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Meraj Dhir - Drawing in Canada... an Assessment and Survey of the State of a Fine Art, Inspired by the Oakville Galleries: Out of Line a Bravura and Thoughtful Summer Long Exhibition - June 2015

 

The Toronto Star -

Murry Whyte -  Buying Art in Toronto, May 10, 2014

 

The Toronto Star - 

Murry Whyte - London Ontario Artist Gets Heavy in New Show - May 09, 2014

 

The Art Grind - All About Drawing Kelly Wallace at The Seraphin Gallery

 

2013 Akimbo Online Magazine - Review by Kim Neudorf

 

 

American Artist Drawing Magazine Spring 2012

By The Line - Courtney Jordan


      PDF Link Courtesy of Interweave Press 2012

  

Philadelphia Inquirer

Victoria Donohue - February 4th 2011

Line up

Drawing is increasingly being seen as a stand-alone medium, rather than a preliminary step to finished work. Kelly Wallace of London, Ontario, wants to create drawings that rival the magnitude of painting and the physicality of sculpture. In his "Capital Salvage" show of 23 works at Seraphin Gallery, he also insists he can do it without resorting to drama. The intricacy he prefers is truly surprising.
Straight off, Wallace salts aspects of remembered places with a special poignancy (Sarajevo after a residential-area bombing in the Bosnian conflict, a tornado-damaged prairie locale, and Capital Salvage, which seems to picture the demolition of an old theater). There's a luxury of sensation combined with intricate adjustments of a single faint image in space. Spare and economical, his work reaches for stability and structure; there's humility and a sense of continuity with the past while embracing the present. Everything is created with straight lines, close together. It's on the level of draftsmanship that these works excel. Line offers a subtle indication of each subject's interior life. But the bulking-up of sculpture awaits.

Seraphin Gallery, 1108 Pine, Phila. to Feb. 20. Tue-Sun 11-6. Free. 215-923-7000.

 

London Free Press
Thursday, April 29, 2010

 

Scene Magazine - April 22, 2010

 

 

 

 

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