artist | 16 ProgramsArtists Hillary Wood
Hillary Wood is a writer, editor and erstwhile artist. Her 35-year art practice included egg tempera and acrylic painting, mask making, installation and set design. Hillary was a co-founder of grunt gallery and has worked there as administrator, project and curatorial assistant, and editor. She remains amazed at the rich contributions grunt has made and continues to make to Canadian culture.
- January 4, 1989 to January 14, 1989
Open Heart: 1999 Members Group Show: Dawn Richard, Jean MacRae, Danielle Peacock, Daav MacNab, David Asmodeus, Polly Bak, Georgie Haggerty, Garry Ross, Ken Gerberick, Kempton Dexter, Spike, Joey Schwartzman, Merle Addison, Hillary Wood, Pat Beaton
By Daav Macnab, Danielle Peacock, David Asmodeus, Dawn Richards, Garry Ross, Georgie Haggerty, Hillary Wood, Joey Schwartzman, Kempton Dexter, Ken Gerberick, Merle Addison, Pat Beaton, Spike
- October 25, 1988 to November 5, 1988
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By Barbara Grieg, Benny Boing Boing, Candy Gray, David Asmodeus, David Roberts, Diana Kemble, Hillary Wood, Joey Schwartzman, Kathleen Measures, Kevin Midgley, Lowell Morris, Margo Farr, Nels Holm, Renee Rodin, Rob Bishop, Sandra Lynn Brunt, Sylvia Borda
- February 16, 1988 to February 27, 1988
The images in these paintings have been taken from architecture of the inner city–alleys, hidden courtyards, small factories– and framed in window frames found in those areas. What is left when the workers are gone are their artifacts. The paintings are therefore artifacts of artifacts. That is the nature of realist painting. Hillary wood used the ancient medium of egg tempera–a mixture of pigment and egg yolk. Practiced in the Middle Ages, it fell out of favour with the rise of oil painting but saw a breif rebirth in the 1930's and 40's. UBRAN ICONS is her first protracted exploration of that medium.
By Hillary Wood
- December 15, 1987 to December 24, 1987
"Each person and every object has its angel, which is simply its spirit or essence" With this in mind, grunt has received a vast cross-section of interpretations of angels and their meanings. As angels are messengers between the sprititual and earthly realms so are artists the mediators between the ideal and the real. The nature of the submissions will be as varied and mysterious as the nature of angels themselves.
By Andree LaPare, Aubrey Dayman, Bob Macabre, Carol Haber, Carol Shumas, Claire Kujundzic, Claude Bibeau, Cleo Mittlestat, Crankh, Danielle Peacock, Darrell Wyant, Darwin Wasend, Dave Pritchard, David Asmodeus, Davide Pan, Denis Seguin, Diana Sherlock, Dianne Radmore, Dorrie Ratzlaff, Ellen Mitchell, Faye Hoffman, Georgie Haggerty, Gerda Buxton, Glen Paul, Guldal Erbatur, Hillary Wood, Ian Baker, Jackie Dionne, Jim Christy, Joey Schwartzman, Jose Ventura, Josie Kane, Kathaleen Ball, Kelly Ulrich, Kempton Dexter, Leslie Ann Clark, Leslie Fawkes, Lil Chrzan, Loreen Hall, Lunar Suede, Marion Barling, Marion Bartolini, Marke G.A. Mazeppa, Martine Lambert, Meredith Feldmar, Mike Symonds, Mon Sky, Nora Blanck, Patricia Wolfe, Patsi McMurchy, Paul McDonald, Paula Seaton, Philip Melvin, Raymond Striegler, Robert Meilleur, Sharon Quirke, Spike, Steve Bridger, Terry Morrison, Tom Billings, Tom Knott, Virginia Achten, Wayne Chaput
- December 2, 1987 to December 16, 1987
grunt, over the next few months will host a series of jazz concerts on Wednesdays from 8 - 11 pm. The concerts will feature Vancouver musicians playing creative, non-commercial music in both standard and unexpected instrumental combinations. Jazz in the Gallery is a project organized by members of the Vancovuer jazz community.
By Billy Gene Wallace, Brad Muirhead, Ceryl Anson, Coat Cooke, Daav McNab, Danielle Peacock, Dennis Burke, Dianne Radmore, Garry Ross, Gregg Simpson, Henry Young, Hillary Wood, Kempton Dexter, Ken Gerberick, Paul Blaney, Paul Fisher, Robert Frayne, Roger Baird, Spike
- October 20, 1987 to October 31, 1987
grunt has run non-stop for over 3 years and 75 exhibitions and each year on the month of our anniversary the members at grunt prepare a show of their work. This year the theme is Blues chosen for its evocative moods and textures adn multiplicity of meanings. This exhibition will feature up to 20 artists that range from original members to members of a few months. In addition to the opening on July 20, performance artist Lowell Morris will perform a new work. At 10:30 Jazz singer Kate Hammett-Vaughan will sing a set of blues. On October 31 there is a concert of solo blues music by Terry Edmunds.
By Bryce Rosmussen, Cindy Johnson, Daav McNab, David Asmodeus, Dawn Richards, Dianne Radmore, Garry Ross, Georgie Haggerty, Hillary Wood, Joey Schwartzman, Kempton Dexter, Ken Gerberick, Paul MacDonald, Roy Green, Sarah Vincent, Spike, Terry Edmunds
- June 7, 1987 to June 28, 1987
An exhibition featuring a selection of work representing three local alternative galleries. Grunt, or and Artspeak will be at the Charles H. Scott Gallery and a reading by members of Artspeak/Kootenay School of Writing will take place in the Scott Gallery at 3 pm Saturday, June 13.
By Arthur Simmons, Benoit Bussiere, Daav McNab, Garry Ross, Georgie Haggerty, Hillary Wood, Marie Desjardins
- Curated by Cate Rimmer, Ellen Ramsey, Glenn Alteen