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LIVE: December 14, 2021

Roy Arden
Graham Gillmore
Anthony Goicolea
Colleen Heslin
Collin Johanson
Holger Kalberg
Jonathan Syme
Alison Yip

 

Monte Clark presents a curated selection of works by Roy Arden, Graham Gillmore, Anthony Goicolea, Colleen Heslin, Holger Kalberg, Jonathan Syme and Alison Yip, currently on view at the gallery.

 

Select presents a first hand view of new works from artists’ studios and earlier works that are either newly installed or returning from exhibitions. Select will be ongoing and updated on a regular basis. 

 

The gallery is located at 53 Dunlevy Avenue, Vancouver BC, at the corner of Dunlevy and Alexander. 

Gallery Hours:
Tuesday – Saturday, 10am – 5:30pm

Inquiry: info@monteclarkgallery.com

 

Roy Arden

Roy Arden’s photography is currently on view at the Sprengel Museum (Hannover), as part of the group exhibition True Pictures. The exhibition presents work by more than thirty North American artists spanning three generations whose photography is informed by our digital age—both through their employment of digital technologies and in terms of their engagement with the “flood of images” that defines visual culture of the twenty-first century.

Roy Arden
Small Step
2017
Found objects and wire
45 x 29 x 12 in

SOLD

Roy Arden
Voice of Things
2011
Mixed media assemblage
72.0 x 60.0 x 72.0

USD $26,500.00

SOLD

Roy Arden
Twilight
2018
Assemblage; found objects on found picture frame
20.0 x 13.5 in

CAD $12,000.00

SOLD

Graham Gillmore

Recent paintings by Gillmore present a dynamic layering of text with botanical forms, some of which reference Matisse’s “Cut-Outs.”  While Matisse made his forms using scissors and colourful paper, Gillmore uses an air compressor to produce unexpected shapes that are organic and textured. 

Graham Gillmore
Babe II
2021
Oil and enamel on panel
60 x 40 in

CAD $26,000.00

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Graham Gillmore
Open Season
2021
Oil and enamel on panel
72 x 60 in

SOLD

Graham Gillmore
Infinite Jets II
2021
Oil and enamel on panel
72 x 60 in

SOLD

Anthony Goicolea

New paintings by Goicolea explore intimacy through memory and nostalgia, rendering states of tender vulnerability and otherworldly transcendence.

Anthony Goicolea
Golden Boy
2020
Oil on raw linen canvas
24 x 24 in

USD $10,750.00

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Anthony Goicolea
Inflatable Pieta
2020
Oil on raw linen canvas
36 x 52 in

SOLD

Anthony Goicolea
Black Light Seance
2020
Oil on raw linen canvas
44 x 58 in

USD $22,750.00

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Colleen Heslin

Recently exhibited at the Kamloops Art Gallery, Heslin’s describes her latest canvases as “mapping energy through colour and form.” Containing only the essential information and vibrating with line and colour, Heslin’s meditations encompass the vital energy necessary for life, evoking natural phenomenon, including the light of the sun, the glow of the moon, and the cycles of a day and a season. Her abstractions draw on spiritual meditation paintings from 17th century Hindu Tantras in Rajasthan, India, 19th century Amish quilt designs, along with 1960s Minimalism.

Colleen Heslin
True It
2021
dye on sewn canvas
24 x 22 in

CAD $5,500.00

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Colleen Heslin
Four Strikes
2021
dye on sewn canvas
25.75 x 22 in

SOLD

KAG, installation view, 2021.

From left:

Colleen Heslin, Breaking Waves, 2021, 104 x 80 in, CAD $36,000.00

Colleen Heslin, To grow and to shrink, 2021, 104 x 80 in, CAD $36,000.00

Colleen Heslin, Fading Pathways, 2021, 104 x 80 in, CAD $36,000.00

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Collin Johanson

Johanson’s fluid compositions inspire a visual intensity with sweeping gestures across the canvas that maintain a tension between surface and depth. Dream-like and fractured in nature, his paintings inspire prolonged contemplation.

Collin Johanson
Party’s End
2021
Oil on canvas
54 x 63 in

CAD $8,500.00

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Collin Johanson
Servile Daze
2021
Oil on canvas
54 x 63 in

CAD $8,500.00

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Collin Johanson
Hatchling
2021
Oil on canvas
58 x 48 in

CAD $7,500.00

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Holger Kalberg

Kalberg’s abstract canvases convey the ambiguities, tensions and search for identity within contemporary life. Often reflective and in critique of the history of painting by layering and collaging aspects of modernist painting, investigating how this is perceived within a contemporary context.

Holger Kalberg
Figure in Water
2021
Oil on canvas
18 x 19 in

CAD $4,500.00

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Holger Kalberg
Figure with Moon
2021
Oil on canvas
16.25 x 19.25 in

SOLD

Jonathan Syme

Jonathan Syme’s gestural and atmospheric works break away from placid and untimely restrictions of the past without succumbing to tropes by utilizing agitation as a moniker for the ambiguous mysteries of working with oil paint today. Whether regarded as internalized landscapes or projected spirit-scapes, the openness of his works lends itself to visceral and highly charged transmutations of spiritual inquiry designed to stand the mysteries of time- space. 

Jonathan Syme
Lazarus, Receding Modern
2021
Oil on panel
17.5 x 20.5 in

SOLD

Jonathan Syme
Antediluvian, Receding Modern
2021
Oil on panel
20.5 x 17.5 in

SOLD

Jonathan Syme
Eos, Receding Harris
2021
Oil and acrylic on canvas
56.5 x 46 in

CAD $12,000.00

SOLD

Alison Yip

Recently exhibited at Dortmunder Kunstverein, new paintings by Alison Yip negotiate the role of fantasy in a post-factual world and incorporate parapsychological derivations from figurative representation. 

Alison Yip
Tulpa
2020
Oil on canvas
12 x 15.5 in

USD $3,500.00

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Alison Yip
Consolation Prize
Oil on canvas
34 x 28 in

USD $5,000.00

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