Winsor Gallery: The Arc of Our Disappearance

I would like to welcome you all to view my latest body of work.


Click here to view the 27-page online catalogue of Gabryel’s work

Winsor Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibition of new works by Gabryel Harrison. The exhibition entitled The Arc of Our Disappearance will run from May 28 through June 30, 2016. An opening reception will be held on Saturday, May 28, between 2 and 4 pm. The artist will be in attendance.

“Every flower has its own cosmology, its own relationship to the foliage, to the air around it”. -Jane Freilicher

About Gabryel Harrison
Gabryel Harrison was born in Tauranga, New Zealand in 1959. She works predominately in the medium of oil painting, but her body of work includes printmaking, texts, video and sculptural objects. She has had solo shows in Vancouver since 2007 at Winsor Gallery with solo shows in Auckland at The International Art Center. The artist received her BA with a Concentration in Fine Arts from the University of Ottawa.

The beauty in Harrison’s paintings is marred – but not diminished – by crude drips and slashes that move her oeuvre out of the realm of representation and into that of experience. This sensation is owed as much to her use of colour as it does to her energetic stroke. Swathes of soft pinks and lavenders, golds and creams, remind us that colour “is not something daubed onto a pre-existing shape, filling a form”: it has its own, phenomenological form that we experience both a retinal and bodily manner. “ (Excerpt from Heart Wide Open by Alex MF Quicho.)

Gabryel Harrison currently lives and works in Vancouver, B.C. Her work can be found in private collections across Canada, the US and abroad.

1 thought on “Winsor Gallery: The Arc of Our Disappearance

  1. Malcolm Norman

    Wow. The power Gabryel has in her brush is astonishing. Her capture of word , paint and meaning just blows me away. Wonderful. One of the best.

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