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BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LOIS FISCH   SCHOLARSHIP AND DEGREE: 2001 - Julius Griffith Memorial Award, Canadian Society of Painters in Watercolor. 1997 - 2001 Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree, Alberta College of Art and Design, Calgary, Alberta. SOLO EXHIBITIONS: 2005 - Moose Jaw Cultural Centre Gallery, October 9th to November 19th. 2000 - The Dawning, Marion Nicoll Gallery, Alberta College of Art and Design, Calgary, AB. GROUP EXHIBITIONS: 2006 - Harlekin Galleries, Calgary, Calgary, AB. 2004 - Gilded Gallery, Didsbury, AB. Work on display. 2003 - Alberta College of Art Juried Art Show, “Celebrating Watercolor” Jan 6 –17. 2002 - Federation of Canadian Artists’ Art Exhibitions - (Ongoing). 2002 - Illingworth Kerr Art Gallery, Alberta College of Art and Design, 75th Anniversary slide show. 2001 - Illingworth Kerr Art Gallery, ACAD Graduation Show, ACAD. 2001 - ACAD Mall Gallery, Alberta College of Art & Design, Selected Artists’ Awards Show, ACAD. 1996 - You and I Gallery, Shell Building, Calgary, AB. 1995 - Federation of Canadian Artists, Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, Bankers’ Hall, Calgary, AB. 1994 - Alberta Artists Association, Louis Riley Library, Calgary, AB. 1994 - Rocky View Hospital Art Show, Calgary, AB. 1993 - Maude Montgomery Production, Max Bell Theatre, Calgary, AB. 1993 - Devonian Gardens, Calgary, AB. 1992 - Devonian Gardens, Calgary, AB. PUBLISHED WORKS: Poetry, Art Work and Short Stories 1992 - 1998 Free Fall, Magazine, The Alexandra Writers’ Centre Society, Calgary, AB. 1990 - 1994 Touch of Class, Literary Anthology, Division of Continuing Education, Viscount Bennett Centre, Calgary, AB. 1994 - Memories and Musings, Kerby Centre, Calgary, AB. PROFILES: 2005 - Times Herald News Paper, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. 2004 - Galleries West, Gilded Gallery profile, page 41, “Stamen’s Struggle for Survival”. 2004 - Newsletter, February, Ed., Federation of Canadian Artists, Calgary, AB. 2004 - Newsletter, March Ed. FCA., Calgary, AB., Third prize for “Frolicking trumpets” watercolor. 2002 - ACAD Alumni Newsletter, 75th Anniversary, Fall #5 issue, Page 8, Frolicking Trumpets. 2002 - Newsletter, October Ed. Federation of Canadian Artists, Calgary, AB. 2002 - Newsletter, The Canadian Society of Painters in Watercolor, Toronto, Ontario. 2001 - ACAD Graduating Catalogue, page 23. 2001 - Times Herald News Paper, Moose Jaw, Sask. 1997 - Newsletter, Alexandra Writers’ Centre. 1992 - Times Herald News Paper, Moose Jaw, Sask. ART RELATED ACTIVITIES: Memberships 2001 - Canadian Society of Painters in Watercolor, Toronto, Ont. 2001 - ACAD Alumni, Calgary, AB. 1995 - Federation of Canadian Artists, Calgary, AB. & Vancouver Branch, BC. 1994 - Alberta Artists’ Association, Life-time member, Calgary, AB. 1990 - 1998Alexandra Writers’ Centre Society, Calgary, AB.
ARTIST STATEMENT   GOAL Viewer, welcome to my world of art. The core of my work centers on the exploration and research of the inner chambers that hold a form together. The challenge in my work comes from the intense study of a form by wrapping my mind around it and painting it the way I see it, in my mind’s eye. The shapes, shadows and spaces that mysteriously lurk in the inner core of a unique form stimulate me. I am also excited by the outer aesthetics of the organic form, the face that meets the viewer. Mystery lurks in the spaces that are in-between the shapes much like a journey through a vein that one may travel in order to reach a goal. PROCESS I begin by zeroing in on a minute area of a form, magnifying it and taking it out of context. Intuitively I let that area grow from its core to its periphery, partially abstracting that location in my mind’s eye. At that point, I am free to explore the interior of a form by weaving my way through the pattern that mysteriously evolves through repetition of mark. Each layer of paint is like layers of cells that coax life into each repeated shape. This process enhances a sense of balance and direction that produces a tantalizing visual effect that ultimately captures and holds the viewer in its rhythmic movements. SELF DISCOVERY On reflection, I can remember my parents encouraging me to always look for the illusive threads that hold a form together. With this in mind, I have discovered that my work is an exploration, a search of self-discovery, and the vehicle is the organic form. A flower is fragile, something to be cherished, revered like life itself. It is important to me to feel that I am part of, and inside of what I paint.
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