August 11 -25, BAU-XI GALLERY VANCOUVER presents Steven Nederveen: Light Play
Posted on 2 August 2018
The horizon is at once both the line where the earth’s surface and the sky appear to meet and the limit of a person’s mental perception or experience. Engaging with this semantic duality, Steven Nederveen’s panel surfaces, too, present a horizon: the boundary at which the artist and audience make contact. This interest in the horizon is the focus of Nederveen’s exhibition Light Play, on view this August at Bau-Xi Vancouver.
As part of his ongoing exploration of the natural environment and the landscape tradition, Nederveen’s evolving practice incorporates photographic technique, painterly brushstrokes and gestural mark-making. The artist’s multi-layered process explores these sites of exchange with in-depth studies of water surface, panoramic vistas of sky, and immersive atmospheric scenes of the liminal space between.
August 11, Saturday
For more information about this group exhibition visit:
3045 Granville Street
Vancouver, BC V6H 3J9
604 733 7011
Like Water and Fire
48 x 48 in. Mixed media – unframed.
42 x 42 in.
Mixed media on panel with resin, unframed.
56 x 36 in. Mixed media on panel, unframed.
Chateau Royale D’Amboise
42 x 42 in. Mixed media on panel with resin, unframed.
Valley Of Gold (Header Image)
12 x 72 in. Mixed media on panel, unframed.
Images and text credit: Bau-Xi Gallery.