1. Show moved back a week.  Opening will be held Thursday, February 20th, 6-8pm at Navillus Gallery, 110 Davenport.

    Show moved back a week.  Opening will be held Thursday, February 20th, 6-8pm at Navillus Gallery, 110 Davenport.

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  2. Art Show.
Thursday, February 20th.  6-8pm
Navillus Gallery, 110 Davenport, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

    Art Show.

    Thursday, February 20th.  6-8pm

    Navillus Gallery, 110 Davenport, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

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  3. Kyle Paints 2013: Part 6 - Working in Series

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  4. A quick art lesson on some of the tricks used for composing images and paintings.

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  5. Saturday, March 9th
2-4pm
Moore Gallery, 80 Spadina, Toronto.

    Saturday, March 9th

    2-4pm

    Moore Gallery, 80 Spadina, Toronto.

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  7. Making the coin slots for the DRM boxes.

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  8. Show Opening: 
Thursday, June 7th. 
6pm - 8pm
Moore Gallery 
80 Spadina, Toronto.

    Show Opening: 

    Thursday, June 7th. 

    6pm - 8pm

    Moore Gallery 

    80 Spadina, Toronto.

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  9. Me ranting yet again about artist statements

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  10. City Lights, an exhibition of new paintings by Kyle Clements will be on display at Moore Gallery in Toronto from June 7 to June 30, 2012.

    The opening reception will be held on Thursday, June 7th, from 6 to 8pm.

    I’m really excited about this show. This is the first time that I’ve had enough of an established body of work that I wasn’t rushing around at the last minute, fighting to crank out enough work to display. For this show, I was able to pick a theme, look at my entire body of work, stand back and pick out a number of pieces that fit that theme. In this case, visual abundance - the density of images we come across in our daily lives from advertisements and videos to photos on social media, was something I was thinking about. I selected paintings that were based on collages of images taken from time-lapse photography sequences, where I was literally choosing one or two images from thousands of possibilities and combining them into digital collages emphasizing speed, abundance, and visual density.

    I’ve created a Facebook fan page for those who are interested in getting the latest updates or leaving comments or getting a sneak peek at what’s in store for this show:

    http://www.facebook.com/events/439156389430828/

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  11. Problems with the #NewAesthetic

    A brilliant follow-up to Wired’s article which I believe I posted last night. (If I didn’t post it here, it can be found on my twitter, google plus and facebook pages..I know I posted it to places.)

    prostheticknowledge:

    A lot of talk has become of this topic amongst the tech and art worlds, and I have to confess it has been interesting to see the reaction on the topic. Something about “The New Aesthetic” ideas and discussions, for me, have been on my mind for a little while, and thought I would put them down. I’m certainly no academic and perfectly happy to be corrected if wrong (or to be completely ignored!), and I’m sure that the world doesn’t need another piece written about it. Anyway, if you are interested, carry on below …

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  12. In this video, I demonstrate a simple yet effective time and material saving technique: putting your gesso roller in a plastic bag between each use rather than cleaning it out each time and flushing half your gesso away.

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