This is Angie Quick’s second solo exhibition with the gallery. Painted over the past 6 months, her seductive new paintings explore notions of happiness and joy, love, both discovered and lost and the human form in all of its beauty and vulnerabilities.
Played to the tune of Bryan Ferry’s cover of “Smoke Gets In Your Eyes”, each painting is titled after a line from the classic love song. This was a song that Quick heard throughout her childhood. Now older with more experience to understand the lyrics, her paintings evoke similar romantic melodies. Enmeshed figures tumble and cavort all set within luxurious spaces within a riot of imagery. Revealed or concealed, suggested and expressed, each sumptuous painting is a feast for the eyes, a love story for the ages.
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Angie Quick (b. 1989) is an artist based in London, Ontario. Her practice encompasses painting as well as performance. Quick’s work explores tenderness and intimacy both historically and contemporaneously.
In February 2023 Musuem London featured Quick’s work in a solo exhibition “make me less evil” in their Interior Gallery. Recent solo exhibitions include “The Moonlight Made Me Do It” at the McIntosh Gallery in 2021 and “when i die i will have loved everything”, curated by Matthew Ryan Smith, Glenhyrst Gallery, Brantford, ON in 2019. She is the recipient of multiple grants, including an emerging artist grant from the Ontario Arts Council. Her work is in the collections of Museum London & McIntosh Gallery at Western University as well as countless Canadian private collections.