For Micheal Zarowsky, paintings of water form a visual language of their own. “It is my coming to know, through studied detailed isolation of form, of the essence of ponds, rivers, streams and lakes of the Ontario North,” says Micheal who has developed a distinctive way of seeing and conveying the world’s beauty that pushes towards abstraction. “The paintings are an expression of the distances to which I was able to lose myself, lose my edges, becoming one with the moment wherever it found me, while interacting and realizing the world around me.”
Pond, (“pänd”): a small body of still water formed naturally or by artificial means. This pond is still, intermittent and changeable A fascination with its transformation has brought Jane Croteau back with several cameras over a dozen years. Images from all seasons form this collection. Not a typical Muskoka waterway but rather closer to the norm: small, almost hidden in woodland, passed by many but know by few. She is hiding in the open, unnavigable, dressed in changing light, sometimes a jewel, other times a dowd.
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