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Gerald Ferguson: Back-door Beauty

A Canadian Art spring 2008 print edition feature
Gerald Ferguson <i>100 Metres of Hose</i> 2000     Courtesy Gallery Page and Strange/Wynick/Tuck Gallery Gerald Ferguson 100 Metres of Hose 2000 Courtesy Gallery Page and Strange/Wynick/Tuck Gallery

Gerald Ferguson <i>100 Metres of Hose</i> 2000 Courtesy Gallery Page and Strange/Wynick/Tuck Gallery

Ever wonder where iconic Halifax painter Gerry Ferguson gets his ideas? Find out in the feature article from our current spring print issue, “Back Door Beauty: The Frottage Paintings of Gerald Ferguson,” now available online. In it, writer Gary Michael Dault profiles the veteran artist, whose conceptually conceived paintings have influenced a generation of contemporary Canadian artmaking.

This article was first published online on April 17, 2008.

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