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Visual artists to come out of western Canada and his work can be found in
Major Public And Corporatepublic and corporate including Canada's major art galleries Richly illustrated with than 80 plates the book includes rare xcerpts from Proch's notebooks that reveal his intricate working process Surveying the course of Proch's career curator and art historian Patricia BOVEY DISCUSSES THE THEMES AND THE THEMES AND discusses the themes and influences his work and their context within the history of Canadian ar.
Patricia E Bovey ï 5 ReadSince 1970 Manitoba artist Don Proch has built an body of work voking a semi mythical Prairie past and an unsettled and unresolved modernity In has built astonishing body of work voking a semi mythical Prairie past and an unsettled and unresolved modernity In complex sculptures and life size masks Proch combines intricate
draftsmanship with natural and found materials in surprising and transformative ways Proch grew up in the farmland of north central Manitobawith natural and found materials in surprising and transformative ways Proch grew up in the farmland of north central Manitoba the rolling hills and uniue parkland vistas of the Asessippi valley he creates a complex personal ic. Onography based on prairie life landscape geology and history The result is what art critic Robert Enright called inexplicable as a miracle Proch first came to the Canadian art world's attention as part of a group of radical young artists in the 1970s intent on shaking artists in the 1970s intent on shaking the art Public Papers Of Lucius Robinson establishment His complex installations masks and silkscreen prints uicklystablished his reputation as an innovator with a uniue vision Today he is recognized as one of the most influential.
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