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Group of intertwined, reclining, nude women set against a distant horizon and sky
Superstition: Man's Instinct to Believe and Worship is Irrepressible
Against a painted background of ancient runes and modern symbols, the artist has illustrated cuttings from magazines and newspapers documenting what he understood as “false idols” of 1960s society: political ideology, extraterrestrial life, mind-altering drugs, astrology, spiritualism and pornography. Formally, this work is structured through two contrasting grid-like arrangements: through the loose haphazard placement of ephemera over top the tight isomorphic blocks, each containing a different rune or symbol.
Assiniboine River at night with twin campfires on the riverbank. In the background, are three buildings presumably an office tower (flat roof), a church (steeple) and a government building (dome).
Caught in Hula Hoops
A nude man and woman encircled in a hula hoop and who appear to be entangled in the plants
White Shell 1.2.3.
Trees and landscape rendered in an abstract format
A pair of pliers which fills the canvas
A spade which fills the canvas
The mask has a representation of Don Proch’s blond hair. The markings around the eyes refer to the patterns of ploughed fields. The upper part of the mask is a cloud set against a blue sky.
Cat and Bunny Puppets with Mid-Century Architecture
Prairie landscape dotted with several smokestacks and buildings. In the foreground, a cat with large, hollow eyes holds a bunny puppet in one hand and a pair of scissors in the other.
Baba Yaga Church Communicating Via Telephone Lines
A pink church set in a Prairie landscape over which telephone lines are strung. In the foreground, Baba Yaga, in the form of a cat with large, hollow eyes and dressed in a long garment, stands with arms outstretched towards the church. The church stands on three chicken legs.
Olythwood Road, Toronto
Olythwood Road, Toronto
Bella Lake, Haliburton
Bella Lake, Haliburton, Ontario
Jeanne O'Neill, Toronto
Head and shoulders portrait of a young girl, Jeanne O’Neill, of Toronto
Colourful display of flowers
In the Café
Café scene with four tables. Two figures sitting at right, background table and 1 figure sitting at right, foreground table. Street with buildings and traffic light (red light) visible from café window.
Open Pit Mining, Flin Flon, Manitoba
Landscape of mining scene with track, two figures, and buildings.
Great Depression Years
Street view of buildings, tree and a stream.
Street by Night
Street scene at night with several gnarled, leafless trees
Factory, with workers, billowing clouds of smoke. Fire hydrant and power pole in foreground.
Farmhouse door with pole and pots and a wash tub leaning against the house. Rugs hung over railing.
Landscape with trees, bushes, water and an overturned canoe.
Landscape with trees and hills.
Trees on hill. Lake in background.
To the left, the fridge door is ajar, revealing orderly and well-stocked shelves. Inside, stands a ghostly figure of the husband, wearing white briefs and yellow rubber gloves. To the right is the stove with the pot of borscht boiling over. Seated in the centre, is the artist, wearing a maniacal smile.
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