INGRAM GALLERY | August 2020
Greetings!

August at the gallery brings Summer Series XIII, a rotating collection of paintings, drawings and photography by celebrated contemporary and far-reaching historical artists. The much-loved series evolves with dynamic curation and rests on the heels of a venerable past. Please read on for additional news and join us from August 8 - 29 for the lustrous Summer Series XIII.
JONATHAN CASTELLINO could.I.be.the.sky (2020) 25.5 x 45 inches, archival print, ed.1/3
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Vibrant works have arrived at the gallery from the artists we work alongside as we prepare all for Summer Series XIII. The thirteenth chapter of the series promises to offer refreshing outlooks for both artists and art collectors that regularly discuss this anticipated annual exhibition.
DAVID MICHAEL SCOTT The Tree (2020) 18 x 14 inches, monotype, 1/1
Astounding new photographs by Jonathan Castellino form a part of the series from the artist's collection of interference.patterns. The pieces offer both open arms as well as a glimpse into Castellino's immersive and exacting vision.


Ryan Dineen's newest oils define the artist's painterly and resolute approach to the canvas. The human condition takes center stage in his most recent paintings, powerfully exemplified by his new diptych Act I and II.
RYAN DINEEN Sidewalk (2020) 11 x 14 inches, oil on canvas
Jane Everett has been producing a new body of work in her newly built studio. Stunning works on linen have arrived at the gallery and are soon to be joined by additional artful pieces, including Morning Kayak, Shuswap Lake #1.

TRAVIS SHILLING Kee to Bala (2020) 8 x 10 inches, oil on linen
Newly available early works by Travis Shilling have arrived at the gallery and animate collectors with the artist's timeless and visionary approach to the canvas. Vivid and exemplary oils, these early pieces bear the electricity of the consummate painter throughout his career. This collection is complemented by four brand new, intimate oils that just arrived from studio.

Works from artists that are no longer with us also join the exhibition, including abstracts by Harold Town (1924-1990) that are from the primacy of his influence on Canadian art. Other preeminent artists that appear in the collection include Rachel Berman (1946-2014), Brian Burke, R.C.A. (1952-2017), and Florence Vale (1909-2003)

Please contact us for further details on any works or for artist catalogues.

HAROLD TOWN (1924-1990) Park #8 (1971-72) 56 x 56 inches, oil & lucite 44 on canvas

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The gallery continues to serve as a hub for significant historical Canadian art making. Compelling works are regularly updated on our website’s historical pages where newly available pieces can be found from pivotal figures such as Franklin Carmichael, R.C.A. (1890-1945) and A.J. Casson, R.C.A. (1898-1992).
FRANKLIN CARMICHAEL (1890-1945) Trilliums (1937) 8.25 x 6 inches, blockprint, ed. 10/50


JACK BEDER (1910-1987) Peonies (1968) 10 inch circumference, oil on board
The work of Jack Beder (1910-1987) has been receiving artful attention from collectors in recent times. Our website reflects a series of freshly acquired pieces that offer an invigorating taste of vitality in bloom.

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Sean Yelland’s outstanding Lazy Boy solo exhibition continues to reverberate through the gallery. We are thankful for how well it was attended, the shared enthusiasm and for the uplifting connections and conversations. Please join us for Summer Series XIII from August 8 – 29 and note our Summer Hours for August are from Wednesday to Saturday, 11am–5pm. If you have any questions about artworks or artists, please contact us for further details. We look forward to welcoming you at the gallery.
With brightest wishes,

Tarah Aylward, Director   
Ingram Gallery
416-929-2220 
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RACHEL BERMAN (1946-2014)
Parliament Street, Toronto (2004)
9 x 7 inches, watercolour & graphite