15 October 1985 - 9 November 1985
Opening Reception 15 October 1985 8pm
This solo exhibition features recent sculptures by Toronto artist Svitlana Muchin. Executed in plaster, the six works on exhibit incorporate both classical elements of balance and symmetry, combined with individual elements of diversity, deformity and mutation.
“The sculptures are suggestive human torsos and animal heads. These works, developed through preliminary drawings, are an intuitive development of form which explore feelings of contemplation, growth, reproduction and detachment.”
– Svitlana Muchin
Svitlana Muchin was born in 1952 in Winnipeg, Manitoba. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Manitoba in 1975, an in 1982 received her Masters of Fine Arts from York University, Toronto. Since 1976 she has participated in solo and group exhibitions in Toronto and Winnipeg.
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