Patrick Amiot: Toronto September 24- October 12

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Patrick Amiot

September 24 - October 12, 2011 At Loch Gallery in Toronto


Patrick Amiot
Recycled Materials
38" x 25" x 96"
Price Available Upon Request

Patrick Amiot
Recycled Materials
46" x 36" 26"


Patrick Amiot
Cow & Tractor
Recycled Materials
46" x 36" x 26"
Price Available Upon Request

Patrick Amiot
Recycled Materials
48" x 36" x 84"
Price Available Upon Request

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About the Exhibition

Loch Gallery is proud to present new works by Patrick Amiot.

Please note that all works are subject to presale as the sculptures have now arrived in the gallery and are ready for viewing.  If you have an interest in any of the works listed in the exhibition, please let us know at your earliest convenience.

With kindest regards,

Alan Loch

About Patrick Amiot

Patrick Amiot is a Canadian sculptor who has exhibited annually since the mid 80's in Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver. Originally from Montreal and now living and working in 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  early ceramic and mixed media work ranged 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  continue to be subjects for Amiot.  More recently, Amiot has made large-scale sculpture from found objects.  Mastering the art of welding recycled material, Amiot continues to develop his creative vision.

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 as well as more recent private commissions in 2010-11. 

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