Secondary Market | Winter Feature

As 2012 comes to a close we would like to share with you some of our favourite works available from the Seymour Collection and Secondary Market. In our Winter feature you’ll find a rather unusual glass sculpture by Dale Chihuly, tar paintings on Berlin maps by Attila Richard Lukacs, early works by Graham Gilmore and some treats from Chris Woods.

For pricing and availability of these works please contact us at info@dianefarrisgallery.com.


Attila Richard Lukacs
Brandenburg Series (Black Hammer),
1989
Schwarger peter and oil on paper
38 x 52 inches


Attila Richard Lukacs
Brandenburg Series (Black Wreath)
, 1989
Schwarger peter and oil on paper
38 x 53 inches

Attila Richard Lukacs produced The Brandenburg series of works in the late 1980′s while living in Berlin, Comprised of 25 paintings on maps of Berlin, the works are based on symbols that were created for a pre-war German industrial exposition. READ MORE

    
Attila Richard Lukacs
Arbor I & II, 1999
etching, edition 34/40
47.5 x 35.5 inches

For Attila Richard Lukacs’s 1999 exhibition Arbour Vitae Lukacs drew his inspiration from the photographs of the Russian Constructivist artist Alexander Rodchenko (1891-1956). The thirteen paintings and suite of prints included in the exhibition marked a stark change in both subject matter and style for Lukacs yet employed a medium, tar, which has been present throughout his work earlier and later works. READ MORE

 


Dale Chihuly
Putti Riding Carp on dusty Blue Vessel, 1998
Hand-blown glass
39 x 18 x 18 inches

“I don’t really quite remember how the Putti idea came. I was up at Pilchuck, and I conspired to get Pino Signoretto and Lino Tagliapietra to work together on the same piece—something that simply would never happen in Murano. So I made a design that Lino would blow, and Pino would make the Putti, and we would put them together… all these different ways that the Putti could look, sit, and play. ” —Dale Chihuly


Graham Gilmore
Diana
, 1985
oil on canvas
64 x 89 inches


Graham Gilmore
Untitled (Prey Study), 1986
Graphite on paper
37 x 29 inches

Over 25 years ago, Diane Farris proposed to a friend that they acquire early work by emerging artists as a business investment and from this suggestion The Seymour Collection was formed. While the majority of the paintings, drawings and sculptures originally purchased by the collection have been sold, a few rare early works by artists such as Graham Gilmore and Angela Grossman remain. Gilmore’s Diana, which was included in the Vancouver Art Gallery’s Young Romantics exhibition, is one of the gems of the collection.


Chris Woods
Sable Black, 2006
Oil on canvas
90.5 x 60.5 inches

Throughout Chris Woods’ career he has explored North American consumer culture in his technically refined photo-realistic paintings, adding a healthy dose of humour. In Sable Black we see these elements perfected, the figures are painted so precisely that they can easily be mistaken for a photograph, and Woods has given the work the size and format of the very media he is critiquing. READ MORE


Chris Woods
Our Cakes and Pies are Simply Delicious, 1991
Oil on canvas
135 x 60 inches
For pricing and availability of these works please contact us at info@dianefarrisgallery.com.

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