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Janice Kovar - Visual Artist 

I am interested in showing surfaces, passages of time, edges, traces of lines, and mark making.  I use a a variety of materials including acrylic, plaster, casted and found objects, wood, organic materials, and assemble these elements into both sculptures and paintings.  I have been creating and teaching art for over 30 years at the secondary level and have exhibited my work in many solo and group exhibitions both regionally and internationally.   I like to play with the ideas of manufacturing, fragmentation,  and transformation in my art, and use abstraction as my main design element.   

Currently, my work can be found at the Carnegie Gallery in Dundas, and the Cotton Factory by appointment  in Hamilton, in my studio. 

Please feel to connect with me if you have any questions about my process, paintings, sculptures, or just to say hi! 

 

  

Thank you so much for the stopping by my booth during TOAF 62 at Nathan Phillips Square in July!   I truly enjoyed meeting new artists, new buyers and collectors, art appreciators, and family and friends that came out for the day!  

My work is still for sale on the TOAF.ca website and can be purchased directly from that site, or you can connect with me for certain works! 

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Gallery Highlights and Work In Situ
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