Jonathan Forrest - "Building Blocks of Colour"
Yechel Gagnon - "Midwinter Thaw"
Works from exhibition BRADLEY HARMS: Analog
BRADLEY HARMS: Analog
September 10, 2005
- October 15, 2005
Opening Reception: Saturday, September 17, 1-4pm Bradley Harms in attendance
Newzones is pleased to announce a solo exhibition titled Analog by Bradley Harms. Harms' energetic abstractions combined with his careful attention to the application of paint create a heightened awareness of the surface. The paintings reference digital technology without compromising the traditional painting technique. The paintings become witness to the time in which they are made.
Born in 1971, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Bradley Harms received his Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Calgary in 1996 and his Masters of Fine Arts from the prestigious School of the Art Institute of Chicago. His work has been exhibited through North America and Europe. Harms is a recipient of numerous grants and awards including the Alberta Foundation for the Art production grant. His work can be found in many international public collections such as the Canada Council's Artbank (Ottawa, ON), Alberta Foundation for the Arts (Edmonton, AB), the Nickle Arts Museum (Calgary, AB), University of Western Sydney (Sydney, Australia) and Tama Art University (Tokyo, Japan).