|Date:||Until Sunday, April 8, 2018|
|Location:||Art Gallery of Peterborough (250 Crescent St.., Peterborough)|
Celia Neubauer is a Toronto-based painter whose interests in historical tradition has been a major influence both stylistically and conceptually. Neubauer’s landscapes reflect a modernity that bridge both figurative realism and formal abstraction. This new body of work integrates Neubauer’s understandings of printmaking, Japanese calligraphy, & landscape painting to create compositions with a striking depth that seem to exceed the sum of her minimal palette of blues and whites. She has exhibited her work both in Canada and the United States. Her works are included in the collections of public and corporate institutions and in many private collections. Celia has taught at Queen’s University, Kingston; the University of Guelph; the University of Toronto School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture and is presently teaching painting and drawing at Toronto School of Art.
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