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baby hands & other small sculptures is a book featuring small sculptures by Canadian artist Elizabeth Fearon, accompanied by brief texts and commentary by poet, painter and art critic Gary Michael Dault.
|Product dimensions:||4.25(w) x 7.00(h) x 0.12(d)|
About the Author
Elizabeth Fearon was born in Toronto, Canada, in 1970. Her formal education has included a BFA from York University (1995) and a Post Graduate Diploma in Post Production from Humber College (2002), as well as a Certificate in Welding from Loyalist College (2019). Fearon's work has been realized through many forms of media over the years, most recently through video, installation, and sculpture. Her work has been shown in many galleries and festivals, including A Space (Toronto, Canada), The Seoul Museum of Art (Seoul, South Korea), MOT Gallery (London, England), Video Pool (Winnipeg, Canada), The Natural Light Window (Toronto, Canada), and 25hrs (Barcelona, Spain). Fearon has also spoken publicly about her work in a variety of venues, including The Alberta College of Art and Design, BUS Gallery, and Vtape. Gary Michael Dault is a poet and painter. For a long time he was also an art critic, having contributed frequently to most of the art and culture magazines in Canada. His column, "Gallery-Going," appeared each weekend in The Globe & Mail for over fourteen years. Dault has exhibited his own visual art widely, and has published eight volumes of poetry. He has also written for television (Inside the Vatican with Sir Peter Ustinov) and for the concert hall (Alice in the Orchestra, Hauntings for Orchestra, and in 2019, The Sound - with music by Eric Robertson - commissioned as a celebration of the 40th anniversaries of both the Elmer Iseler Singers and The Festival of the Sound at Parry Sound, Ontario). Dault lives in the town of Napanee in Eastern Ontario with his wife, writer-photographer Malgorzata Wolak Dault, and their seven cats.