Saturday, November 20, 2010

The Genesis of "Reverberations" - A Monumental Painting by the Canadian Artist Bogdan Luca

Our mini-event:
"Artist's Studio: The Genesis of A Work of Art", featuring Bogdan Luca's monumental painting "Reverberations" has now ended.

The painting, whose evolution we followed on this blog, is now installed at Brock University.

We look forward to your thoughts and presence on our blog as we continue our posts!

ARTIST'S STUDIO: THE GENESIS OF A WORK OF ART

From September 2010 till November 2010, “Art and Poetry” has hosted an “Artist Studio’s” event featuring the painting "Reverberations" by the Canadian painter Bogdan Luca. 

FEATURED ARTIST: BOGDAN LUCA
 
Bogdan Luca is a Toronto area painter.
He graduated from OCAD in 2007 and completed his Master’s of Visual Studies at the University of Toronto in 2010.
Luca has participated in numerous individual and group exhibitions and his most recent exhibition “Unmoorings” was hosted in May and June 2010 at the University of Toronto Art Center and at LE Gallery in Toronto.
He is the recipient of several art awards and is the co-winner of the First Prize in the Pirelli Relativity Challenge in 2005.

ON BOGDAN LUCA'S PAINTING
 
“Luca’s paintings are windows upon a world that is both unraveling and desperately trying to pull itself together, to coagulate into a coherent image, to make sense of itself and produce objective meaning.”

THE PAINTING
 
Bogdan Luca's  monumental painting "Reverberations" (8’x60’) is an artistic rendition of events and iconic figures from the history of the Niagara Peninsula.
The painting, whose concept was chosen from among a dozen submissions by Brock University has been installed in Brock University's newly renovated Thistle Courtyard in October 2010.
                                                      "Reverberations" - A detail


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