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Randolph Parker, Shoal Lake Elm Tree, 2018, acrylic on canvas, 101.6 x 76.2 cm / 40 x 30 in, N 49º 30' 22.24" W 95º 02' 32.59"

Richard Calver, Dandelions Rejoicing, 1989, linocut 47 x 34.3 cm / 18.5 x 13.5 in
Edition of 50, completed 50

Richard Calver (1946 – 2021) was an English-Canadian artist who was an innovator of his medium, linocut printmaking. With a highly identifiable style that is both illustrative and expressive, Calver attracts the eye with a dynamic energy and captures it in unparalleled detail. Through his contemplative disposition and naturalist ideals Calver has produced a body of work that is introspective and insightful, exploring who we are – within ourselves, to each other, and as beings of the natural world.  The power of his work is in its ability to slow us down, make us study, and understand the greater workings of life.

The natural world is amazing. Each leaf and branch uncoils and stretches out according to its own inner rhythm, its own pattern and design within the larger pattern.

– Richard Calver

Did you know?

There are three Charles Adamson cenotaphs –

  1. Toronto
  2. Kenora
  3. Wingham, Ontario