Close Encounters Series - John Hartman: Looking at Milne and Blackwood
Wednesday, November 27, 2013
Marvin Gelber Print and Drawing Study Centre
Public $12 | Members $10 | Students $8
In the mid 1980s Canadian painter and printmaker John Hartman began to make visionary colour drypoints that combined his home landscape of Georgian Bay with stories, often placed in the skies of his images. Hartman presents a selection of his colour drypoint prints from 1985 to the present in terms of two key influences, the colour drypoints of David Milne and the aquatints of David Blackwood. See a selection of Hartman's prints as well as works by Milne and Blackwood from the AGO collection.