Bill Anderson and Gary Pearson at Winsor Gallery Vancouver

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Winsor Gallery

Bill Anderson: Continuum
Gary Pearson: Turn Back, Detour, Go On

September 11 – October 11, 2014
Opening reception | Thursday September 11, 2014: 6:00-8:00pm

The artists will be present.

 

Winsor Gallery is pleased to present two solo exhibitions of new photographs by Bill Anderson and new paintings by Gary Pearson. Anderson’s photographs are comprised of an accumulation of images taken in situ and exposed on a single frame, using the resources of one location to create another place entirely. Pearson’s paintings portray the everyday through a thick smoke of melancholic nostalgia, reflecting upon the transitional nature of life itself.

 

Winsor Gallery

Founded by Jennifer Winsor in 2002, Winsor Gallery has distinguished itself locally, nationally, and internationally as a premier source for contemporary art. Foremost a commercial gallery, Winsor Gallery strives to ensure the long-term development of our artists’ careers through promotion, collaboration, and thoughtful curation.

Through this commitment to forging strong relationships with our artists, we have accrued one of the most attractive portfolios of established and emerging talent in Vancouver, and many of our represented artists have been recipients of such prestigious awards as the Governor General’s Award, the Joseph Plaskett Award, the Gold Medal of the Royal Architecture Institute of Canada, and the International Studio Award at the Museum of Modern Art New York.

A cornerstone of the Vancouver art scene, Winsor relocated from its seminal South Granville space in 2012 to The Flats on East 1st Avenue. The gallery is part of a burgeoning industrial neighbourhood that has become Vancouver’s new centre for contemporary art.

 

For more information please call our gallery at 604-681-4870.

 

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