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Behold Man Without God #4
Landscape upon which numerous vignaetes incorporating the various subjects noted above are being played out. For example: a farmer holding a loaf of bread before a hooded boy pulling him in a rickshaw; a monkey conducting pigs in Beethoven’s 9th Symphony; a man worshipping a woman. The artist appears in various guises throughout the painting: pulling his barbed-tongued father in a rickshaw, as a street-theatre performer acting a one-man play about himself, for example.
Rolling field, with fencing along two sides, scattered with stooks of cut grain ready for harvest
Portrait of a Trappist Monk [likely James Hingston Smith]
Head and shoulders portrait of a Trappist monk, possibly James Hingston Smith
A man, most likely the artist, who has fallen on his knees with his arms outstretched and gazing upwards. A book lays on the ground before him. He looks up at the Sacred Heart encircled in thorns, surmounted by a cross and flames. Blood is raining down from the heart.
The Corner Store
Corner store and cluster of other buildings in a winter Prairie landscape most likely in the North End, Winnipeg
Fractured Monochrome #4
Break up of an ice flow to create the illusion of a monochrome painting shattered into layered wedges that resemble Icelandic vinarterta pastry.
Hitchhiker by the side of a deserted highway in a winter landscape in Saskatchewan
Triple Bend Pose
Big Boat Blue & Black
Composition composed of a square and triangles
Manitoba landscape with birch trees which are reflected in a stream
Young Phoenix #1
A landscape of rolling hills and a lake with a buildings along a road.
Landscape of a farm with rows of haystacks in Snowflake, Manitoba. Four horses pull a plow at the right of the image. A train and grain elevators are visible along the horizon line.
Abstract composition on canvas. Areas of green and brown on raw canvas with gestural markings of light blue, yellow and red. Brown checks dot the lighter ground and cream checks on the darker areas.
Main Street, Winnipeg, 1871
Landscape of Main Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba based on a photograph. A teepee with a native man stands in the foreground of the composition, bisecting a road that goes through the centre of the composition into the horizon with buildings with red and blue roofs along either side.
Landscape of the Winnipeg River with trees on the rocky riverbank in the foreground.
Sunlight and Shadow (Sunshine and Shadows, Minaki)
Trees and rocks within a forest with shadows from the sunlight.
Man (The Fighter)
Three-quarter depiction of an athletically-built nude male standing with his left arm slightly raised and right hand in a fist at his side; other nude males are partially visible in the background.
Cranberry Lake, La Cloche Mountains
Winter landscape dominated by a grey cloudy sky with mountains in shades of blue-grey in the bottom of the composition and a barren stick emerging from the bottom into the sky.
Still life of a red begonia plant.
Landscape with a boat docked at Winnipeg River in the foreground. Buildings along the horizon in the background.
River Road, Lockport
Landscape with a tree stump in the foreground and the road that runs along the Red River through Lockport, Manitoba. Hydro power poles and a building in the background.
Decolonization I, II, III
Triptych of the interior gallery space of the Plug In ICA’s former location in Winnipeg’s Exchange District painted in shades of grey. In each of the three panels, structural columns in the space have been sheared off at the base and lie on the floor in structural assemblages. Light from the building’s exterior windows casts shadows on the floor and faint reflections of the piles of columns are visible in the windows.
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