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    Gordon Payne,Tower Stories, 2007-10.
    Encaustic and alkyd on OSB board,
    59.5 x 48.1 cm. Courtesy of the artist.
    Photo: Michael R. Barrick, Belkin Art Gallery.

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    Gordon Payne,Tower Stories (detail), 2007-10. Encaustic and alkyd on OSB board, 59.5 x 48.1 cm. Courtesy of the artist. Photo: Michael R. Barrick, Belkin Art Gallery.

Gordon Payne: New Works

14 September to 22 October 2011

Opening reception : September 17, 6pm to 9pm

Satellite Gallery, 560 Seymour Street, 2nd Floor, Vancouver


Satellite Gallery presents a series of new “cubo-futurist-surrealist” paintings by senior Canadian artist Gordon Payne. Payne began painting in the 1950s, and was associated with the avant-garde scene in Vancouver during the 1960s. Born in 1933, he studied at Washington State College and the University of British Columbia. His work has been included in solo and group exhibitions at institutions such as the Vancouver Art Gallery, the University of British Columbia Fine Arts Gallery, the Charles H. Scott Gallery and the Burnaby Art Gallery. A long-time resident of Hornby Island, Payne has continued his painting practice, making abstractions informed by a dynamic relation to the natural world. This new body of work derives from sources as diverse as medieval illumination and the mid twentieth century French artist Bernard RĂ©quichot.

Gordon Payne: New Works is curated by Scott Watson and organized by the Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery.


MIX: An Evening of Art, Music, Video, and Performance
In conjunction with the opening reception of Gordon Payne: New Works, Satellite Gallery, Five Sixty, and Blanket Contemporary Art Inc. invite Vancouverites to MIX, from the gallery to the club, from art to video to performance. For just one evening, the lines between our spaces will blur as visitors are invited to be social, to explore all of the spaces of 560 Seymour St. and to encounter new, unexpected practices in art.

MIX details:
Saturday, September 17, 6pm to midnight.
Free admission from 6 to 10 pm. * Five Sixty admission rate, $15.00 applies after 10 pm
560 Seymour Street, Vancouver

For further information please contact: Jana Tyner at jana.tyner@ubc.ca,
tel: (604) 822-1389, or fax: (604) 822-6689