Hamilton, ON (PRWEB) January 28, 2014
The Nathaniel Hughson Gallery presents Encoding of Quiet Noises, works by Hosanna Salembier, exhibited from February 6 to March 1, 2014. Encoding of Quiet Noises A series of oil paintings composed of smaller groups defining themselves by patterns of space and varying levels of detailing.
Pivoting from the knuckle creating minutely ornamental totemic streams of faces, plant and animal symbols. Emerging into a looser grid mimicking haunting, colourful renditions of earlier characters.
The 41 year old artist Hosanna Salembier regards her studio as a lab, approaching creativity with the attentions of a craftsman. Previously a housepainter, she's prepared acres of blankness pivoting from the shoulder. A world void of stimuli yet captivated by martial dexterity. Her pieces reflect and perhaps compensate for imbalances imprinted upon the psyche.
Originally, she resumed painting as a contrivance for fascination, no longer was a search required to find mild temporary provocations. To Hosanna, painting takes time, her intellect devises its own traps, thus allowing her to reverse engineer herself as an equation. Painting landmarks time, the point being to create that which survives the harshest editors, whether they be relatives or scholars.
Opening Reception – Artist in Attendance
Friday February 14, 6-10pm.
About the Nathaniel Hughson Gallery
The Nathaniel Hughson Art Gallery on John Street North opened its doors in September 2012. The commercial gallery is dedicated to representing contemporary Ontario artists in their early and mid careers and is a destination for anyone looking for something unique to add to their collection.
Sunday to Wednesday by appointment
The Nathaniel Hughson Gallery is located at:
27 John Street North
Hamilton, Ontario, L8R 1H1