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b 1974.Toronto, ON Canada
Gordon Wiebe is an illustrator and collage artist based in Toronto, Canada. His style is defined by expressionistic landscapes and figures constructed from collage. His distinctive characters have elongated limbs and bulky patchwork torsos, combining geometric forms with naturalistic curves. Gordon's work is both conceptually driven and capable of evoking emotions as diverse as whimsy, joy, melancholy, and drama.
Citing Philip Guston, Donald Judd, and Pierre Bonnard as some of his favorite artists, Gordon admires the cerebral and technically demanding qualities of fine art, but at the same time, sees himself as an artist working in the commercial sphere. He has said that his work "only becomes 'real' when it is printed and in context." Piecing together the components of text, design, and illustration provides Gordon with a challenge that is much like an extension of his collage process - this interaction between forms and voids frames the basis of his personal art and his collaboration with clients.
G. W. likes,
Currently - The Juan Maclean: Less Than Human, Battles: EP's, Nobukazu Takemura: 10th . . .
Sweet, salty, sour, bitter umami, seasoned to taste.
See above, make wetter.
One Hundred Years of Solitude
Any colour in combination with any other colour in the right proportion (except for phthalo blue, never use phthalo blue).
Currently: Philip Guston, Luc Tuymans, Cy Twombly, Donald Judd, Fairfield Porter, Pierre Bonnard
AWESOME WORK GORDON !