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Early

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

1975 - 1988

1987 Cats on Mats
 
Cats on Mats was a series of works, in both Masonite panels and watercolours, inspired by a three-legged family cat who learned to roll herself up in the family’s antique hooked rugs. The entire series was first exhibited at Studio 21 in Halifax and then at various other commercial galleries.
1983 Primary Flowers 
 
Primary Flowers, a body of thirty-four works, opened at Mount Saint Vincent University Art Gallery in 1983. Twelve of the works were large ‘cut-outs’, executed in oil on epoxy-coated Masonite panels, while the others were watercolours. Many of these works were sold and as a consequence the visual record is somewhat skimpy.
1981 Land and Sea
 
Land and Sea was a collaboration with Felicity Redgrave, where both artists, after touring PEI together, created works for the exhibition, which opened at Confederation Centre for the Arts, Charlottetown, in 1981, before traveling to University College of Cape Breton Gallery, Mount Saint Vincent Art Gallery and University of Waterloo Art Gallery.
1979 Male Nudes
 
The seven works shown here, part of a larger series of male nudes, were all exhibited at Dalhousie Art Gallery in 1979 as part of a group show, The 4th Dalhousie Drawing Exhibition. Other artists in the exhibition were Alex Colville, Graham Metson, Brian Porter, Roger Savage and Ruth Wainright.
1977-78 Clam Harbour Collection
 
The Clam Harbour Collection, a body of eighteen large works, opened at Mount Saint Vincent University Art Gallery in 1977 and was then exhibited at Confederation Centre for the Arts, Charlottetown and Memorial University Art Gallery, St. John's. Many of these works were sold and as a consequence the visual record is somewhat skimpy.
1975 Arrival
 
The six works shown here are part of a larger series started in 1968 with some of the works first exhibited at the Aggregation Gallery (now Wynick/Tuck), Toronto, in 1969, and then at Zwicker’s Gallery, Halifax, in 1975, as Arrival, after the artist moved from Toronto to Clam Harbour in 1971.