Five large-scale paintings influenced by the idea of eternal recurrence by Vancouver-based artist Jay Senetchko. Building from the belief that events are part of a recurring cycle (as opposed to a linear time-line with a definitive end point), the pieces collapse past, present and future into vignettes that oscillate between profession and regression, decadence and destruction. See more images from “The Course of a Distant Empire” below or on display at Winsor Gallery until January 20.
Edmonton-born, Vancouver-based artist Jay Senetchko re-imagines the relationship of his late grandparents, specifically the domestic life of Senetchko’s grandmother who spent a great deal of time alone while his grandfather was away working in the Alberta oil patch. See more images from Industry and the Sleepwatcher below.