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Exhibited since 1968.
George Patrick (Pat) Canadian Exhibited since 1968.
printmaking; screen printing
Patrick (Pat) George is an artist who works primarily in printmaking, and to a lesser extent in sculture and photography. George has exhibited his work since 1968, showing in the USA, Canada, Australia, and at international exhibitions including the l3th, l4th and l5th Graphic Biennale, Belgium, the Peter Stuyvesant Exhibition, England and the Deutschland Graphic Biennale. He is a member of the Northwest Print Council, the World Print Council and the Nootka Printmakers. His collections can be found in the Burnaby Art Gallery, Yarrow, H.R.H. Princess Alexandra and the Canadian Scottish Regiment. (Source: University of Victoria Art Collections http://collection.legacy.uvic.ca/index.php?artist_id=539&artist_action=info, Accessed November 14, 2016).
DESCRIPTION: Serigraph print is of a stylized dark grey boar standing on a brown/terracotta tiled or brick floor. The boar is standing on the right side of the picture plane, approximately one third of the picture plane from the bottom. Behind the boar, in the background, is a highly geometric tiled wall composed of grey shapes and light orange lines (could be grey tiles with orange grout).
Art, Modern--20th centuryPrints--TechniqueWild boarNeo-geo (Art)Art, Canadian--20th century
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