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.
- March 30, 1987 to April 18, 1987
Trace elements is an exhibition of 14 artists currently working in assemblage in Vancouver. The past several years have seen a resurgence of collage/assemblage as a medium for artwork in this city. This form is one of the most popular art forms of this century. From early work by Duchamp and Schwitters to the collages of Motherwell, the combine paintings of Rauschenberg, the intricate boxes of Cornell collage/assemblage has been an important tool artists use to reflect the modern world. In Vancouver today a large group of artists involved work solely in this form and an overview of the wide range this work encompasses will be the focus of the exhibition.
By Daav McNab, Danielle Peacock, David Asmodeus, Dianne Radmore, Hillary Wood, Kempton Dexter, Ken Gerberick, Lenna Greer, Lunar Suede, Roy Green
- Curated by Glenn Alteen
- April 1, 1986 to April 12, 1986
"Masks are all things in all cultures and virtually all societies interpret them differently. From humourous to the grotesque; the surreal tot he sublime, masks cover the range of human emotion and expression. They speak to the mortal and immortal in each of us and somehow represent the place where the two intersect."
By Anami Naths, Barbara Grieg, Benny Boing Boing, David Asmodeus, Deborah Cividino, Dianne Radmore, Dionysus, Doug Taylor, Eliah Halpenny, Gale Buschfield, Hillary Wood, John Glaboff, Judy Baxter, Kempton Dexter, Ken Gerberick, Luis Riera, Mandad, Nicole Dextras, Patrick Hughes, Patrick Kennedy, Rita Clark, Ron LaPierre, Sarah Vincent, Stan Leak
- October 8, 1985 to October 19, 1985
In celebrating of a full year of grunting the grunt co-operatively run gallery is pleased to announce the first gruntober show. This will consist of current work by current grunters and also a few disgrunters. There will be works by many of the artists who have shown here in the last year.
By Billy Gene Wallace, Ceryl Anson, Daav Macnab, Danielle Peacock, Dianne Radmore, Garry Ross, Hillary Wood, Kempton Dexter, Ken Gerberick, Spike
- November 6, 1984
Co-optional Spaces is a new show of drawings by Hillary Wood. She calls her style Mythical Realism and says of these particular drawings "The window is a recurring image in the continual dialogue between the self and other. Dream and vision in confrontation with illusion and distortion...".
By Hillary Wood
- Curated by Garry Ross
- September 29, 1984 to October 15, 1984
"The Pope Show features the works of 15 artists, each work a comment on Pope John Paul II's visit to Canada or the Catholic Church or organized religion. Many were satirical, many were political" (from Voice article).
By Danielle Peacock, Dawn Richards, Garry Ross, Hillary Wood, Jean McRae, John Crossen, Kempton Dexter, Lalo, Lorna Mulligan, Maggie Putnam, Spike, Susan McKinley