February's exhibition at the gallery,
, features the release of rare and new to market aquatints by Nicholas Hornyansky (1896-1965). Accompanying these masterfully rendered original prints is a collection of works in a full range of printmaking methods from our contemporary and historical roster. Contemporary artists David Michael Scott, Jessica Levman, Rachel Berman and Ryan Price hang alongside the historical works of Jack Nichols, Carl Schaefer, Edwin Holgate, L.L. Fitzgerald, Florence Vale, Mary Wrinch and other notable Canadian artists.
This issue has more for you on Hornyansky, the aquatint process, and an overview of the types of original printmaking techniques. We look forward to building on the information, artists and images here in conversations with visitors at the gallery this month. The art of both creating and collecting original Canadian prints is a passion of ours.
The count down is on! Not only does spring arrive next month, so too does opening day for Sean Yelland's highly anticipated solo exhibition,
. We have a preview for you here -- with a full feature on Yelland, his career and his exceptional new works ahead in our next issue of
Ingram Art News
Above: Barker Fairley, Rachel Berman, Ryan Price, Florence Vale, David Michael Scott