A winter walk on Martinique Beach and a collection of old paint shirts proved to be the catalysts for this latest body of works.
Each of these paintings is a collage of materials, experiences and ideas bound together by wax and pigments and ordered by a horizon. Land and sky reveal and conceal fragments of handmade papers made from Stanfield’s studio work shirts. Collars, pockets, edges and buttons that were left over have found their way into these constructed works.
Kay Stanfield is a respected Nova Scotian watercolourist, papermaker, and sculptor whose work has been exhibited throughout North America and in Europe. She has studied art at both Nova Scotia College of Art and Design University, and Mount Allison University; and she studied papermaking in the USA, Myanmar and Thailand. Her paintings and paper works are diverse, innovative, and always dynamic. Kay is also active as a curator, arts advocate and teacher. Her works can be found in many Nova Scotian public and corporate collections.
Please join Kay in the gallery on Sunday March 16th from 2:30-4:30pm for an encaustic demonstration and artist's talk.
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