January 9 to February 29, 2004
This exhibition by Mississauga artist Leszek Wyczolkowski features a collection of etchings and oil and acrylic paintings that play hard-edged geometrical shapes against softer shapes and textures found in nature.
Wyczolkowski describes his work as a "balance of two worlds.? The initial world is one of intellect, geometry and order bound by strong craftsmanship. The other world is soft, organic, sensitive and instinctive. These two worlds combined are the foundation of my art, the result of which is the starting point of the viewer's imagination."
Publication/ educational info: The Gallery has produced a small professionally printed exhibition pamphlet in collaboration with the artist. George Harris will write a curatorial essay.
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