Tim Zuck, “Cup“
14” x 16 1/2”
Provenance: Private Collection, Toronto.
Sable Castelli Gallery.
"When you look at a Zuck painting you can actually hear your brain get quieter. You are drawn in by unadorned purity, but then, once drawn in, you begin to realize that there’s nothing simple about line or colour or form. If you’re a Buddhist, you already understand this. And if you’re not, Zuck’s paintings make you think it might not be a bad idea to give Buddhism a try." Click here to read the Toronto Star review by David Macfarlane
Zuck earned a BFA from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design and an MFA from the California Institute of the Arts. He has been the subject of numerous solo exhibitions, including the internationally touring Tim Zuck: Learning to Talk (2002-3) and Tim Zuck: Still Life in Landscape (1997-8). His works have been exhibited at the MacLaren Art Centre, Barrie; Museum of Contemporary Art Calgary; Art Gallery of Ontario; Art Gallery of Nova Scotia; Yukon Arts Centre Gallery, Whitehorse; Walter Phillips Gallery, Banff; Back Sang Gallery, Seoul, Korea; Expo ‘93, Taejon, Korea and the Canadian Embassy Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan.
Zuck's works are held in numerous private collections and public institutions including the National Gallery of Canada, Canada Council Art Bank, Glenbow Museum, University of Lethbridge, McMichael Canadian Art Collection, Vancouver Art Gallery, Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Museum London and Art Gallery of Ontario.
Click here to read the Toronto Star review by David Macfarlane