Patrick Amiot

Patrick Amiot is a Canadian sculptor who has exhibited yearly since the mid 1980's in Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver. Originally from Montreal and now living and working in Sebastopol, California, the artist continues his Canadian connection through the Loch Gallery. Amiot holds a unique place in Canada. His sculpture links the Quebec 19th and early 20th century genre tradition to a contemporary pop/folk statement. Described as an urban folk sculptor, Amiot's ceramic and mixed-media work ranges in subject matter reflecting his acute observation and sense of humour in our daily life. A passion for hockey, musicians, quirky cars and trucks, fishermen and farmers, street scenes and interiors - all are subjects for Amiot. There is an immediacy and yet a formidable attention to detail as if working in clay were as spontaneous as drawing. His partner, Brigitte Laurent, completes the sculptures after firing with very fine brushwork and a sophisticated sense of colour. It is no wonder that Patrick Amiot has completed many commissions over the past twenty years – from the British Columbia Pavilion, Expo 86, Vancouver, the Winnipeg Jets 1993 and Standard Broadcasting, Toronto in 1995 to the Sonoma County Museum, Sonoma, CA in 2004.

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Available artwork: 
Fishing Adventure by Patrick Amiot
Fishing Adventure
Hand painted ceramic, 15 x 20 x 11
Loch Gallery, Toronto
Pyramid by Patrick Amiot
Pyramid
Recycled Materials, 132 x 43 x 38
Loch Gallery, Toronto
Portrait of Batman by Patrick Amiot
Portrait of Batman
Junk metal and latex on canvas
Recycled Materials on Canvas, 31 x 23 x 6
Loch Gallery, Toronto
Skate Rat by Patrick Amiot
Skate Rat
Junk metal
Recycled Materials, 27 x 16 x 7
Loch Gallery, Toronto
Batman by Patrick Amiot
Batman
Junk metal and latex
Figurative Work, 86 x 42 x 30
Loch Gallery, Toronto
Record Cat by Patrick Amiot
Record Cat
Junk metal and latex
Recycled Materials, 82 x 36 x 24
Loch Gallery, Toronto
Depanneur Leduc by Patrick Amiot
Depanneur Leduc
Fiberglass and clay wall relief
Mixed Media, 39 x 35 x 16
Loch Gallery, Toronto
Bower by Patrick Amiot
Bower
Mixed Media, 72 x 32 x 26
Loch Gallery, Toronto
Mountie and Dog by Patrick Amiot
Mountie and Dog
Mixed Media, 144
Loch Gallery, Toronto
Gerry Chevers by Patrick Amiot
Gerry Chevers
Mixed Media, 20 x 12 x 7
Loch Gallery, Toronto
Chicago Blackhawks Jersey by Patrick Amiot
Chicago Blackhawks Jersey
Mixed Media, 32 x 25 x 3
Loch Gallery, Toronto
Blue Jays Player (Martin #55) by Patrick Amiot
Blue Jays Player (Martin #55)
Recycled Materials, 78 x 50 x 55
Loch Gallery, Toronto
Spadina Streetcar by Patrick Amiot
Spadina Streetcar
Recycled Materials, 41 x 22 x 8
Loch Gallery, Toronto
Johnny Bower by Patrick Amiot
Johnny Bower
Recycled Materials, 84 x 65 x 51
Offsite
Bird by Patrick Amiot
Bird
Recycled Materials, 73 x 29 x 32
Loch Gallery, Toronto
Campbell Truck by Patrick Amiot
Campbell Truck
Recycled Materials, 31 x 58 x 22
Loch Gallery, Winnipeg
Fireman by Patrick Amiot
Fireman
Recycled Materials, 46 x 36 x 26
Loch Gallery, Winnipeg
Skate Rat by Patrick Amiot
Skate Rat
Not yet specified, 18 x 18 x 8
Loch Gallery, Calgary
Jacques Plante, ED. 10 by Patrick Amiot
Jacques Plante, ED. 10
Mixed Media
Not yet specified, 16 x 12 x 11
Loch Gallery, Toronto
Massarelli Bros by Patrick Amiot
Massarelli Bros
Mixed Media
Mixed Media, 15 x 30 x 10
Loch Gallery, Toronto
Hunting Trip by Patrick Amiot
Hunting Trip
Mixed Media
Not yet specified, 24 x 24 x 12
Loch Gallery, Winnipeg
Patrick Amiot
Artist origin: 
Canadian
Artist type: 
Established living contemporary
Born: 
1959

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