Large Oil on Panel - Landscape Signed by Acclaimed Canadian Artist Mara Korkola - Ivory Mat with Silver Fillet Under Glass in a Silver Wood Frame (some wear) - Nice contrast between upright conifers, curves of the rocks and horizontal lake - 45" W x 32" H
Toronto-based painter Mara Korkola is nationally recognized for her captivating works that compress worlds of information into compact frames. Often paired into diptych and triptych combinations, these series present slightly different views of the same location. While many of Korkola’s paintings capture anonymous city streets at night, her subject matter has also included airports and landscapes. Like keyholes, her paintings demand our attention and focus and transport us into another time and space.
Mara Korkola was born in Marathon, Ontario in 1965. She graduated from the Ontario College of Art, Toronto (AOCA); Wichita State University, Kansas (BFA) and the University of Texas at San Antonio, San Antonio (MFA).
She has exhibited in group and solo exhibitions in Canada, the US and Germany, including Painting as Paradoxat Artists Space in New York, Synthetic Psychosis at the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art, Toronto, Auto-Motive: World from the Windshield, Oakville Galleries, Ontario, Sequence and Passage: Mara Korkola and Monica Tap at Cambridge Galleries in Cambridge, Ontario, and Commuter, a comprehensive solo exhibition of herNo Place series of paintings at the MacLaren Art Centre in Barrie, Ontario.
Korkola's work has been reviewed in Canadian Art, Border Crossings, C Magazine, The Globe and Mail, The National Post, and Now Magazine among others, and has been included in Carte Blanche Vol 2 – Painting, a national survey of Canadian painters. She was also featured on an episode of the television series The Artist's Life. Images have been reproduced in BlackFlash, Coupe Magazine and Harper's Magazine.
She has received grants from the Ontario Arts Council, the Toronto Arts Council and the Canada Council for the Arts. Her work is held in private and corporate collections, including Scotia Bank, Fidelity Investments and Hydro Quebec.
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