Dancer Labyrinth by Graham Metson

Year
2007
Medium
Acrylic on Canvas
Size
66 × 55 inches
167.64 × 139.7 cm
$6000
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Two dynamic figures integrate with the surrounding space in a kaleidoscope of color -- lime green, yellow, cobalt blue, pink and lemon yellow -- in this painting by Graham Metson. Cubism intersects with American abstract expressionism in these urgent and explosively colorful figures by Graham Metson. Graham Metson was born and grew up in London during the Blitz and studied at the College of St. Mark St. John in London in the 1950’s. He has had a long and prolific artistic career, having exhibited widely since the 1960’s. In 1972, Metson came to Nova Scotia to teach at NSCAD and in 1986, he moved to Montreal where he taught at Concordia University for 18 years. He has also been as Summer Head of the Visual Arts programme the Banff Center for the Arts. Since 2003, Metson has lived and worked in Prince Edward County, Ontario. Metson’s work is held in private, corporate and public collections in the United Kingdom, the United States and in Canada including the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, University of London, UK, Carleton University, Ottawa, Beaverbrook Art Gallery in Charlottetown, Dalhousie University Art Gallery. In 2009, Metson was honoured by a 50-year retrospective of his work at the Gibberd Gallery in Harlow, England, and Oeno Gallery (Parrott Gallery) in Belleville, Ontario. public collections. Metson is also the author of several books including “The Halifax Explosion” and “Alex Colville, Diary of a War Artist.”

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