Michael Gibson Gallery

December Exhibition – Jonathan Forrest

For our 5th solo exhibition with Jonathan Forrest we are excited to introduce his newest series of abstract paintings. Minimal in colour and matte in finish, these new paintings are like looking through a veil: the image hints at representation, however, is grounded in pure, minimal abstraction.

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“Looking Out The Window”

In our middle gallery for the month of December we have curated an exhibition of established Canadian artists who used the view “out their window” as their immediate inspiration. Featuring Anne Meredith Barry, David Blackwood, Roly Fenwick, Brian Jones, Dorothy Knowles and Christopher Pratt.

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Greg Curnoe “Mariposa T.T.”

Greg Curnoe's "Mariposa T.T." is one of his most iconic images. The serigraph on plexiglass edition pays homage to one of his most beloved bikes, became a platform to display his technical bravado as well as highlight his interest in nationalism.

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Artists and Artwork

Curated Artworks

Dorothy Knowles

Dorothy Knowles

New to the gallery are two sweeping prairie landscapes by legendary artist Dorothy Knowles. Known for her atmospheric "big-sky-prairie paintings", Knowles had a keen sense for dramatic compositions balanced with dappled light and subtle colours.

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Gathie Falk

Gathie Falk

Falk's recent "Water Again" paintings appear to have been cut out of the environment – slices or pieces of water from her imagination. Painted thinly with beautiful washes of colour, Falk wants the paintings to feel fluid, almost like you are on top of the water, looking down at the alluring combination of colours and textures below.

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Christopher Pratt

Christopher Pratt

Some of Christopher Pratt's most recognizable images are those of his clapboard houses featuring austere architecture. "Summer on the South East" is one of four seasonal autobiographical variations that Pratt made of his summer cabin, built on the Southeast River. This serigraph contrasts precise line and stark lighting with the softness of the natural world.

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Since 1984, Michael Gibson Gallery has specialized in the acquisition and sale of artwork created by artists of significant Canadian and International cultural importance. By providing our clients with unparalleled service and unique opportunities, we continue our tradition of excellence in the brokering of Canadian and International art.

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Established in 1984

Michael Gibson Gallery has earned a nation-wide reputation specializing in the buying and selling of contemporary Canadian art.  Housed in one of the finest exhibition spaces in Canada, the gallery offers superior service to its collectors.

Through our curated exhibitions, in-depth catalogues, and lively public events, we aim to promote the work of the best emerging and established regional and national artists in order to enrich the cultural life of our clientele. We also buy and sell works by key contemporary and historical artists and advise private and corporate collectors as well as artists’ estates.