Informed by the influence of weather, Yates' cyclical body of work maps a quest for preservation while contemplating the consequence of change
After a four month residency in the Shetland Islands I am back in Canada and offering the following workshops.
Jan Yates makes paintings, transitory land works, installations, interventions and community projects that consider shifts in a changing climate. With sensitivity as to how weather shapes environment, communities and culture, the artist focuses on remote, wild locations and is concerned with the impact a changing climate has on isolated communities-and with how communities impact climate and the ecosystem.
Yates has been the recipient of numerous grants and awards with recognition from the Ontario Arts Council. An elected member of the Society of Canadian Artists, her work is collected throughout North America, the United Kingdom and Australia. OAC international residency grants have also supported Yates' work in Ireland and the Shetland Islands.
Arts For Patronage
Collect original art in exchange for letting the artist spend time in your vacation home when you can't be there. Coastal areas of Canada or the UK.
Please contact the artist for details. firstname.lastname@example.org
North Haven, Fair Isle
I gratefully acknowledge the support of the Ontario Arts Council in awarding me exhibition and travel grants.
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