Propeller Art Gallery features work by two Canadian multimedia artists, Susan Farquhar and Ingrid Jensen this March 2020
Propeller Art Gallery at Artscape Triangle Lofts will be presenting two exhibitions from March 11-22, 2020. Famed printmaker Susan Farquhar will be exhibiting Where is Wild Continues and multimedia artist Ingrid Jensen will be exhibiting Licking the Streetcar Window.
Susan Farquhar’s Where is Wild Continues centers on the question “What is the non-human reality in this Anthropocene digital age?” Susan responds to our understanding that human technology has not just changed our relationship with animals but changed their (our) environment forever with group of paper works, asking “What does this mean to them?”
Susan Farquhar’s Beaver Eating Code
Susan Farquhar is an experienced fine art printmaker who studied at the University of Guelph and York University. She began exhibiting in the 1980’s while becoming a professional fine art printer in lithography at Open Studio. Susan continued to work collaboratively in printmaking until 2013 when she and her husband Robert Game closed their studio Atelier GF where they produced editions for artists from the Canada, Europe and the United States. Throughout this period she worked and exhibited print works. Printmaking continues to influence Susan’s current process-based artwork on canvas, wood panel and lately paper relief constructs.
Licking the Streetcar Window by Ingrid Jensen is a meditation on a favourite streetcar journey looks outwards to capture each stop’s essentials. No time for detail… the car moves on… just a quick glimpse of lines, colours and shapes, populated by Toronto’s distinctive street furniture.
Ingrid Jensen’s Corral
As an artist, Ingrid Jensen is caught between the pursuit of understanding, the temptation to make things happen, a stream of ideas, and the lure of materiality. Drawing, sculpture, installation and interactive events are often linked by photography. She has studied and worked in Canada, the US and the UK, has an Master of Science degree from York University in Toronto, a Doctorate in Philosophy in ecology from Linacre College Oxford, and an Master of Arts degree in Fine Art from Central Saint Martins.
An opening reception is happening on Saturday, March 14, 2020 from 2pm-5 pm or you can meet the artists on Sunday, March 22, 2020 from 2pm-4pm.