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Studio 17 | Lynne McIlvride
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14260 Marsh Hill Road, Utica
2016 David Kaye Gallery Toronto
2015 June 2-June 21 MacLaughlin Gallery Oshawa
2013 Tornados CBC Building Toronto
2-PERSON & GROUP SHOWS
2017 February, David Kaye Gallery with Ann Cummings, Toronto
2016 November, St Clair Ave, Toronto with Shelly Fowler
2016 group exhibition, San Potito Artist Residency, Italy
2016 Uxbridge Arts Collective, Charlotte Hale Gallery Toronto
2015 Wake Up! Lynne Mcilvride and Francis Muscat, Charlotte Hale and Associates, Toronto
Self-curated solo show in studio every Easter weekend
Uxbridge Studio Tour every September uxbridge studio tours Gallery, Toronto
My constructed paintings are built up of layers of paper, canvas, glass, all manner of paints, gold leaf, found objects, and others materials that I can no longer recall. Some layers conceal and others reveal but in the end each work is a whole world -- a portrait of "all there is, seen and unseen"
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Lynne McIlvride has been an artist since she was 4 years old but was exposed to other artists while getting a simple BFA from York University sometime in the 80’s.
Lynne has lived in the Uxbridge area for over 40 years and has been on the tour from the second year of its existence when studio tours were an unusual and curious thing.
"My art has always been expressive, autobiographical, direct, symbolic"". Lynne uses whatever media are around in whatever combination seems right. Art-making has been a way of processing her surroundings, world events, personal disasters; a way of expressing strong emotion and her faith with a deliberate directness that is sometimes raw and constantly changing. "Stick with me: I promise not to disappoint you".
Lynne is inspired by travel, worship and of course, colour.
READ MORE ABOUT LYNN'S WORK
Uxbridge Mixed Media artist Lynne McIlvride reacquainted herself with her older more 3 dimensional symmetrical style in her latest commission for Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church in Toronto.