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Angela Grauerholz
May 10, 2010 | Published By MMA
Her [Angela Grauerholz’s] work gives an impression of timelessness that is expressed in a paradoxical way through images that are commonplace but at the same time sublime and unexpected. – Paulette Gagnon, Director of the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal … Continued
Leah Boyd
May 4, 2010 | Published By MMA
Three graduating students from McMaster’s School of the Arts Studio Art Program received special awards plus honorariums at the recent McMaster Museum of Art reception. Krysten Bell, Leah Boyd, and Lisa Pinho are the first recipients of the new Summa … Continued
Portrait of a Boy, Encaustic
April 28, 2010 | Published By MMA
Have you ever heard of such a thing? This ancient method of painting, used as early as the 4th and 5th century BCE, is called encaustic.  The Ancient Greek root of the word means “to burn in.” In encaustic painting, … Continued
April 19, 2010 | Published By MMA
The McMaster Museum of Art is pleased to have received a Tourism Hamiton’s 2nd place Award/Honourable Mention in the Event of the Year category for its 2009 exhibition Light Echo. Light Echo was a collaboration between McMaster astronomer Doug Welch … Continued
McMaster Museum of Art poster
April 12, 2010 | Published By MMA
Do you have a poster of the Monet? Yes we do!! At last. Two beautiful posters featuring art from McMaster’s permanent collection have just been published as a complement to our summer exhibition, Oil Cloth Lunch, and other reasons to … Continued
John Abrams, Canadian History Trilogy 2000, triptych; oil on canvas. Gift of the artist, 2006
March 16, 2010 | Published By MMA
  The new exhibition Further Than Confederation is on view in the McMaster Museum of Art’s 4th floor Tomlinson Gallery, now through August 14, 2010. John Abrams’ Canadian History Trilogy is the catalyst for this exhibition examining images of the … Continued
Tony Scherman, Oil Cloth Lunch
March 10, 2010 | Published By MMA
Here are some installation shots to whet your appetite for the newest exhibition at the McMaster Museum of Art, Oil cloth lunch and other reasons to be cheerful. The exhibition, examining how artists learn from the past and yet distance … Continued