Jaclyne Grimoldby & Anicka Vrana-Godwin
November 9-27, 2012
Reception: November 9, 6-8 pm
Artist Talk: November 15, 2:30 pm
Anicka Vrana-Godwin, Study the Ten Foot Woman (green) detail, oil, 2012. Jaclyne Grimoldby, Untitled, serigraph, 2012
The artists use anatomical study as a foundation for exploring and representing psychological and physical experiences. Grimoldby’s work focuses on the body’s capacity for deterioration and the impact of mental processes on the physicality of our human experience. She integrates anatomical studies with drawings of portraits and plants to comment on the relationship between these elements of life. Vrana-Godwin’s work incorporates subtle anatomical references layered with images of the figure in abstracted patterned space.
Jaclyne Grimoldby is a fourth year student in the Fine Art Programme at Queen’s University. She works mainly in printmaking, primarily in lithography and screenprinting. She lives in Kingston Ontario but hopes to run away to Russia when she graduates.
Anicka Vrana-Godwin is a fourth year student in the Fine Art Programme at Queen’s University who plans to graduate in May 2013. She focuses on large-scale lithography prints and oil paintings. She plans to attend graduate school next year to study painting and printmaking and to work towards becoming a medical illustrator.