Judy Singer

March 2 – 23, 2008
Artist Reception: Sunday March 2, 1-4 pm

In 1974, the late Jack Pollock, one of Toronto’s foremost gallery owners at the time, discovered Judy singer. From this first show at the Pollock Gallery, she has gone on from strength to strength, showing in many solo exhibits and numerous group shows across Canada and the United States. Most notably, Singer was chosen in 1982 to represent Canada at the Carnegie International in Pittsburgh. In June 2006, she was honoured by being inducted into The Royal Canadian Academy of Arts. Singer has built a career on prodigious natural talent.

Judy Singer is known for her expressive use of colour, her sensitive, varied touch and her sensuous, inventive imagery. She expresses these talents to intrigue us to the mysterious and unexplainable.

Image: Sustenance (detail), 36 x 32 inches, acrylic on canvas, 2006

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