforehand but rather built through engagement with a process of work. The skill Klunder has gained from years of grappling with painting's history and the accumulated facts of his own production comes to bear on every decision, but, in the end, each brush stroke only exists in relation to every other; nothing is premeditated. Here are no failures, just shifts in direction. It's a fluid process of building surfaces, conversing with colour and form and managing the potential for dissent”.

- Randall Anderson in Canadian Art - Spring, 2005

History buffs interested in what Queen Street West looked like in the 19th Century will enjoy this. The St. Lawrence Market Gallery opens "Building Blocks: Queen Street West 1847-1890" today.
Photographs, maps, plans and drawings will illustrate the building of Queen Street West from University Avenue to Dufferin Street during Toronto’s first period of tremendous growth.

Gary Michael Dault opens a new show "An Hour Of Landscape Painting: New 1-minute Painting On Cereal Boxes," this week at G+Galleries at 50 Gladstone Ave. The opening takes place October 12th from 7 to 9.
[email this story] Posted by R Ouellette on 10/07 at 02:08 PM

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