Oliver Hardwood and Warren Oneschuck

Event Details

District Foyer Gallery

The North Vancouver Community Arts Council is proud to present:

District Foyer Gallery
North Vancouver District Hall, 355 West Queens Road

From Aug 31, till Oct 31, 2011
Opening Reception: Thursday, Sept 1, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

This exhibition explores decay in different mediums. It features the beautiful, complex in theory, simplistic form, stone sculptures of Oliver Harwood and the rustic, and colourful acrylic paintings of vintage trucks and tractors by Warren Oneschuck.

Warren Oneschuck
€œMy work is a dual study of the character of earlier-era vehicles and wooden structures, and nature’s reclamation of these man-made creations. Being from the prairies and having driven similar machines as a kid and having grown up around barns, I’m drawn to the beauty of their shapes and to the colours and textures they have now become a vast range of rusts, browns and warm/cool grays.

€œThe paintings are an exploration of these unique physical shapes and a discovery of techniques to describe what I see. I let the creative process flow from the initial drawing to the layering of colours and the brushwork, my intuition guides my painting process.

Oliver Harwood
€œI am exploring the form of decay, the story that remains as the parts break down.
The unstructured organic response to the constructed: defined phase. It seems we are in a global shift where more is breaking down than renewed. How do we as individuals and a collective respond to this? I have often used the boat as metaphor for society, a constructed functional form, a container, a shell, that exists in a nebulous, often precarious state.

District Foyer Gallery
North Vancouver District Hall, 355 West Queens Road
Mon-Fri 8:00 am – 4:30 pm

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