Category Archives: Art

Chari Lesniak abstract paintings

Chari Lesniak_2

Chari Lesniak, Untitled 2.  36×56 in., oil on canvas. $3000.

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Chari Lesniak, Untitled 1. 82×52.5 in., oil on canvas. $5900.


Just arrived! Chari Lesniak painting

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Just arrived — Gorgeous new painting!
Chari Lesniak, “Untitled No. 1”,
82″x52.5″, oil on canvas.
INQUIRE – more photos soon
Also shown: Pair of Anglepoise lamps;
Florence Knoll desk/dressers, set of 4 teak and black
Naugahyde dining chairs.

Expo ’67: 50 Year Anniversary

Geodesic Dome designed by Buckminster Fuller

April 2017 marks the 50th Anniversary of  EXPO 67.

Expo 67 was open from April to October, 1967 in Montreal, Canada.

Expo 67, the “Universal and International Exhibition,” was the highlight of Canada’s Centennial celebrations in 1967. It featured 90 pavilions representing Man and His World, on a theme derived from Terre des Hommes, written by the famous French pilot Antoine de Saint-Exupéry.

The exposition displayed many nations, corporations, industries, technologies, social themes, religions and designs, including the U.S. pavilion, a geodesic dome designed by Buckminster Fuller. Expo 67 also featured Habitat 67, an urban modular housing complex designed by architect Moshe Safdie, whose units were purchased by private Montrealers after the fair was concluded, and is still occupied today.

The site consisted of two islands and a peninsula in the middle of the St. Lawrence River. The admission ticket was referred to as a passport and entitled the holders to free entry to all pavilions as well as unlimited use of the mass transit system – Expo-Express. The passport could be filled with “visa stamps” at the National Pavilions. Further reading..

A collection of 24 x 24 in. photographs documenting Expo ’67 are available at $140. each. 
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CBC Radio Canada Watch

Further reading on Expo ’67

Outstanding cover design by Laszlo Buday
The Canadian Architect, October 1967 issue.


Foxy (The Second) by Nathan Eugene Carson: SOLD

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Foxy (The Second) by Nathan Eugene Carson.
Mixed media on paper, 2017.
24 1/4w x 30 1/4l in. (framed)

Kurt Swinghammer, Red Canoe No. 32: SOLD


We’re so pleased to announce the arrival of Kurt Swinghammer’s
Red Canoe No. 32. Outstanding colour palette.
48×48 in., acrylic on canvas, 2017. SOLD

Byron Hodgins, Neighbour’s House: SOLD


Neighbour’s House, Byron Hodgins. Oil on canvas,
43×54 in. 2013. SOLD

Victor Vasarely Serigraph


Victor Vasarely, Dia Or V111. 1980.
Signed Serigraph, 25/250. 
20″x22″. (framed)

Wiki entry
Victor Vasarely (French: [viktɔʁ vazaʁəli]; Hungarian:
[ˈviktor ˈvɒzɒrɛlːi]; born Vásárhelyi Győző [ˈvaːʃaːrhɛji ˈɟøːzøː];
( 1906-04-09)9 April 1906 – 15 March 1997( 1997-03-15)),
was a Hungarian–French artist, who is widely accepted as a
“grandfather” and leader of the short-lived op art movement.
His work entitled Zebra, created in the 1930s, is considered
by some to be one of the earliest examples of op art.

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