Phyllis Weldon

Country: Canada
 

Title:  An Address to the Landscape #30I

Medium: Mixed media

Size: 23 x 30 cm





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Weldon was born in New York City and raised in Canada. She studied at Ecole des Beaux Arts, Universite du Quebec a Montreal, Canada with an additional year of painting (by invitation only) and two years of lithography (also by invitation). Her professional memberships include: Malaspina Printmakers' Society, Vancouver; Latitude 53, Edmonton; Print & Drawing Council of Canada; and C.A.R.F.A.C (Canadian Artists' Representation / Front des artistes Canadiens). Weldon's current work, An Address to the Landscape, is a visual exploration of power in response to the writings of Franz Kafka.

Her selected solo exhibitions in Canada include: Cycle of Hours, Main Stage Art Gallery, Rossland, British Columbia, 1995; Cycle of Hours, Trail Regional Art Gallery, Trail, British Columbia, 1994; Cycle of Hours, Nelson Museum, Nelson, British Columbia, 1994; Cycle of Hours, Grand Forks Art Gallery, British Columbia, 1994; Mass & Line, Nainstage Gallery, Rossland, British Columbia, 1993; Mass & Line, Visac Gallery, Trail, British Columbia, 1992.

Her selected group exhibitions in Canada include: Literary Allusions, Southern Alberta Gallery, Lethbridge, Alberta, 1994-'96; 3rd Annual District Open Art Exhibition, Visac Gallery, Trail, British Columbia, 1994; Visac Gallery Invitational, Visac Gallery, Trail, British Columbia, 1993; Featured Work, Mainstage Gallery, Rossland, British Columbia, 1993; Featured Work, Festival of the Arts Office, Trail, British Columbia, 1993; In-Sight 92, Women's Film & Video, Edmonton, Alberta, 1992; Malaspina Printmakers 16th Annual General Members Show, Community Arts Council Gallery, Vancouver, British Columbia, 1991; Small Prints on Paper, Dan Delaney Gallery, Montreal, Quebec, 1991; and 15th Annual Exhibition of Contemporary Professional Quebec Artists, Dawson College, Montreal, 1991.
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