Photography & Acrylic on Sculpted Canvas, 18 x 50 x 3 inches, 46 x 107 x 8 cm
While camping at Bon Echo Provincial Park, where I set up my portable outdoor studio, I explored the are on foot, bike and my dinghy. This is the cliff face that Bon Echo is known for. Few million years age the earth shifted here and dropped exposing this cliff face and creating one of the deepest interior lakes in Ontario. It is absolutely magical to observe the sunset reflecting on these cliffs.
Length/Depth: 18 in
Width: 50 in
Height: 3 in
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Paul Brandejs was born in the Czech Republic, immigrating to Canada as a child. He studied at the Banff School of Fine Arts, where earned scholarships that enabled him to study with Ilda Lubane. Lubane had a profound impact on Brandejs’ work.
After studying Fine Art at the Ontario College of Art, he spent a year in Florence, studying under Canadian figurative artist Tom LaPierre.
Paul is a member of Gallery 1313, Artists' Network and stits on the Artists' Network Board of Directors. His work is included in private collections in Canada, United States, France and Czech Republic.
Postmodern art has a fixation on absolute contrasts; photography and painting, abstract and representation, and conceptual and practical. My study is a dismantling of these conventional categories through the integration of elements found within sculpture, painting, and photography.