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WHEN THE LIGHTHOUSE IS DARK BETWEEN FLASHES

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Painting for Electric Light (as a pulsar), 2014 Oil on Panel With Fluorescent Light and Gel 23" × 60" © Courtesy of the artist and Angell Gallery
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aniel Hutchinson Painting for Sterling Board (as the Last Scattering) , 2014 Oil on Aluminum With Sterling Board Frame 28" × 48" © Courtesy of the artist and Angell Gallery
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Painting for a Picture Frame , 2014 Oil on Aluminum With Painted Frame 13" × 15" © Courtesy of the artist and Angell Gallery
WHEN THE LIGHTHOUSE IS DARK BETWEEN FLASHES

1444 Dupont Street
Unit 15
Toronto, Ontario M6P 4H3
Canada
August 22nd, 2014 - September 27th, 2014
Opening: August 22nd, 2014 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

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ANGELL GALLERY is pleased to present DANIEL HUTCHINSON: WHEN THE LIGHTHOUSE IS DARK BETWEEN FLASHES, new paintings by this acclaimed Canadian abstractionist. The exhibition is in the West Gallery and Project Room from August 22 to September 27, 2014

Daniel Hutchinson is fast becoming one of Canada's most esteemed abstract painters. In this exhibition

Hutchison pushes his signature form - near-black monochromes in which meticulously painted abstract shapes glisten in response to light - in dazzling new directions.
 

Daniel Hutchinson received his BFA from the Emily Carr Institute in Vancouver and his MFA from NSCAD University in Halifax. He has exhibited across North America, Australia and Sweden. In 2013, Hutchinson's work appeared in solo exhibitions at YYZ Artists' Outlet and Angell Gallery in Toronto, in the national survey The Painting Project, at L'Université du Québec à Montréal, and in the Micah Lexier curated show, More Than Two, at The Power Plant in Toronto. Accolades include two times semi-finalist in the RBC Canadian Painting Competition and the prestigious Brucebo Foundation Artist Residency in Gotland, Sweden, among others. Upcoming projects include a two-person exhibition at Saint Mary's University Art Gallery, Halifax and Painting Hamilton at the Art Gallery of Hamilton in November 2014.