Un Art

 

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This catalog was created for the project exhibition titled “Un Art ” presented at Headbones Gallery, Vernon, BC February 14 - March 17, 2013

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the drawers headbones gallery contemporary drawing sculpture and works on paper un art lee bale david cantine karen cantine robert dmytruk sylvain voyer february 14 march 17 2013

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catalog un art copyright © 2013 headbones gallery this catalog was created for the project exhibition titled un art presented at headbones gallery vernon bc february 14 march 17 2013 artwork copyright © lee bale david cantine karen cantine robert dmytruk and sylvain voyer introduction © 2013 robert dmytruk rich fog micro publishing printed in canada 2013 layout and design richard fogarty printed on the ricoh spc 811dn all rights reserved no part of this work may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means electronic or mechanical including photocopying and recording or by any information storage or retrieval system except as may be expressly permitted by the 1976 copyright act or in writing from headbones gallery requests for permission to use these images should be addressed in writing to headbones gallery www.headbonesgallery.com isbn 978-1-926605-60-9

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un art headbones gallery project space rich fog micro publishing

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karen cantine and david cantine

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un art some musings with coffee most colour theory dictates that to achieve colour harmony the human eye must receive a balance of all the primary colours r y b or the secondary colours g p o because the secondary colours can only be mixed from the primaries and of course the primaries are primary well one morning at coffee dave cantine shared a thought he said what if we took one of these colours away from the mix thus began a visual conversation that has continued for over two years with ongoing investigations and play with red yellow blue green purple and orange various materials collected objects and over time additions of numerous colours and just to be clear this is not art this is un art but it may very well be the essence of what artists do and by placing bits and pieces of colour or objects side by side or on top underneath or in-between other stuff and then bringing the created un art to share with friends at coffee begins the visual conversation the conversations are initiated by asking an obscure question or by moving things around taking something away adding to the mix making one thing larger or smaller until wow yes i like that arrangement or more frequently no not sure better try something else the visual conversations have become a regular saturday morning routine for a group of friends and artists the shared un art and stimulating conversations continue.

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sylvain voyer and robert dmytruk

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sylvain voyer

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lee bale

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david cantine

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